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Endoneurial infiltration in chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy (photomicrograph)

Infiltrating T lymphocytes (left panel) or macrophages (right panel) surround an endoneurial vessel in chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy. Sural nerve section stained with anti-CD3 (T lymphocytes) or anti-CD68 (macrophages) monoclonal antibody followed by immunoperoxidase detection (x160 before magnification). (Courtesy of Dr. K. V. Toyka, University of Wurzburg, Germany.)

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