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Piloid cells in pilocytic zone (photomicrograph)

Microscopic section of a cellular pilocytic zone, demonstrating typical piloid cells with interdigitating processes. Classic Rosenthal fibers are visible in the center of the field as elongated, rod-shaped, eosinophilic bodies. (Hematoxylin-eosin; x400) (Contributed by Dr. Herbert Newton.)