Neuropathies associated with cryoglobulinemia
Feb. 07, 2023
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The cortex in Walker-Warburg syndrome typically features complete loss of laminar structure, with neurons appearing in clusters and vertical streaks, often grouped around penetrating leptomeningeal vessels. (Hematoxylin-eosin; original magnification x4) (Contributed by Dr. Peter Barth.)