ID#: 22219
Under a magnification of 300X, this photomicrograph of a section of pancreatic tissue, harvested from an infant, focused on an islet of Langerhans, which revealed the presence of cytomegalic inclusion cells within the islet. These cells are also referred to as owl-eye inclusion cells, and were due to a case of cytomegalic inclusion disease, caused by the cytomegalovirus.
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Content Provider(s): CDC/ Roger A. Feldman, MD
Creation Date: 1964
Photo Credit:
CDC Organization
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