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Under a magnification of 300X, this photomicrograph of a section of pancreatic tissue, harvested from an infant, revealed the presence of cytomegalic inclusion cells contained within the gland’s acini. 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
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CDC Organization
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