Flashcards in intro to neuropath Deck (12):
good stain for motor neurons
good stain for myelin
luxol fast blue
good stain for astrocytes
what do red neurons indicate
what will you see in a silver stain of an unhealthy motor neuron?
what is chromatolysis and what does it indicate
- axonal damage
when do you see neurofibrillary tangles?
where do you see rabies cytoplasmic inclusions?
purkinje cells of cerebellum
what is a hallmark of ALS on stains?
differences between brain capillary and other capillaries
in brain capillary
- fewer fenestrations and clefts
- more mitochondria
- fewer pinocytotic vesicles
two types of edema in CNS
vasogenic - blood vessel leakage
cytotoxic - damage to cells