Gastric xanthelasma

Gastric xanthelasma

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Caption: Light micrograph of human stomach lining showing gastric xanthelasma. Gastric xanthelasma describes yellowish regions of foamy, lipid-filled cells in the stomach mucosa. Here these cells appear as pale pink with small regular nuclei, in the lamina propria, the region of connective tissue below the darker epithelial layer. These cells contain cholesterol and other fats. Cells stained with HES. Magnification: x285 when printed at 10cm wide.

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