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Elastic Artery (aorta) (H&E stain)
Tunica intima (aorta) media Endothelium
Tunica media Elastic artery
Vasa vasorum media adventitia
Masson’s trichrome stain (aorta) media
Black=elastic lamina, Red=smooth muscle Green=collagen
Tunica adventitia Vasa vasorum Elastic artery
Elastic artery (van Gieson stain) TUNICA MEDIA
Elastic lamina=black Connective tissue=pink Tunica Media
Vein Artery Medium sized (Vein and Artery)
vein artery Medium sized
Muscular artery (medium sized )
Muscular artery Media Intima Adventitia
Muscular artery media adventitia Internal elastic lamina
media adventitia IEL
LAMINA MEDIA External elastic laminae IEL Muscular artery
VEIN Medium sized
MEDIA ADVENTITIA Medium sized vein
ARTERIOL VENULE Large sized (arteriole & venule)
Superficial Vein (Saphenous) (Masson’s trichrome stain)
media Superficial Vein (Saphenous)
adventitia Superficial Vein (Saphenous)
Intercalated disk (special stain)
Purkinje Fibers (PAS stain) Ordinary cardiac muscle
Purkinje Fibers Endocardium
Purkinje Fibers (PAS stain)
Purkinje Fibers (PAS stain)
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