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Structure of liver lobule
Light micrograph of a liver showing hepatic lobules and portal areas
Liver - Cut Away View to show internal structures including: liver lobules, kupffers cells, fenestrations, lymphatic vessel, hepatic artery
Light micrograph of a liver showing hepatic lobules and portal areas with hepatic duct, branches of portal vein and hepatic artery
Pig liver. Silver technique for reticular fibres. In this species, the hepatic lobules are surrounded by interlobular connective tissue spaces, which make visible the polygonal shape of lobules
Human liver anatomy. Medical science vector illustration. Internal organ: gallbladder, aorta and portal vein, hepatic duct, hepatocytes and canaliculi, artery, bile duct.
Structure of liver lobule
Human liver lobes anatomy. Medical science vector illustration. Internal organ: hepatocytes and canaliculi, hepatic artery, bile duct. Education illustration
Medical illustration of healthy liver cells attacked by toxins
Amyloid liver, vintage engraved illustration.
Liver internal structure. Lobules of liver, or hepatic lobules.
Light microscope micrograph of the liver parenchyma of a pig. In this species, the hepatic lobules are surrounded by connective partitions that highlight their polygonal shape.
liver disease. Medical Infographic set elements and symbols for design.
Fatty liver, liver steatosis, 3D illustration and photomicrograph showing large vacuoles of triglyceride fat accumulated inside liver cells, it occurs in alcohol overuse, under action of toxins
Cirrhosis of the liver and Normal liver. Structure of the liver. vector diagram
This illustration represents Hepatic Lobules of the Liver, vintage line drawing or engraving illustration.
Liver lobule showing reticular fiber meshwork associated to sinusoids. Around the central vein and the portal triads there are collagen fibers. Silver method for demonstration of reticular fibres.
The structure of the liver and the arrangement of liver lobules around the sublobular branches of the hepatic vein in the upper image. Section of portal canal, showing its contained branches
Fatty liver, liver steatosis. Photomicrograph showing large vacuoles of triglyceride fat accumulated inside liver cells, it occurs in alcohol overuse, under action of toxins, in diabetes
liver fibrosis. Cirrhosis. Human liver diseases
Alcoholic liver disease. Fatty liver, Fibrosis, Hepatitis, Cirrhosis of the liver. Vector illustration. Any kind of alcohol can cause liver damage.
Fatty liver disease
Fatty liver, liver steatosis. Photomicrograph showing large vacuoles of triglyceride fat accumulated inside liver cells, it occurs in alcohol overuse, under action of toxins, in diabetes
Alcoholic liver disease. Fatty liver, Fibrosis, Hepatitis, Cirrhosis of the liver. illustration. Any kind of alcohol can cause liver damage.
Reticular cell is a type of fibroblast. They are found in many tissues including the spleen, lymph nodes and lymph nodules. Pathology of human.
cirrhosis of the liver stages
Fatty liver disease
Liver Cirrhosis disease
High magnification micrograph showing sinusoids of a liver lobule some of which are flowing into the central vein. Silver method for demonstration of reticular fibres.
Liver lobule showing reticular fiber meshwork associated to sinusoids. Around the central vein and the portal triads there are collagen fibers. Silver method for demonstration of reticular fibres.
Microscopic anatomy of the liver - hepatic lobules. The medical structure of the liver.
Liver Cirrhosis
liver with anatomical features stricken with cirrhosis (fibrous tissue, false lobules). Around it - the causes of cirrhosis (viral hepatitis, alcohol).
Cirrhosis of the liver and Normal liver. Structure of the liver. diagram
Light micrograph of a liver lobule with steatosis. Hepatocytes loaded with lipid droplets are located on the periphery of the hepatic lobule (more frequent in the pediatric NAFLD). H&E stained.

Large portal area of a human liver surrounded by hepatocyte cords and sinusoids. This tract results from the confluence of three portal areas, thus showing three arterioles and three bile ducts
Light micrograph of a liver stained with a silver technique for reticular fibres showing the lobule central vein surrounded by liver sinusoids and hepatocyte chords arranged radially around the vein.
Human liver lobes anatomy. Medical science illustration. Internal human organ: hepatocytes and canaliculi, hepatic artery, bile duct.
Medical vector illustration of normal liver cell structure
0.5 micrometre thick section showing hepatocyte plates separated by sinusoids. Hepatocyte cytoplasm shows dark brown deposits (glycogen). Bile capillaries appear as small intercellular spaces
The Best’s carmine technique is used in histology to selectively stain glycogen. This light microscope micrograph shows the liver glycogen stained with Best’s carmine.
Fatty liver, liver steatosis. Photomicrograph showing large vacuoles of triglyceride fat accumulated inside liver cells, it occurs in alcohol overuse, under action of toxins, in diabetes
Hepatic lobule showing dilated sinusoids full of red blood cells (congestion). Many hepatocytes are binucleated or show larger nuclei (polyploid).
Light micrograph showing a case of fatty liver disease with periportal hepatic steatosis where hepatocytes show large fat vacuoles. H&E stained.
Fatty liver, liver steatosis, 3D illustration and photomicrograph showing large vacuoles of triglyceride fat accumulated inside liver cells, it occurs in alcohol overuse, under action of toxins
Hepatocytes showing dark brown deposits (glycogen), some lipid droplets and bile capillaries as small round intercellular dilatations. Silver stained 0.5 micrometre thick plastic section..
Congenital hepatic fibrosis of the liver showing bands of blue fibrous (scar) tissue connecting multiple liver lobules with marked fibrosis and dilation of bile ducts.
Liver affected by fatty liver disease. The pale color and the yellowish network pattern suggest the presence of an important fatty degeneration of the hepatic parenchyma.
The hand that holds the scarred liver after surgery. Treatment of the liver after cerosis. Liver treatment prevention medical concept. Scar on liver.
Light micrograph of a liver with macrovesicular steatosis, portal fibrosis and chronic inflammatory infiltratres near to the right border of the picture. Stained with haematoxylin and eosin.
Nuclear vacuolation/glycogenation is a characteristic histological feature of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). Vacuolated nuclei is observed usually in periportal hepatocytes. H&E stained.
Large portal area of a human liver with several portal vessels, one bile duct and collagen fibers that appear with a reddish-brown colour in the image. Silver method for demonstration of reticular fib
Liver affected by fatty liver disease.The pale color and the yellowish network pattern suggest the presence of an important fatty degeneration of the hepatic parenchyma.
Causes of cirrhosis. Infographics. illustration on isolated background.
Light micrograph of a liver with macrovesicular steatosis. Many hepatocytes show a big single fat droplet that pushes the nucleus and cytoplasm to the periphery of the cell. Stained with H&E.
Fatty liver, liver steatosis. Photomicrograph showing large vacuoles of triglyceride fat accumulated inside liver cells, it occurs in alcohol overuse, under action of toxins, in diabetes
Light micrograph of a pig liver stained with a silver technique for reticular fibres. The micrograph shows four lobules perfectly delimited in this species by interlobular connective tissue septa.

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Hepatocytes showing dark brown deposits (glycogen), some lipid droplets and bile capillaries as small round intercellular dilatations. Silver stained 0.5 micrometre thick plastic section.
Light micrograph of a liver lobule with steatosis. The periportal location of fat clearly delimits the lobule contour. The central vein also is very conspicuous.  Stained with haematoxylin and eosin.
Fatty liver disease with periportal hepatic steatosis (zone 1), where hepatocytes show large fat vacuoles. The zone 1 steatosis appear in several pathologies.  H&E stain.
Stethoscope with LIVER DISEASE words on notebook as medical concept.
Fatty liver, liver steatosis. Photomicrograph showing large vacuoles of triglyceride fat accumulated inside liver cells, it occurs in alcohol overuse, under action of toxins, in diabetes
Parenchyma of a liver affected by diffuse and very intense fatty degeneration (steatosis). Hepatocytes are loaded with a large single droplet of fat. H&E stained.
Light microscope micrograph of the liver parenchyma of a pig. The round spaces are central veins. The dark lines around central veins are portal triads and interlobular septa, very conspicuous in pigs
Medical illustration of healthy liver cells attacked by toxins
Computed tomography (CT) of abdomen axial view : Large lobulated enhancing mass of pancreas and masses scattered in both hepatic lobes.
Reticular cell is a type of fibroblast. They are found in many tissues including the spleen, lymph nodes and lymph nodules. Pathology of human.
Reticular cell is a type of fibroblast. They are found in many tissues including the spleen, lymph nodes and lymph nodules. Pathology of human.
Light micrograph of a liver lobule with steatosis. The periportal location of fat clearly delimits the lobule contour. The central vein also is very conspicuous. Stained with haematoxylin and eosin.
Parenchyma of a liver affected by an intense fatty degeneration (steatosis). Hepatocytes are loaded with fat, which form a large single droplet that occupies most of the cell volume. H&E stained.
Fatty liver, liver steatosis, 3D illustration and photomicrograph showing large vacuoles of triglyceride fat accumulated inside liver cells, it occurs in alcohol overuse, under action of toxins
Light micrograph showing a case of fatty liver disease with periportal hepatic steatosis where hepatocytes show large fat vacuoles. H&E stained.
Nuclear vacuolation/glycogenation is a characteristic histological feature of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). Stained with haematoxylin and eosin.
Lobule of rabbits liver vessels and bile ducts injected vintage line drawing or engraving illustration.
the medical structure of the liver
Hepatic cells and bile capillaries, vintage line drawing or engraving illustration.
Oil-red O staining (red color) shows the lipid deposits in liver samples. . The hepatocytes contain lipid droplets of different sizes (steatosis). Stained with Oil Red O.
Fatty infiltration of the liver, vintage engraved illustration.
the medical structure of the liver
Fatty liver, liver steatosis. Photomicrograph showing large vacuoles of triglyceride fat accumulated inside liver cells, it occurs in alcohol overuse, under action of toxins, in diabetes
Light micrograph showing a case of fatty liver disease with zone 3 steatosis, near the central vein. In the portal tract (upper border), an inflammatory infiltrate can be seen. H&E stained.
Parenchyma of a liver affected by an intense fatty degeneration (steatosis). Hepatocytes are loaded with fat, which form a large single droplet  that occupies most of the cell volume.  H&E stained.
Causes of cirrhosis. Infographics. Vector illustration on isolated background.
pencil sketch of human liver and liver lobules with Latin captions. background of old yellowed paper
Light micrograph showing a case of fatty liver disease with periportal hepatic steatosis where hepatocytes show large fat vacuoles. H&E stained.
Cirrhosis of the liver. Vector illustration on isolated background
Nuclear vacuolation/glycogenation is characteristic of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD). Vacuolated nuclei observed usually in periportal hepatocytes. Stained with H&E.
Hands with human liver vector symbol.
Fatty liver, liver steatosis. Photomicrograph showing large vacuoles of triglyceride fat accumulated inside liver cells, it occurs in alcohol overuse, under action of toxins, in diabetes
Human liver, photomicrograph showing cords made from hepatocytes and clear space between them called hepatic sinusoids filled with red blood cells
3d render of a human organs focused on liver. 3d illustration.
liver fibrosis. Cirrhosis. Human liver diseases
Liver Cirrhosis disease
Liver Cirrhosis disease
liver disease human anatomy
Parenchyma of a liver affected by diffuse fatty degeneration (steatosis). Hepatocytes are loaded with a large single droplet of fat. In the center of the image is a portal tract. H&E stained.
Human liver anatomy with gallbladder flat vector icons for apps and websites
Human liver anatomy line art icon for apps and websites
Human liver anatomy with gallbladder flat colours icon for apps and websites
the medical name for liver drawn on the blackboard with chalk
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