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Goblet cells - Stock Image - P520/0107
Goblet and secretory cells. Coloured transmission electron micrograph (TEM) of a section through a goblet cell (pink & blue) and secretory cells of the duodenum, part of the small intestine.
This one is a killer (30 to 70% mortality). Streptococcal Necrotizing Fasciitis or NF. It is initially devoid of surface abnormalities but has pain and fever. The area becomes tender and swollen. Later the color changes to a dark red as thrombosis occurs (blood clot formation). Once the clot forms the area becomes ischemic (devoid of oxygen and nutrients from normal blood flow) and the skin dies and turns black.
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