Reticulin fibres | definition of reticulin fibres by Medical dictionary
reticulin fibres fibres found intercellularly in many vertebrate tissues which they bind together. They consist largely of COLLAGEN.
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* Silver impregnation for reticulin fibres
was done for Granulosa and theca cell tumours.
The nuclei were reduced in size, with more vacuolar spaces in the cytoplasm and areas of necrosis, as well as neutrophilic infiltrates and numerous reticulin fibres
Special stains like periodic-Schiff reaction and reticulin stain were done to assess intracytoplasmic hyaline and distribution of reticulin fibres
in the tumour tissue.