A branching model for the spread of infectious animal by Trapman P.

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The morphologic characteristics of the reaction cannot be used to identify specific diseases. In this sense the reaction may be considered nonspecific. Nevertheless, it is an indication that there has been some type of injury to the central nervous system. Artifactual changes in the morphology and staining characteristics of neurons, axons, and myelin sheaths frequently are present in human surgical and postmortem neuropathologic specimens. Recognition of reactive changes involving astrocytes provides the neuropathologist with evidence for deciding if the alterations affecting neurons, axons, or myelin are indicative of a disease process.

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