volume 379, issue 4, P335-349 1978
DOI: 10.1007/bf00464476
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Abstract: The ultrastructure of eleven thymomas with lymphocytic predominance, one "epitheloid" cell thymoma and two normal human thymuses is described with special reference to "Emperipolesis". All patients have had myasthenia gravis. The normal human thymus consists of three parts: outer cortex, inner cortex, and medulla. The outer cortex contains mainly lymphoblasts and Metcalf's macrophages within the so-called "Clark-packet's". The inner cortex consists mainly lymphocytes and interdigitating reticulum cells, and th…

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