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Which changes would you observe in chromatolysis
Cell swollen, Nissl bodies migrate to periphery, nucleus is eccentric, pale cytoplasm
What happens to neurons in Cruetzfeld Jacob disease
Shrivel and become hyperchromatic
Which cells of the brain are permanent macrophages
Microglia
Cytomegalovirus induces inclusions with _
Prominent round " halos"
Rabies virus induces inclusions that are called _ and resemble _
Negri bodies

RBC's
Parkinson disease inclusions are called_
Lewy bodies
Herpetic infections inclusions are called _
Cowdry bodies
Which tumors ending in "oma" are always malignant
Lymphoma
Melanoma
Glioma
Which stain is specific for astrocytes
GFAP - glial fibrillary acidic protein
What is a most important histopathologic indicator of CNS injury regardless of etiology
Gliosis or Astrocytosis
Gliosis results in _
Glial scar
Activated astrocyte is called _
Gemistocyte
Basophilic accumulation that represents degenerative changes in astrocytes and is result of normal aging is called _
Corpora amylacea
Which cells responsible for BBB
Astrocytes
Which cells are responsible for myelination
Oligodendrocytes
Which cells line ventricular system
Ependymal cells
Where do ependymomas usually appear
Ventricles or spinal cord
Pyknosis of nucleus indicates _ (degeneration and fragmentation of neuronal chromatin)
Irreversible damage to neuron - NECROSIS