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4a) Top: Adhesion of a monocyte (Mono) to an endothelial cell of a collateral vessel. A neutrophil (Neutro) is adhering to the monocyte. 4b) Prominent endothelial cells‚ damaged SMCs without basement membrane and two smaller lymphocytes (Ly) are present in a disorganized intimal layer of a growing collateral vessel. 4c) Infiltration of a monocyte into the intima between prominent endothelial cells and the fragmented IEL. Structural Remodeling during Growth of Collateral Vessels 27 Adhesion and immigration of mononuclear cells Mononuclear cells are seen to adhere to the endothelium in growing collateral vessels.
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