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Images Dated 17th December 2007

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Lactating breast tissue, light micrograph Featured 17 Dec 2007 Image

Lactating breast tissue, light micrograph

Lactating breast tissue. Light micrograph of a section through healthy breast (mammary gland) tissue during lactation. Glandular tissue in the breast has proliferated to produce spaces (alveoli, white) through which milk flows. The glands are arrange in lobules which make up 15 to 20 lobes. The milk drains from the lobes via the milk-bearing lactiferous ducts to the surface of the nipple

© STEVE GSCHMEISSNER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Leeds United put in a morning's training in a practical way by playing the Reserve Featured 17 Dec 2007 Image

Leeds United put in a morning's training in a practical way by playing the Reserve

Leeds United put in a morning's training in a practical way by playing the Reserve team on a ground something comparable to Sutton, where they play their F.A. Cup Match on Saturday. Picture of play in action in the Eastend Park Working Men's Club Football Ground in Skelton Road, Leeds. January 1970

© Mirrorpix

1970s, Bus, Fa Cup, Football, House, Sport, Tracksuits

Liver tissue cirrhosis, light micrograph Featured 17 Dec 2007 Image

Liver tissue cirrhosis, light micrograph

Liver cirrhosis. Light micrograph of a section through liver tissue showing primary biliary cirrhosis (PBC). This is a condition where the bile ducts in the liver are attacked by the body's own immune system. Toxic substances, which are normally excreted through the bile, (such as alcohol) are kept inside the liver and lead to further damage. The liver responds to the injury or death of some of its cells by producing interlacing strands (septa) of fibrous scar tissue (light brown) between the active liver lobules (pink). Cirrhosis is not always related to the over-consumption of alcohol and seems to be strongly linked to certain genes for autoimmune disorders

© STEVE GSCHMEISSNER/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY