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Figure 1: (a) Cross-sections of the pancreas at mid-portions of the head, body, and tail to show the small size. (b) Glassy, gray-white connective tissue producing accentuation of the lobular architecture. Note similar appearance around the splenic artery and a small peripancreatic lymph node. (c) The widened perilobular septa show deposition of pink, homogeneous, acellular material (Hematoxylin and Eosin ×50)

Figure 1: (a) Cross-sections of the pancreas at mid-portions of the head, body, and tail to show the small size. (b) Glassy, gray-white connective tissue producing accentuation of the lobular architecture. Note similar appearance around the splenic artery and a small peripancreatic lymph node. (c) The widened perilobular septa show deposition of pink, homogeneous, acellular material (Hematoxylin and Eosin ×50)