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Fig. 1 | Breast Cancer Research

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From: High mammographic density is associated with an increase in stromal collagen and immune cells within the mammary epithelium

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Haematoxylin and eosin–stained high mammographic density (HMD) and low mammographic density (LMD) tissue sections. (a) Representative photomicrograph of tissue specimen resected from an HMD region. (b) Representative photomicrograph of tissue specimen resected from an LMD region of the same healthy breast shown in (A). (c) Selected area from HMD tissue shown in (A) at ×10 original magnification. (d) Selected area from HMD tissue shown in (B) at ×10 original magnification. (e) Scatterplots of percentages of stroma, epithelium and fat of HMD and LMD within-individual tissue (N = 41 women)

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