Urinary System pp 291-310 | Cite as

Hyperplasia, Urinary Bladder, Rat

  • E. Kunze
Part of the Monographs on Pathology of Laboratory Animals book series (LABORATORY)

Abstract

The epithelium of the urinary bladder of rats is a slowly renewing tissue with a very low cell turnover. However, urothelium is capable of proliferating to a considerable extent. Urothelial hyperplasia represents a common proliferative lesion of the bladder induced by a great variety of conditions. Histologically, several types of hyperplasia differing by growth pattern and cellular differentiation can be observed. From an etiologic point of view two basic types need to be distinguished: non-neoplastic and pre-neoplastic hyperplasia.

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Caffeine Estradiol Cyclophosphamide Perforation Hematoxylin 

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