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What do prostates and bees have in common?

Benign prostatic hyperplasia is a hormonally induced, non-neoplastic enlargement of the prostate in intact dogs.

 

Prostate epithelial cells are some of my favs (is that weird?), because they are so beautiful!  They form this characteristic “honeycomb” pattern which you can see here. Isn’t that cute?! Who knew the prostate could be so much fun.

 

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