Learn More
The long-term effects of an anabolic steroid (Dianabol) an the liver of motor-active mice was investigated. The pathologic changes occurring are due to cholestasis, peliosis hepatis, and diffuse hepatitis. It was assumed that a pathogenic relationship between cholestasis, peliosis, and cirrhosis exists. Neoplasms seldom occurred, but it was suggested that(More)
The cardiac muscle fibers in the trabeculae carneae of mice, rats, and rabbits show a special arrangement of densely interwoven myofibrils. They cross at various angles; however, a preferred orientation of the fibrils cannot be discerned. It is suggested that due to this arrangement the myocytes of trabeculae are not able to contract to the same extent as(More)