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A 63-year-old man has had progressive stiffness ...

Area labeled ‘D’

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submitted by mcl(167),

This image is useful. Note that the stain used makes myelin appear dark.

Vignette is typical for Parkinson's disease. Area D is the substantia nigra.

oznefu  Oh nice! Thanks! +  

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submitted by oznefu(7),

does anyone know what A, B, C and E are pointing to? I figured D is substantia nigra since it's the correct answer.

upstairs_bumblebee  A/B - i think both of these are just thalamic nuclei; C -> STN; D -> substantia nigra; E -> hippocampus +2