Loose Connective Tissue. Special Form: Pigment Connective Tissue
Pigment connective tissue is a type of loose connective tissue. In man, it is found in the iris (Fig.A1), choroid (Fig. A2), leptomeninges, and genital skin. A section from the iris is presented in Fig. B.
KeywordsConnective Tissue Pigment Cell Retinal Layer Black Pigment Fibrous Connective Tissue
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