All right. So for histology, what I was telling you about the colors and the purple and the pink, once that waxed tissue is stained, it give us this pinkish color and some of these things here is the purple color. I spent a lot of time knowing what each thing is, I will just try to keep it as simple as possible.
So you are looking at the edge of the tissue and the tissue that I took was from that wound that I passed around and showed up before. I took little samples of those and those were represented in the paraffin block that I showed you. This is the histology.
So here, this is just regular, you know, normal tissue of the hand, this pinkish material, but here you can see these little darker areas, these little pigmented flakes, these are the foreign particulate matter that I was talking about that is not native to his hand. It had to be introduced into his hand from another source and that's some of those particulate matter that I was talking about previously. Like that right there, that right there, that right there. (indicating)
As I said before, this is merely just a representation, there are other areas on this slide, but this is just a representative of some of that matter that I saw.