This is an easy slide from somebody with an infection.
Eosinophils are easier to see with a real microscope, but there's one here. You can spot an eosinophil by its:
This is acutely-inflamed tissue containing lots of neutrophils.
Be sure you can see the collagen fibers. There are occasional red cells in the tissue.
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