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Colour Atlas of Anatomical Pathology (3rd Edition) by Robin A. Cooke, Brian Stewart

By Robin A. Cooke, Brian Stewart

This ebook offers a finished number of photos of anatomical (gross) pathology. the vast majority of photos are of unfixed specimens as obvious at post-mortem. For this new 3rd variation a few imaging, medical pictures and endoscopic images has been brought to set the pathology in scientific context.• entire number of excellent gross pathology photographs

• provide entry to a massive diversity of pathological appearances which are virtually very unlikely to discover elsewhere.
• For the 1st time endoscopic images and imaging incorporated to set pathology in better scientific context.

• Explanatory captions accelerated to emphasize scientific studying points.

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Fig. 22. This resulted when fragments of the thrombi broke off, passed through the venous system and became lodged in a pulmonary artery. Note the wedge-shaped haemorrhagic area on the pleural surface of the lung. It is hard, and elevated above the adjacent lung surface. Fig. 24 Pulmonary embolus. Cut surface of a pulmonary infarct showing the embolus in the supplying artery at the apex of the pyramid-shaped infarct. Fig. 22 Fig. 23 42 Fig. 24 RESPIRATORY SYSTEM Fig. 26 Fig. 25 Fig. 25 Pan-acinar destructive emphysema - severe emphysema.

M/70. The respiratory bronchioles and some of the alveolar ducts in the middle of the pulmonary lobules are destroyed. This results in holes being formed - emphysematous spaces. These areas are black because of the accumulation of carbon pigment in the peribronchial lymphatics. Fig. 27 Chronic bronchitis. M/69. This man had suffered from chronic obstructive airways disease for many years. Death was due to plugging of his respiratory passages by thick, tenacious mucus, shown filling the left main bronchus.

M/72. The pathology is almost entirely confined to the upper lobe, particularly the apex. There is pneumonic consolidation, together with cavity formation. There is also a minor degree of emphysema present. This is the so-called active type of pulmonary tuberculosis. In many countries tuberculosis has been virtually eradicated by public health measures and effective treatment. However, its prevalence is increasing in countries which cannot afford these measures. Fig. 43 Old, healed, calcified tuberculous lesion in the lung.

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