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29 Intestinal tuberculosis. t. ,,, 10 versely around the bowel wall following the lines oltV" '1 I age . llilll lIll " of unpasteurised milk, or secondary, as a con soq ll'" rr , ing infected sputum from pulmonary d isease . II' calcification . 30 Small intestinal ischaemia. l IW 11111 1IIIIrkedly congested This is the apreArli1 II " ",I Uti li' IIIIW," wall, but lesser degrees of ischacllliu III, IY I' " ,ri ll I J' ,dl llice ration . oIly ,,,Irrhac in origin, occluding il hmlJl:hlll II,,, '''II'' I III ,OII"IV Olher ca uses include Severn hy""I"I II,JI II' II, II I 1i1" "I' III 1;,touS vessel, retrograci e IIlfarc' tllll J

The gallbladder is very shrunken [lnd its wall is thickened and fibrotic. The mucosal surface is ~ongested and there are several small intraluminal gallstones. These appearances represent the effects of prolonged , usually intermittent , :'Ittacks of acute cholecystitis As such, the coexistence of gallstones it extremely common. 25 Cholelithiasis. This opened gallbladder contains two large mixed gallstones . Note the marked thickening of the gallbladder wall and the stigmata of acute inflammation of the mucosa.

15 Macronodular cirrhosis. This close-lip Vi" surface of the liver to be composed of large (>:lrlllll). I varying size, each separated by dense fibrous 1,111" II' macronodular pattern is a feature of post-viral (11' :lIlI lI v cirrhosis and Wilson's disease. Note, however, 111111' " ' livers show a mixed pattern, irrespective of aetiolnl IV : .... ,:;(;,~,~ib{~~::~' f:;· ,,~... &,,, . , ,, .. l-,:,t~. ' >~ .. " /~~~ .. l\•. ·¥- . ';' . ,",. ~ . ';': . ~,: . d'c·... 11; •.. ~';;'. '..... I;.....

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