By Robin A. Cooke, Brian Stewart
This ebook supplies a finished choice of photos of anatomical (gross) pathology. the vast majority of pictures are of unfixed specimens as obvious at post-mortem. For this new 3rd version a few imaging, scientific pictures and endoscopic pictures has been brought to set the pathology in scientific context.• finished number of significant gross pathology photographs
• supply entry to a massive diversity of pathological appearances which are nearly very unlikely to discover elsewhere.
• For the 1st time endoscopic photos and imaging incorporated to set pathology in better scientific context.
• Explanatory captions multiplied to stress scientific studying points.
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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. F/70. This patient had been followed for many years with serial chest X-rays. The lesion had not changed in size, and repeated sputum examinations were negative for acid-fast bacilli.
47 Pericarditis resulting from deposits of secondary cancer in the pericardium and myocardium. M/60. Lung cancer is the one most likely to invade the pericardium (see Figure. 61). Fig. 50 A Lambl's excrescence on the aortic valve. M/74. These are aggregations of fibrin covered by endothelium. They must be distinguished from true vegetations. 21 CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM Fig. 51 Fig. 51 Mitral valve stenosis. F/67. The valve is viewed from the grossly dilated left atrium. The cusps are thickened and adherent, and the orifice is greatly reduced in diameter.
M/14. The boy is emaciated, as is usual with patients with disseminated 50 Fig. 47 tuberculosis. Some of the cervical lymph nodes are enlarged and one of them is discharging through the skin. Cervical lymphadenopathy is a common presentation in communities with a high incidence of tuberculosis. Fig. 47 Tuberculous lymph node. M/24. The cut surface of the node shows that its enlargement is due to the presence of many areas of caseous necrosis. RESPIRATORY SYSTEM Fig. 48 Fig. 49 Fig. 48 Paraffinoma in the right lower lobe.