Download Colour Atlas of Anatomical Pathology (3rd Edition) by Robin A. Cooke, Brian Stewart PDF
By Robin A. Cooke, Brian Stewart
This ebook supplies a complete number of photos of anatomical (gross) pathology. nearly all of images are of unfixed specimens as obvious at post-mortem. For this new 3rd version a few imaging, medical images and endoscopic pictures has been brought to set the pathology in scientific context.• complete choice of very good gross pathology photographs
• supply entry to a major diversity of pathological appearances which are nearly most unlikely to discover elsewhere.
• For the 1st time endoscopic photos and imaging integrated to set pathology in better scientific context.
• Explanatory captions extended to stress scientific studying points.
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RESPIRATORY SYSTEM Fig. 48 Fig. 49 Fig. 48 Paraffinoma in the right lower lobe. M/81. There is a wedgeshaped solid black mass in the posterior basal segment of the right lower lobe. Large amounts of oil can be seen glistening on its cut surface. The patient was in the habit of taking a dose of paraffin oil each evening as a laxative. The paraffinoma resulted from small amounts of oil being regurgitated and inhaled during sleep. Fig. 49 Hydatid cyst of the right lung. M/8. The white, laminated membrane of the parasite is present within the capsule of granulation tissue formed by the host as a response to the hydatid cyst - a foreign body reaction.
This was a complication of staphylococcal pneumonia. Abscesses are present in the upper lobe (arrow A). There is a large amount of pus covering the surface of the lower lobe (arrow B). The visceral pleura is thickened and, posteriorly, some thickened parietal pleura is adherent to it (arrow C). Fig. 35a Chest X-ray. F/3. Staphylococcal pneumonia with multiple abscesses. An abscess in the left lung has ruptured, causing a pneumothorax and collapse of the lung. Empyema usually results from contamination of the pleural cavity.
26 Fig. 64 CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM Fig. 65 Ventricular septal defect viewed from the left ventricle. M/9. Fig. 66 Probe-patent foramen ovale viewed from the right atrium. M/70. The foramen ovale is probe patent in a small percentage of normal people. Fig. 66 27 CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM Fig. 67 Fig. 68 Fig. 69 Fig. 67 Patent foramen ovale viewed from the right atrium. Stillborn Down's syndrome. All that remains of the septum secundum is a web. Atrial septal defect is frequently encountered in patients with Down's syndrome.