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Patana C1


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  • Myocardial hyperplasia
  • Endometrium in proliferative stage + Endometrial hyperplasia
  • Normal muscle + Atrophic muscle 1. Normal muscle tissue 2. Atrophic muscle tissue
  • Muscle atrophy in leg due to atherosclerosis 1. Normal muscle tissue 2. Atrophic fiber with lipofuscin and black nuclei
  • Muscle atrophy with lipofuscin accumulation
  • Hepatic atrophy 1. Lipofuscin accumulation 2. Atrophic hepatocyte with little cytoplasm
  • Bronchial mucosa 1. Columnar epithelium 2. Cilia + Metaplasia in bronchial mucosa 3. Metaplastic change 4. Basal membrane, inflammatory cells
  • Normal tissue 1. Respiratory epithelium 2. Cilia + Metaplasia 3. Squamous, vascularization and non-arranged nuclei
  • Metaplasia, chronic purulent bronchitis 1. Columnar ciliated epithelium 2. Squamous metaplasia
  • Ischemic myocardial infarction, focal myocardial necrosis 1. Normal tissue 2. White infarction
  • Focal necrosis in kidney 1. Necrosis 2. Inflammatory cells 3. Normal tissue 4. Necrotic glomerulus
  • Caseous necrosis in lymph node due to tuberculosis 1. Necrotic tissue 2. Inflammatory cells
  • Dry gangrene, coagulation necrosis
  • Wet gangrene, liqufactive necrosis, necrotising fasciitis
  • Apoptosis in tumour cell
  • Apoptosis in hepatocyte
  • Apoptosis in hepatocyte
  • Liver steatosis 1. Microvascular fat vesicles 2. Hepatocyte 3. Central vein
  • Liver steatosis 1. Macrovesicular steatosis 2. Microvesicular steatosis
  • Amyloidosis in kidney 1. Perivascular amyloidosis 2. Glomerular amyloidosis
  • Amyloidosis in kidney 1. Amyloidosis in kidney tissue
  • Anthracosis
  • Hemosiderin in lymph node with anthracosis 1. hemosiderin exogenous pigment
  • Hemosiderosis in spleen
  • Dystrophic calcinosis in breast tissue 1. Necrotic area
  • Congestion in gastric veins 1. Engorged vein filled with blood
  • Acute pulmonary congestion 1. Engorged blood capillary 2. Intra-alveolar hemorrhage 3. Edematous alveolar space 4. Edematous alveolar septa
  • Chronic pulmonary congestion 1. Thickened alveolar septa 2. Heart failure cells, hemosiderin containing macrophages
  • Chronic pulmonary congestion 1. Hemosiderin
  • Acute hepatic congestion 1. Congestes hepatic sinusoids 2. Congested central vein 3. Normal hepatocyte
  • Chronic hepatic congestion
  • Thrombus 1. Thrombus in vessel lumen 2. Atherosclerotic plaque
  • Coronary thrombus 1. RBC 2. Fibrin
  • Venous thrombus
  • Occlusive thrombus 1. Lamina elastica interna 2. Thrombus 3. Lamina elastica externa
  • Thrombus on ulcerated atherosclerotic plaque B: Rupture and calcinosis T: Superimposed thrombus
  • Thrombi on heart valve
  • Fat embolism in lungs 1. Fat globule in lung tissue
  • Ischemic myocardial infarction
  • Kidney infarction (white)
  • Kidney infarction 1. Infarction 2. Pyramid 3. Cortex 4. Renal pelvis
  • Hemorrhagic pulmonary infarction 1. RBC 2. Normal alveolar septa 3. Edematous alveolar septa 4. Necrotic center
  • Torsio testis 1. Twisted funiculus spermaticus 2. Red infarction
  • Red infarction in bowel 1. Necrotic area 2. Slight edema
  • Hernia sac
  • Incarcerated bowel infarction 1. Red infarction 2. Slight edema
  • Acute inflammation 1. Leukocytes in blood capillary 2. Leukocytes in alveolar cavity
  • Inflammation 1. Adhesion 2. Rolling
  • Migration of neutrophils in gastritis 1. Migrating Neu in lamina propria 2. Multilobulated neu
  • Gastritis 1. Neutrophils in lamina propria 2. Intraepithelial neutrophils 3. Helicobacter Pylori
  • Acute inflammation, exudate w. Neu
  • Acute inflammation exudate w. Neu & Ly
  • Serous inflammation of nasal cavity 1. Edema, transudate
  • Fibrinous pericarditis 1. Fibrinous exudate
  • Fibrinous pleuritis 1. Alveolar space w. exudate 2. Fibrous exudate 3. Septa
  • Fibrinous pleuritis 1. Fibrous exudate 2. Edematous granulation tissue
  • Purulent peritonitis 1. Muscle layer 2. Pus
  • Purulent meningitis 1. Grey matter 2. Pia matter w. pus
  • Necrotizing fascitiis 1. Liquefactive necrosis 2. Phlegmonous
  • Kidney abcesses 1 + 2. Abcess within glomerolus
  • Phlegmanous appendicitis
  • Acute hemorrhagic pneumonia
  • Inflammatory ulcer 1. Ulcer surface w. cellular debris 2. Preserved epithelium 3. Pus and fibrin
  • Inflammatory ulcer 1. Surface, bleeding 2. Preserved epithelium 3. Damage
  • Inflammatory ulcer 1. Ulcer surface 2. Healthy eoithelium 3. Submucosal inflammatory foci
  • Chronic inflammation, mononuclear cells
  • Chronic inflammation in liver 1. Tissue destruction, hepB
  • Chronic inflammation 1. Fibrosis
  • Lung sarcoidosis 1. Granuloma
  • Lung sarcoidosis
  • Lung sarcoidosis gross
  • Foreign body granuloma
  • Foreign body granuloma 1. Granuloma formation 2. Giant cells
  • Tuberculosis, giant cells & epithloid cells
  • Tuberculosis, caseous necrosis
  • Lues, Syphilis
  • Actinomycosis
  • Trichinellosis, roundworm
  • Echinococcosis, tapeworm
  • Reactive lymphadenopathy, lymph hyperplasia
  • Wound healing 1. Fibrin deposition 2. Proliferative granulation tissue
  • Wound healing, proliferative granulation tissue 1. Angiogenesis
  • Wound healing, granulation 1. RBC
  • Remodeling phase of wound healing
  • New CT

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