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Hemodynamic disorders p.1 SYLLABUS: RBP(Robbins Basic Pathology) Chapter: Hemodynamic disorders, Thrombosis and Shock - Edema - Hemorrhage - Hyperemia and congestion
Hemodynamic disorders p.1 Microscopic specimens 14 Pulmonary edema 4 Chronic pulmonary congestion 3 Acute hepatic congestion 7016A/06 Chronic passive congestion of the liver 1 Intracerebral hemorrhage 259 Subarachnoid hemorrhage
-engorged capillaries -intra-alveolar air spaces filled with pink-stained transsudate Pulmonary edema
Chronic pulmonary congestion -thickened and fibrotic septa -hemosiderin-laden macrophages (heart failure cells) in the alveolar spaces
Chronic pulmonary congestion
Acute hepatic congestion - central vein and sinusoids distended with blood
Acute hepatic congestion
Chronic passive congestion of the liver - centrilobular necrosis and/ or - fibrosis (cardiac cirrhosis)
Chronic passive congestion of the liver
Intracerebral (Intraparenchymal) hemorrhage -extravasation of blood -destruction of the involved brain tissues -compression of the adjacent parenchyma
Intracerebral (Intraparenchymal) hemorrhage
Subarachnoid hemorrhage -extravasated blood in the subarachnoid space
Congestion. Hyperemia and Congestion Hyperemia means increased blood volume in a particular tissue or organ, due to dilatation of the microcirculation.
Hemodynamic Disorders. Hyperemia and Congestion Increased blood volume in a certain tissueIncreased blood volume in a certain tissue Hyperemia is an active.
-DR SOWMYA SRINIVAS CVC LUNG, LIVER AND SPLEEN HYPEREMIA & CONGESTION Hyperemia is an increase in volume of blood in a particular tissue. Its an “active.
Hemodynamic Disorders, Thrombosis, and Shock Dr Hisham Alkhalidi.
Section 1 Hyperemia or congestion Hyperemia: increased volume of blood in cardiovascular vessels.
HEMODYNAMIC DISORDERS, THROMBOSIS AND SHOCK. Edema.
Hemodynamic Disorders Dr. Raid Jastania. Intended Learning Outcomes 1.Students should be able to define edema, congestion, hemorrhage, thrombosis and.
Respiratory practical Dr. Shaesta Naseem
Edema, Hyperemia and Congestion. Cardiovascular disease Most important cause of morbidity and mortality in developed nations In US, 81 million affected.
Lungs are distended and red. The reddish coloration of the tissue is due to congestion (alveolar capillaries are engorged with blood). Some normal pink.
Haemodynamic Disorder M. O. Al-Sohaibani, MBBS, FCAP, FRCPath.
Cardiovascular practical Block Practical II. Cardiovascular practical Block 8-Chronic venous congestion of the liver.
The left frame shows marked narrowing as seen by angiography. The right frame shows the histology of the narrowed area. There is marked thickening of.
Revision respiratory practical block. A closer view of the lobar pneumonia demonstrates the distinct difference between the upper lobe and the consolidated.
Hemodynamic Disorders (Disorders of blood flow) Dr. Abdelaty Shawky Dr. Gehan Mohamed.
Practical Pathology. Inflammation 1. Macroscopic signs: Symptoms 2. Microscopic signs: Inflammatory response.
PATHOLOGY. -is a bridging discipline involving both basic science and clinical practice and is devoted to the study of the structural and functional changes.
Hemodynamic Tutorial. Describe what you see? What are other causes of arterial thrombosis? Vasculities. Trauma What is the thrombus made of?
Congestive Heart Failure Inability of the heart to handle the volume of blood returned to it.
Acute infective endocarditis with vegetations. Ventricular Aneurysm complicating MI.
Respiratory pathology 1. Lobar pneumonia From: Stevens A. J Lowe J. Pathology. Mosby 1995 Fig In classical type, lobar pneumonia develops in four.
Liver and pancreas SYLLABUS: RBP(Robbins Basic Pathology) Chapters: The Liver and the Biliary Tract The Pancreas.
HAEMODYNAMIC DISORDERS Dr. Afsar Saeed Shaikh M.B.B.S, M.Phil. Assistant Professor of Chemical Pathology Pathology Department, KEMU, Lahore.
Fluid and Hemodynamic Disorders Where’s my water? Intracellular Ions Ion specific gates in cell membrane Cellular proteins Extracellular Interstitial.
CVS- Block Pathology Dept, KSU. Chronic venous congestion of the liver Right Sided Heart Failure CVS- Block Pathology Dept, KSU.
By Dr Abiodun Mark. A. Identify the slide. What is going on with the organ?
Respiratory practical block Pathology practical I and II Dr Shaesta Naseem Zaidi.
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Hemodynamic Disorders, Thrombosis & Shock Edema Hyperemia and Congestion Hemorrhage Hemostasis & Thrombosis Embolism Infarction Shock Edema Edema.
Hemodynamic Disorders د. بنان برهان محمد ماجستير / هستوباثولوجي.
ปฏิบัติการ วิชา พยาธิ วิทยา ครั้งที่ 1 ภาควิชาพยาธิวิทยาและ นิติเวชศาสตร์ คณะแพทยศาสตร์ มหาวิทยาลัยนเรศวร.
Cardiovascular practical Block Shaesta Naseem Part I.
Hemodynamic disturbance DR. USHA.M HEMODYNAMICS Literally means “Blood movement” is the study of blood flow.
Right Ventricular Failure (RVF) Occurs when the right ventricle fails as an effective forward pump, causing back-pressure of blood into the systemic.
Respiratory system SYLLABUS: RBP(Robbins Basic Pathology) Chapters: The Lung and the Upper Respiratory Tract.
12.3 ICD Chapter-Specific Guidelines and Format for the Circulatory System The most common cardiovascular system problems are chest pain, hypertension.
Intracellular accumulations of endogenous or exogenous substances -Lipids: fat may accumulate in the liver as fatty change -Proteins: abnormal protein.
Hemodynamic Disorders Tutorial Activities Dr: Awatif Jamal.
EDEMAEDEMA Fluid extravasation and accumulation in the interstitial spaces.
Hemodynamic Disorders. Thromboembolic Disease Shock.
2nd Year Pathology 2010 Vascular Disturbances I Oedema, Hyperaemia and Haemorrhage.
Chapter 3 Disorders of Vascular Flow Yiran Ni M.D
LIVER CIRRHOSIS. Liver cirrhosis Define Cirrhosis. Recognize the types of cirrhosis. Recognize the major causes and the pathogenetic mechanisms.
Practical of Cell Injury Third Year 5 th October 2015.
Hemodynamic Disorders. Fluid Distribution ~60% of lean body weight is water ~2/3 is intracellular ~1/3 is extracellular (mostly interstitial) ~5% of total.
General Pathology Review. Assumptions Studying pathology enables us to better treat people Normal people participate positively in the society Activity.
CHEST X-RAY FINDINGS: Left-to-Right Shunt. Uncomplicated ASD: Left-to-Right shunt enlargement of central and all segments of pulmonary arteries increased.
What is the organ? Describe What do you see.. Gross Heart, view of the tricuspid valve from the right atrium The valve are obscured by the presence of.
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