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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
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