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Acute poliomyelitis

Acute poliomyelitis

Acute poliomyelitis     Transverse section of spinal cord at the level of cervical or lumbar intumescence. The central canal is covered with cylindrical epithelial cells. The gray substance of anterior horns show hyperemia, edema,...
Acute polioencephalitis

Acute polioencephalitis

Acute polioencephalitis   In most cases with acute viral  (memingo-) encephalitis, the histological picture is non-specific. There is a perivascular lymphocytic infiltration, sometimes mixed with leukocytes – perivascular inflammatory...
Massive acute necrosis of liver

Massive acute necrosis of liver

Massive acute necrosis of liver   The normal structure of the liver is unclear, which leads to difficulties in organ diagnosis. Only parts of portal spaces are preserved, at some spaces only blood vessels. Bile ducts show cholestasis. The...
Myocardial infarction

Myocardial infarction

Myocardial infarction   Inside the fatty tissue of the epicardium is found a branch of the coronary artery with eccentric fibrous plaque and part of mural thrombus. Below it – transmural coagulative necrosis with no visible...
Myocardial infarction

Myocardial infarction

Myocardial infarction Cut surface of posterior wall of left heart ventricle. Transmural infarction, which embrace the whole thickness of the wall, irregular by shape, depleted structure and clay-like yellow color. (coagulative necrosis...
Atherosclerosis of aorta

Atherosclerosis of the aorta

Atherosclerosis of the aorta •Abdominal  aorta with the bifurcation of iliaca arteries. •The intima is rough and uneven because of the presence of yellowish (lipid) spots and elevated dense whitish fibrous plaques , which constrict...