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Anatomy and Histology of the Normal Lung and Airways

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Useful chromatic and immunostains in pulmonary pathology

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Transbronchial biopsy in lung transplant recipients

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Histopathological reporting of pulmonary biopsies in cases of Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis

Anatomical Distribution of Pulmonary Disease

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(Diagram: Liquefaction necrosis in the epidermis and dermis in an abscess of the skin. The abscess cavity is filled with polymorphonuclear leukocytes).

 Visit:  Necrosis  ; Folliculitis ; Impetigo ; Furuncle(Boil) ; Carbuncle .

           

In liquefaction necrosis the dominant factor is the effect of hydrolytic lysosomal enzymes.

The end result is a local accumulation of protein-rich, semifluid material.

It is not particularly common as a primary event except in the brain.

However, if necrotic tissue becomes secondarily infected by pus-forming organisms, liquefaction commonly takes place.

                  

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Introduction of Pathology

An outline of Diagnostic Techniques available in Pathology

Cellular Injury

Diagram showing Structural Changes in Reversible and Irreversible Cell Injury

Autolysis

Heterolysis

Necrosis

Coagulation (Coagulative) necrosis

Caseative (Caseous) necrosis

Liquefaction necrosis

Fat necrosis

Fibrinoid necrosis

Apoptosis

Gangrene

Pathologic Calcification

Hyaline Change

Atrophy

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Primary Hemochromatosis

Hematin

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Lipofuscin

Mineral Dusts

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Accumulation of Glycogen, complex lipids and carbohydrates

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Pigments derived from Hemoproteins

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