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The Sources of Pathological Information
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abnormal abscess acute anaemia animal anoxia antibodies antigen arteries atheroma bacilli bacteria become benign blood blood-stream body bone bronchi calcium cancer capillaries carcinoma cardiac cartilage cause cavity cellular changes chemical chronic clinical clot common conspicuous cysts damage dead tissue deficiency degeneration develop disease effects enzymes epithelium example excess excretion exudate failure fibrin fibrosis fibrous tissue fluid formation fracture function giant-cells glands granulation tissue growth haemorrhage healing heart hepatic histological hormone hypertension important increased infarction infection inflammation inflammatory response keratin kidney known lesions liver lumen lung lymphocytes macrophages malignant marrow metabolism metastasis mucosa muscle myelin necrosis neoplasms nodules normal nuclei obstruction occur organisms oxygen pathology patient phagocytosis physiological plasma cells present primary protein pulmonary purulent reaction renal result secondary seen skin spirochaete spread stages structure subcutis substances surface surgical syphilis thrombus toxic toxins tubercle tuberculosis tumours ulceration usually vascular vessel virus vitamin wall