A Text-book of Pathology: With a Final Section on Post-mortem Examinations and the Methods of Preserving and Examining Diseased Tissues

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Wood, 1914 - Pathology - 1116 pages
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Contents

Regeneration of epithelium
72
Mitosis in granulation tissue
73
Regeneration of connective tissue
74
Developing bloodvessels in newformed tissue showing plasma cells
75
Regeneration of fat tissue
77
CHAPTER V
81
Healing of a wound of the cornea
82
Emigration of leucocytes
84
Exudative inflammation
85
Fibrin in inflammatory exudate
86
Fibrin forming around dead cells 8t 55 Bacterial embolus in the liver
88
Bacterial embolus in the liver with necrosis
89
Necrosis and suppuration in the liver
90
Granulation tissue
91
Granulation tissue
92
Fibroblasts of new connective tissue
93
Cicatricial tissue
94
Regeneration of epithelium
95
Phagocytes
100
Giant cells
101
Giant cells and newformed fibrous tissue around a foreign body
102
Giant cells around foreign bodies
103
Fragments of necrotic muscle
104
General considerations 81 Types of inflammatory reaction of
110
Thomas frogplates
111
Entamoeba histolytica
116
Trypanosoma brucei
117
Treponema pallidum
118
Trichomonas vaginalis
119
Balantidium coli
120
Coccidium oviforme
121
Distoma hepaticum
123
81 Taenia mediocanellata Head and proglottides
124
Cutinula of echinococcus cyst
125
Scolices of Taenia echinococcus
126
Ascaris lumbricoides
127
Trichocephalus dispar
128
Trichina spiralis
129
Filaria sanguinis hominis
130
Protozoa 114 Worms 123 Arthropoda
131
Pediculus capitis
132
Bacteria with flagella
133
Bacteria morphology physiology and distribution 133 Clas
143
CHAPTER VIII
150
CHAPTER IX
197
General considerations 197 Suppurative and allied
212
Miliary tubercle with giant cells
253
Miliary tubercle in the lung
254
Tuberculosisexudative form
256
Tubercle bacilli in sputum
257
Tuberclebacillus culturefrom man
258
Lesion of dead tubercle bacilli
261
Lupus of face
268
Bacilli of leprosy
269
Syphilitic inflammation
270
Syphilitic condyloma
271
Syphilitic nodule
272
Syphilitic inflammation
273
Treponema pallidum India ink stain
275
Treponema pallidum silver stain
276
Rhinoscleroma
282
Diphtheritic inflammation
283
Bacillus diphtheria
284
Bacillus tetani
286
Spirochete Obcrmeieri
292
Hydrophobia 1
294
Negri bodies
296
170A Organism isolated from case of poliomyelitis
299
Smallpox vesicle
303
Trachoma bodies
308
Trachoma bodies
309
CHAPTER X
320
Abrachius
321
Facial fissure
322
Synophthalmia agnathia and synotia
323
Crauiorrhachischisis
325
Myelomeningocele sacralis 32
326
General considerations 320 Malformations involving single
327
Cranioschisis
328
Horseshoe kidney
329
Fcetus with cord around neck and leg
330
Partial intrauterine amputation of leg
331
Twins
332
Thoracopagus
333
Thoracopaguspig
334
Child with acardiac parasite
335
Multiple nodular sarcomata
339
Polypoid fibroma
340
Tumorcell embolus
341
The nature and characters of tumors in general 336 Etiology of tumors
344
Plimmers bodies
348
Epithelial cell inclusions
349
Dermoid cyst of skin
361
Fibroma durum
362
Papilloma of skin
363
Mucous polyp of nose
364
Myxoma of larynx
365
Sarcomalarge spindlecelled
367
Sarcomaspindlecelled
368
Sarcomaspindlecelled
369
Melancsarcoma
370
Sarcomagiantcelled
371
Osteosarcoma
372
Epulis
373
Angiosarcoma
374
Myxosarcoma
375
Adenosarcoma
376
Endothelioma
377
Endothelioma
378
Endothelioma psammomatous form
379
Endothelioma
380
Endothelioma
381
Endothelioma
382
Epithelioma
383
Sacrococcygeal chordoma
384
Endothelioma
385
Lipoma
386
Glioma
387
Myoma uteri
388
Fibromyoma uteri
389
Neuroma ganglioniforme
390
False neuroma
391
Multiple fibromata
392
Angioma telangiectoides
393
Angioma cavernosum
394
Carcinoma molle
396
Intracanalicular fibroadenoma
397
Foetal adenoma of thyroid
398
Sebaceous adenoma
399
Adenoma
400
Infiltrating cancer cells
401
Metastatic carcinoma
402
Fio P0
403
Carcinoma of hand
404
Exudative inflammation in carcinoma
405
Epithelioma
406
Epithelioma
407
Epithelioma
408
Epithelioma
409
Congenital nievus
410
Epi helioma basalcelled
411
Small epithelioma of face
412
Epithelioma giant cells
413
Carcinoma
414
Carcinoma gelatinosum
415
Adamantinoma
416
CHAPTER XII
417
Forms of poisons 417 The lesions induced
426
Myxcedema
430
Cretin
431
Thyroid gland in myxcedema
432
272A Island of Langerhans in case of diabetes
435
Lesions of gout
436
General Diseases 429 Cachexia strumipriva myxoedema 429 Exophthalmic
440
Enlarged thymus
445
Enlarged thymus
446
Suffoca ion from lodgment of meat in larynx
447
General Considerations
451
Megakaryocytes
465
Megakaryocytes
466
Bone marrow
472
Hodgkins disease
492
Hodgkins disease
495
Hodgkins disease
496
297A Endothelioma of lymphnode
497
General characteristics of the spleen 499 Malformations
500
Chronic indurative splenitis
505
Chronic interstitial splenitis
506
Tuberculosis of spleen
507
Hyperplasia of spleen
508
Hodgkins disease
509
Lymphatic leukaemia
510
CHAPTER IV
512
Colloid struma
513
Fatty degeneration in adrenal
515
Haemorrhage into adrenal
516
CHAPTER V
518
Fibrinous pericarditis
519
Adhesions of pericardium
520
Obliteration of pericardial sac
521
Reptilian heart
523
Stenosis of pulmonary artery
524
Interventricular foramen
525
Fenestration of semilunar valves
526
Abnormal chordae tendineae
527
Rupture of heart
528
Atrophic pericardial fat tissue
529
Aneurism of heart
530
Polypoid thrombus in auricle
531
Globular thrombus in ventricle
532
Globular thrombus in auricle
533
Thrombi among heart trabecular
534
Amyloid degeneration of spleen 501
535
Fatty infiltration of heart
536
Bacterial embolus in heart muscle
539
Chronic interstitial myocarditis
541
Ulcerative endocarditis
543
Chronic endocarditis
544
Chronic endocarditis
545
Vegetation on aortic valve
546
Verrucous endocarditis
547
Stenosis of aortic valves
548
Chronic endocarditis with calcification of valves
549
Hypertrophy of heart
551
Fio Pao 351 Atheroma of aorta
557
Transverse rupture of aorta
558
Chronic arteritis
560
Connective tissue in intima
561
Atrophy of elastic tissue in wall of aorta
562
Chronic inflammation of aorta
563
Tuberculous arteritis
566
Aneurism of arch of aorta
568
Aneurism of popliteal artery
569
Tuberculous phlebitis
574
CHAPTER VI
579
Mucous polyp of nose
581
Hyperplasia of epithelium of false vocal cords
583
Diphtheria of larynx and trachea
584
Papilloma of larynx
586
Acute catarrhal bronchitis
587
Chronic bronchitis
588
Chronic fibrinous bronchitis
589
Muitiple bronchiectasis
590
Adenoma of bronchi
591
Lung stones
592
Chronic congestion of lung
594
Vesicular emphysema
597
Interlobular emphysema of lung
598
Interstitial emphysema of lung
599
Lung showing tubercles with pigmentation in pleura
602
Acute lobar pneumonia
603
Acute lobar pneumonia
605
Exudate from lung
606
Organizing pneumonia
608
Bronchopneumonia
609
Bronchopneumonia
610
Bronchopneumonia
611
Bronchopneumonia chronic
612
Air vesicle in bronchopneumonia with streptococci
613
Interstitial pneumonia
614
Chronic interstitial pneumonia
615
Anthracotic pigmentation of lung
616
Anthracosis of lung
617
Miliary tubercle of lung
620
Miliary tubercle of lung
621
Miliary tubercle of lung
622
Healed tubercle of lung
623
Tuberculous inflammation of lung
624
Tuberculous bronchopneumonia
626
Acute pulmonary tuberculosis
628
Chronic pulmonary tuberculosis
629
The mediastinum 636 The pleura hydrothorax 636 Hydropneumo
634
CHAPTER VII
643
CHAPTER VIII
708
Malformations 708 Wounds rupture and haemorrhage 708 Anaemia
714
CHAPTER IX
746
The vulva malformations 793
793
Fia Paoe 559 Fragment of decidua
824
Hydatid mole
825
Chronic oophoritis
828
Papilloma of ovary
829
Papilloma of ovary
830
Sarcoma of ovary
831
Cystadenoma of ovary
832
Cystadenoma of ovary
833
Cystadenoma of ovary glandular
834
Papillary cysts of omentum
835
Follicular cysts of ovary
836
Dermoid cyst of ovary
837
Hydrosalpinx
838
Pyosalpinx
839
Pyosalpinx
840
Suppurative mastitis
843
Carcinoma and tuberculosis of mamma
844
Hypertrophy of mamma
845
Hypertrophy of mamma
846
Parasites and cysts 822 Lesions of the placenta 822 Degen
847
Fibroadenoma of mamma
848
Pericanalicular fibroma of mamma
849
Papillary cystadenoma of mamma
850
Adenoma of mamma
851
Carcinoma of mamma scirrhus
852
CHAPTER XI
853
Varicocele
856
Chronic interstitial orchitis
858
Chronic orchitis
860
Rhabdomyoma of testicle
861
Teratoma of testicle
862
Hypertrophy of prostate
864
Hypertrophy of prostate
865
Glandular hyperplasia of prostate
866
Corpora amylacea in prostate
867
CHAPTER XII
868
Progressive muscular atrophy
869
Pseudohypertrophy of gastrocnemius muscle 8i0 610 Hyaline degeneration of muscle
872
CHAPTER XIII
876
CHAPTER XIV
908
Fio Paoe 663 Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
956
Tabes dorsalis
960
Combined system disease
963
Degenerated tissue from acute myelitis
966
Poliomyelitis anterior
967
Acute anterior poliomyelitis
968
A Ganglion cell lesions in acute anterior poliomyelitis
969
Degeneration of nerve fibres
970
Multiple sclerosis in spinal cord
973
Solitary tubercle of cerebellum
974
Syringomyelia
978
THE METHOD OF MAKING POSTMORTEM EXAMINATIONS AND
983
Side view of human brain
993
Method of opening brain
994
Method of opening brain
995
Schematic picture of brain
996
Brain mantle seen from below
997
Outlines of sections of spinal cord
1000
Heart showing lines for incision
1006
Heart opened exposing aortic valves
1007
Special incisions for opening heart
1008
CHAPTER II
1027
General Methods of Preserving Pathological Specimens and Preparing them
1035
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Page 294 - ... to be more diagnostic than any other. The most profound, the most constant, and the earliest lesions are noted in the peripheral, cerebral and sympathetic ganglia, and the changes are especially marked in the intervertebral ganglia, and in the plexiform ganglia of the pneumogastric nerve. Normally, these ganglia are composed of a supporting tissue holding in its meshes the nerve cells, each one of which is enclosed in an endothelial capsule.
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