Histopathology slides

Last updated on November 19, 2018 at 17:16

  • 1. Normal and postmortal pancreas
  • 2. Apoptosis in a reactive lymph node (follicular hyperplasia)
  • 3. Recent infarct of the heart
  • 4. Hemorrhagic infarct of the lung
  • 5. Encephalomalacia alba
  • 6. Acute pancreatitis – adiponecrosis
  • 7. Parenchymal degeneration in kidney
  • 8. Steatosis hepatis
  • 9. Brown induration of the lung
  • 10. Haemosiderosis of liver
  • 11. Anthracosis of lymph node
  • 12. Amyloidosis of the liver
  • 13. Calcification in breast cancer (Kossa reaction)
  • 14. Gaucher’s disease
  • 15. Normal and hypertrophic cardiac muscle
  • 16. Prostatic hyperplasia
  • 17. Glandular cystic hyperplasia of the endometrium
  • 18. Pulmonary oedema
  • 19. Thrombus and postmortem blood clot
  • 20. DIC (fibrinthrombi in kidney) (fibrin stain)
  • 21. Central haemorrhagic necrosis
  • 22. Fibrinous pericarditis – cor villosum
  • 23. Pseudomembranous colitis
  • 24. Bronchopneumonia
  • 25. Lobar pneumonia
  • 26. Purulent meningitis
  • 27. Acute appendicitis
  • 28. Chronic cholecystitis
  • 29. Sarcoidosis in lymph node
  • 30. Foreign body granuloma
  • 31. Miliary tuberculosis of the lung
  • 32. Myocardial infarct with organisation
  • 33. Squamous metaplasia in bronchus
  • 34. Cervical intraepithelial neoplasia CIN III
  • 35. Polypus adenomatosus coli (p53)
  • 36. Squamous carcinoma of lower lip
  • 37. Adenocarcinoma metastasis in lymph node
  • 38. Anaplastic carcinoma (brain metastasis)
  • 39. Viral myocarditis
  • 40. Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy
  • 41. Arteritis temporalis
  • 42. Haemangioma cavernosum hepatis
  • 43. Kaposi sarcoma
  • 44. NRDS
  • 45. Aspergillosis of the lung
  • 46. CMV lung
  • 47. Bronchial asthma
  • 48. Silicosis
  • 49. Microcellular carcinoma of the lung
  • 50. Planocellular carcinoma of the lung
  • 51. Lepidic adenocarcinoma

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