A Manual of pathological anatomy

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Blanchard and Lea, 1854 - 733 pages
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Contents

Neuromata of stump after amputation
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Section of a neuroma
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Fibrous structure of neuroma
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Tumor implicating the posterior tibial nerve
135
Natural appearance of puscorpuscles
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Tumor implicating a median nerve
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A heart covered with plastic exudations
138
Specimens of fatty degeneration of the heart
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Aneurism of left ventricle of heart
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Fibroid thickening of initral valve
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Fibroid thickening of a pulmonary valve
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Aortic valves of a child opaque thickened and adherent
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Atheromatous deposit in valves of aorta
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Calcareous deposit in aortic valves
145
Ossification of aortic valves
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Aneurism of mitral valve
147
Plastic deposits in aorta
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Plastic plugs occluding axillary artery
149
Incipient atheroma and fatty degeneration of an iliac
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Fatty deposits in internal coat of an artery
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Early stage of atheroma
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Atheroma from old patch
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Steatomatous degeneration
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Fatty granules with crystals of cholesterin from atheromatous deposits in the aorta
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Calcareous deposition in coats of an artery
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Section of gray granulation in the lung after the addition of acetic acid
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Aneurism of the arch of aorta
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Aneurism of the bracbial artery
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Aneurism of posterior tibial artery
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Growth of aneurism arrested by coagulum
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Spontaneous cure of aneurism by the sac being filled with coagulum
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Front and back view of aneurism of the arch of aorta which burst into trachea
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Aneurism of aorta which induced caries of the vertebræ and fatal compression of the spinal cord
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Drawing of a fibrous tumor
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Varicose aneurism
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Fibrinous phlebitis
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Section of liver exhibiting the appearances presented in inflammation of vena porta
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Varix of veins of
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Calcareous deposit in the coats of a vein
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Fat cells and granular cells from a steatomatoue tumor of the ovary
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Section of the circumference of an enchondroma from the pelvis
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Enlargement of follicles of mucous membrane of the trachea
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Example of false membrane in croup
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Injection and stasis of vessels of bronchial mucous membrane in bronchitis
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Dilated bronchi
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Cretaceous enlargement of a bronchial gland
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Simplo serous cyst and epithelial particles from its interior
183
Pulmonary apoplexy
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Red hepatization of lung
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Microscopic characters of the contents of an airvesicle in gray hepatization
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Pleural surface of a portion of splenified lung
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Miliary tubercle of pulmonary tissue
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Cells from encepbaloid of tongue
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Miliary tubercle in close aggregation recently depositedmagnified 60 diameters and studded with carbonaceous matter
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Hexagonal appearance caused by the mutual pressure of the aircells filled with yellow tubercular matter
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Microscopic appearance of minute vessels surrounding airvesicles in tubercular pneumonia
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Section of an airvesicle filled with jellow tubercle and surrounded by exudation
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corpuscles
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Free cancer nuclei
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Young epithelial scales
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Drawing of mycoderm of favus
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PATHOLOGICAL ANATOMY OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM
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Bonelike substance attached to falx cerebri
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A hydrocephalio skull of a girl aged 11 years
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Strictured urethra
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Úrinary deposits
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The Spinal Cord and its Membranes
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Uric acid crystals
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CHAPTER XIII
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Earthy phosphates
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Oxalate of lime
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CHAPTER XV
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CHAPTER XVIII
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Phosphatic calculus
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Ammonia magnesian calculus
298
Fusible calculus
299
Internal structure of same
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Inflammation of tunica vaginalis
301
Hydrocele combined with scrotal bernia
302
Encysted hydrocele of tunica vaginalis
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Hæmatocelo
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Bruise of scrotum a form of hæmatocele
305
Acute orcbitis
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orchitis with fungous protrusion of testis
307
Section of cystic sarcoma of testis
308
Contents of various cysts in the same
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Hypertrophy or elephantiasis of scrotum
310
Chimneysweepers cancer
311
Corpuscles from the same
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CHAPTER XX
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Enlarged prostate
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Lobulated hypertrophy of prostate
315
Hypertrophy of middle lobe of prostate
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Abscess of prostate
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Cyst of prostate
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Prostatic calculi
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Chancre of prepuce
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Phymosis
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Paraphymosis
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Warts on penis
326
Fibrous tumor projecting in the cavity of uterus
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Fibrous tumors of walls of uterus
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Atrophied placenta
329
Incipient cystformation in ovary
330
Multilocular ovarian cyst
331
Serocystic tumor of mamma
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477
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The Lymphatic System
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PATHOLOGICAL ANATOMY OF THE ORGANS
373
CHAPTER XXX
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Lung with extensive tubercular disorganization
426
The Pleura
434
Strawcolored lymph coating the lower lobe of an inflamed lung in recent pleurisy
435
old cartilaginoid capsule of apex of lung
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PATHOLOGICAL ANATOMY OF THE ALIMENTARY CANAL
447
Tongue swollen by glossitis
452
Purulent cyst at the fang of a decayed tooth
459
Vertical section of mucous membrane of stomach the tubes completely wasted
468
Scirrhus pylori
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Diagram of intussusception
484
Typhous ulcers in small intestines
492
Piles after excision showing the dilated veins of which they are in a great mea
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The LiverThe Biliary PassagesThe Bile
507
Section of liver showing nutmeg appearance
508
The Valves
514
Encephaloid growth in liver
523
Cholesterin and glomeruli from gallbladder
530
Fibroid thickening of capsule of spleen
538
PATHOLOGICAL ANATOMY OF THE URINARY APPARATUS
543
Section of bronchocele showing culcareous deposits
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Diseased cortical tubes of liver
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Kidney converted into cysts
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CHAPTER XXII
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The Bloodvessels
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Lobular hypertrophy of mamma
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CHAPTER XXIII
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Secondary deposit in kneejoint
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Cartilage of patella in state of usure
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Deposition of calcareous inatter commencing in the walls of the cartilagocorpuscles
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PATHOLOGICAL ANATOMY OF THE OSSEOUS SYSTEM
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Microscopic drawing of inflamed and softened bone
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Example of limbs deformed by rickets
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Enchondroma
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Aneurism
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Exostosis of femur
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