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Carcinoma of the Pylorus

Tuberculous Pneumonia

Chronic and Acute Mitral Endocarditis

Carcinoma of Stomach with Metastases to Omentum

Abdominal Hernia - one half original size

Scars and Cysts of Kidney

Proliferative Pulmonary Tuberculosis

Posterior View. Hemorrhage in Pancreas. Thrombus in Splenic Vein

Chronic Mitral Endocarditis

Acute and Chronic Tracheobronchitis with Bronchiolectasis

A. Fusiform Aneurysm of Abdominal Aorta; Mural Thrombus B. Cross Section of Aorta and Thrombus

Ulcers of the Ileum. Typhoid Fever

Carcinoma of the Oesophagus; Compression of and Ulceration into the Trachea

Chronic Ulcer of Stomach; Carcinoma of Stomach, Early

Fibrosis of Liver and Pancreas

Cystic Atrophy of Pancreas; Phlebosclerosis of Portal System; Bile Duct Carcinoma

Carcinoma of Ampulla of Vater; Postoperative

Healed Endocarditis of the Mitral and Aortic Valves with Stenosis

Rupture of Pulmonary Artery in Tuberculous Cavity

Azygos Lobe of Lung

Patent Ductus Arteriosus. Coaptation of Aorta and Pulmonary Artery. Thrombus in Left Branch of Pulmonary Artery

Sutured Perforations of Stomach

Posterior View of Heart and Lungs Showing Common Truncus and Origin of Pulmonary Arteries to Lobes of Lungs

Vegetative and Ulcerative Aortic Valvulitis; Aneurysm of Membranaceous Septum

Mucocele of Gall Bladder. (Stone in Cystic Duct)

Diffuse Pneumonia-Fibrino-Purulent Pleurisy

Cardiac Hypertrophy, Fibrous Myocarditis. Coronary Sclerosis and Thrombosis, with Infarction of the Heart and Mural Thrombosis

Adeno-Carcinoma of the body of the uterus.

Round Cell Sarcoma and Adeno-Carcinoma of the Corpus Uteri

Adeno-Carcinoma of Sigmoid with Extension into the Adjacent Loops of Small Intestine and the Formation of a Fistula

Ulcerative Proctitis with Rectal Stricture; Vaginal and Peritoneal Fistulae

Polyp of Stomach

Hemorrhagic Bronchitis. Oedema and Congestion of the Lung. Fibrino-Purulent Pleurisy [Army Medical Museum]

Influenza. Broncho-Pneumonia Hemorrhagic Exudate

Secondary Sarcoma of the Heart

Ulcers of Esophagus

Carcinoma of Rectum

Duodenal Ulcer with Extension into Pancreas and Erosion of the Inferior Pancreatico Duodenal Artery

Acute Hemorrhagic and Ulcerative Laryngo-Tracheitis [Army Medical Museum]

Artificial Pneumothorax; Tuberculous Pleuritis

Chronic Ulcerative Enterocolitis with Multiple Fistulae

Carcinoma of Larynx

Distention of Renal Vein (Hypernephroma)

Necrotizong Pharyngitis and Tonsilitis

Stricture of Urethra with Stone - Dilatation Above

Edema of Larynx

Proliferative Nodules on Liver

Ventricular Surface of the Anomalous and Defective Tricuspid Valve. Bizarre Papillary Muscle Attachments to All Parts of the Ventricular Wall

Thrombi (Old and Recent) of Common Iliac (Left) and Inferior Vena Cava

Thrombi (Old and Recent) of Common Iliac (Left) and Inferior Vena Cava

Ventricular Surface of the Amomalous and Defective Tricuspid Valve. Bizarre Papillary Muscle Attachments to All Parts of the Ventricular Wall

Multiple Abscesses of the Intestinal Wall (gross)

Abscesses of the Intestine (hist)

Cyst of Pharynx

Lympho Blastoma (?) Malignant, of Mesentery and Jejunum

Acute Tubercular Peritonitis; Rachitis

Hodgkin?s Disease

Hodgkin?s Disease

Broncho-Pneumonia. Bronchiolitis with Acute Infalmmatory Exudate Breaking Through Necrotic Bronchiolar Wall

Necrotizing Broncho-Pneumonia, Showing Disintegration of Bronchiolar Wall

Sarcoma Involving Spleen

Thrombus in Ruptured Esophageal Varix

Dissecting Aneurysm of the Arch of the Aorta

Syphilitic Mesaortitis with Aneurysm Involving the Entire Aortic Arch. Viewed from the Left Side. Erosion of the Vertebral Bodies is Indicated in Two Areas in the Descending Aorta. The Point of Rupture of the Aneurysm into the Lung is Shown in the Foreground. Adhesion to the Sternum Anteriorly

Congenital Anomaly of the Right Heart. Dilatation of the Right Ventricle. Compensatory Hypertrophy of Left Ventricle

Chronic Mitral Endocarditis. Ulceration of One of the Chordae Tendineae

Infarct of the Heart-Mural Thrombus

Organized Thrombus in Aorta with Recent Mural Thrombus

Congenital Atresia of the Esophagus with a Tracheo-Esophageal Fistula

Rupture of Duodenum; Retroperitoneal Emphysema

Cholecystectomy: Obliteration of Mid Portion of Common Hepatic Duct by Scar Tissue. Rupture of Operative Anastamosis of Common Hepatic Duct with Duodenum

Cells of Adrenal Cortex with Intranuclear Inclusions

Longitudinal Section of Heart Showing Common Truncus Arteriosus and Interventricular Septal Defect

Chronic Pulmonary Valvulitis with Stenosis; Interventricular Septal Defect

Mustard Gas Poisoning. Dog-Death after 37 Hours

Ulcerative Tuberculosis of Jejunum

Primary Bronchial Carcinoma

Dilatation and Perforation of Esophagus; Esophagopleural Fistula [Posterior View]

Foreign Body (Wire) in Esophagus with Erosion of Aorta and False Aneurysm Formation. Rupture of Aneurysm into Esophagus

Dilatation of Stomach

Multiple Congenital Anomalies with Persistence of Proximal Portion of Urachus, Bilateral Hydroureter Caused by Block on Bladder Wall. Atrophy of Kidneys. Abnormal Ostium for Vasa

Syphilitic Mesaortitis; Aneurysm of Sinus of Valsalva

Dissecting Aneurysm of Ascending Aorta

Carcinoma of Esophagus with Erosion into Trachea. Left Bronchus and Right Lung

Congenital Defect of the Left Diaphragm Permitting Herniation of Abdominal Viscera

Congenital Anomaly of the Right Heart. Defect of the Tricuspid Valve; Dilatation of Auricle and Ventricle

Dissecting Aneruysm of Ascending Aorta

Acute Ulceratice Aortic Endocarditis with Myocardial Abscesses

Fibrosis of Pleura. Gelatinous Material Separating Visceral and Parietal Layers. Pulmonary Atelectasis

Chronic Retropharyngeal Abscess with Perforation into Pharynx

Malignant Neoplasm Involving Stomach, Mesenteric and Anterior Mediastinal Lymph Nodes

Urethral Stricture. Hypertrophy of the Bladder. Chronic Purulent Cystitis. Vesicle Calculus

Necrotizing Pharyngitis, Tonsilitis and Tracheitis

Abscess of the Left Lobe of the Prostrate Gladn, Wothout Involvement of the Bladder

Carcinoma of Pharynx and Hypopharynx with Necrotizing Arteritis and Erosion of Cartoid Artery

Cirrhosis of Liver. Ruptured Esophageal Varices

Diffuse Pneumonia. (Pneumococcus Type 1)

Diffues Pneumonia (Pneumococcus Type 1)

Necrotizing Gastritis and Esophagitis

Broncho-Pneumonia. Massive Consolidation with a Hemorrhage Area Within It (A.No.118)
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