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Primary Carcinom of the Liver

Metastasis of a Liver Carcinoma in a Lymph Node.

Chronic Cholecystitis; Cholangeitis; Sub-Diaphragmatic Abscess. Thrombosis of the Hepatic Vein.

Adeno-Carcinoma of the Stomach.

Multiple Abscesses of the Lung

Abscesses of the Lung

Hodgkin?s Disease in Liver

Umbillical Hernia with Herniation of the Liver

Congenital Atresia of Duodenum

Healed Aortic Endocarditis with Calcification.

Herniation of Abdominal Viscera through a Congenital Defect in the Diaphragm.

Mitral Stenosis; Thrombi in Left Auricle.

Carcinoma of Esophagus with Necrosis Following Operation.

Myxoma of Tricuspid Valve

Arteritis of Aorta with Rptured Dissecting Aneurism.

Complete Obstruction of Larynx by Mucous Plug

Cardiac Hypertrophy. Arterosclerosis of the Kidneys.

Primary Carcinoma of the Gall Bladder, Showing Necrosis.

Jour. Exp. Med., 32: 205, 1920 - Fig. 6

Jour. Exp. Med., 32: 205, 1920 - Fig. 4

Jour. Exp. Med., 32: 205, 1920 - Fig. 3

Jour. Exp. Med., 32 : 205, 1920 - Fig.1

Jour. Exp. Med., 32 : 205, 1920 - Fig.2

Extensive broncho - pneumonia in a dog dying four days after exposure. The bronchus in the center has lost its mucosa and the outer coats are being broken down. The alveolar septa are outlined by thick strings of fibrin which is deposited in them.

Higher magnification of one of the bronchi seen in Fig. 10. Note the early inflammatory reaction in one portion of the wall, and the degeneration of the lining cell, which have lost all the characteristics of bronchial epithelium.

Jour. Exp. Med., 32 : 205, 1920 - Fig. 5

Jour. Exp. Med., 32 : 211, 1920 - Fig. 3

Jour. Exp. Med., 32 : 211, 1920 - Fig. 4

?Fibrinous Pneumonia? in dog dying three days after gassing. This picture is the exception, the pneumonia showing generally alveoli full of cells with the fibrin deposited chiefly in and on the alveolar walls.

Winternitz : Pathology of Gas Poisoning p.25 Fig. 20

Water color for drawing of trachea of dog dying 25 hours after exposure; the epithelium is entirely destroyed, the submucosa is edematous with large fibrin spaces and many leucocytes

Dilation of small bronchus with epithelial necrosis; small masses of bacteria (to left) with leucocytic infiltration. Death 72 hours after exposure.

Congenital Heart Disease

Ophthalmia in Rats. Normal Cornea

Small mononuclear infiltrations in the ?dematous A.V. node, S.A. node, main A.V. bundle and right branch.

Infectious granuloma of unknown etiology. Mononuclear infiltration of the thyroid.

Infectious granuloma of unknown etiology. Mononuclear infiltration about and within the adrenal cortex.

Infectious granuloma of unknown etiology. Mononuclear infiltration of the kidney.

Infectious granuloma of unknown etiology. Mononuclear infiltration of the Pancreas.

Sporotrichosis - skin nodule. Cell types.

Sporotrichosis. Skin nodule, showing wall with characteristic zones.

Sporotrichosis. Skin nodule showing giant cell and small blood vessels within the granuloma.

Phosgene poisoning. Death after 12 hours.

Winternitz : Path. of War Gas Poisoning. Page 13. - Fig. 9.

Carcinoma of rectum with perforations and metastases to liver.

Duodenal Ulcer

Pulmonary Tuberculosis.

Interdigitation of Carcinoma and Liver Cells.

Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Urinary Bladder.

Types of atypical mitoses from a carcinoma of the oesophagus.

Carcinoma of the Oesophagus.

Multiple Hemorrhages and Abscesses of the Heart

Chronic and Acute Diffuse Nephritis.

Infarct of the Kidney

Carcinoma of the Oesophagus. Metastases to the regional glands.

Multiple Abscesses of the Liver.

Abscesses of the Liver

Acute Myocarditis.

Septic Infarct of the Kidney

Cross Section of One of Multiple Diverticuli of the Colon.

Chronic cholecystitis with scar formation. Cholangeitis, chirrhosis of the liver. Carcinoma of the common bile duct.

Carcinoma arrising in the common bile duct.

Acute Perichondritis of the Larynx with Destruction.

Gall - bladder surface pattern of mucosa. Excessive lipoid content of folds.

Constricted Medium Sized Bronchus (Bronchial Asthma.) A- Hyalinized basement membrane. B- Eosinophilic infiltration of wall

Interstitial Pulmonary Emphysema

Sarcoma Involving Lymph Nodes

Pulmonary Embolism

Carcinoma of the Transverse Colon. Fistula into the Duodenum

Carcinoma of the Larynx

Congeital Deficiency of the Right Pericardium

Thrombosis of left innominate, subclavian, external jugular, internal jugular and axillary veins.

Glomerulus of Newborn Infant

Tuberculosis of the Myocardium in a Dog

Pyopneumo - Thorax

Winternitz : Path. of War Gas Poisoning p.38 fig. 4

Typhoid colitis

Bicornuate Uterus and Bipartate Vagina

Experimental Xerophthalmia. Dilation of Acini of Lacrimal Gland.

Experimental Pellagra Pharyngeal and Oesophageal Lesions

Experimantal - ?Pellagra? - Acute Pharyngitis

Congenital Cystic Kidney with Arterio - Sclerotic Changes

Carcinoma of the Bronchus. Metastasis to the Ovary.

Primary Carcinoma of the Bronchus.

Echinococcus Alveolaris in the Prostate.

Echinococcus Alveolaris in the Prostate.

Echinococcus Alveolaris Infection - Nephritis.

Echinococcus Alveolaris in the Prostate.

Propagated Pulmonary Thrombus in the Hilic Vessels, Associated with Carcinoma

Primary Carcinoma Invading Bronchial Wall

Atresia of Tricuspid Valve, with Patent Foramen Ovale and Interventricular Septal Defects; Coronary Arteries Arising from Pulmonary Artery

Carcinoma Metastases to the Wall of the Right Ventricle of the Heart.

Metastatic Carcinoma in the Heart Muscle

Hemangiectasis of the Liver, Showing Blood Formation

Acute Tracheitis. Congestion and Hemorrhage. Regeneration of Tracheal Epithelium.

Syphilitic Mesaortitis

Carcinoma of the Sigmoid Flexure

Border of Carcinomatous Area in the Sigmoid Flexure of the Colon

Hemorrhages in Kidney of New Born

Primary Carcinoma of the Bronchus
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