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Practical Pathophysiology Dr Tarek Atia


Brown atrophy of the heart: Sign of Cardiac aging


Atheroma of an Artery: atherosclerosis


Myocardial infarction


Wavy fibers is an early sign of myocardial infarction


Myocardial infarction: Coagulative necrosis and a few inflammatory cells


Myocardial infarction: Coagulative necrosis, interstitial bleeding, and a few inflammatory cells.


Dilated heart in myocarditis


Dilated cardiomyopathy


Cardiomyopathy (trichrome stain): extensive fibrosis (blue) between the myocytes. The myocytes also vary in size.


Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy


Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy : myofiber dysarray ; not all fibers are pulling the same direction. Thus the contraction is ineffective.


Broncho-pneumonia


Lobar Pneumonia – Gray hep…


Bronchopneumonia


Lung Abscess:


Obstructive bronchus: chronic bronchitis or bronchial asthma


Bronchiectasis


Small cell carcinoma of the lung


Bronchopneumonia

Large Cell Carcinoma of the lung


Nephrotic Syndrome, Minimal change disease


Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis


Acute pyelonephritis with abscesses


Pyelonephritis


Adult polycystic kidney disease


Childhood polycystic kidney disease


Esophageal varices


Steatosis, fatty liver


Liver cirrhosis


Liver cirrhosis


Metastatic carcinoma, liver


Adenocarcinoma Liver


cervical squamous cell carcinoma


Invasive Cervical carcinoma


Fibroid uterus; Leiomyoma


Teratoma


Lobular Carcinoma


Atypical Hyperplasia


Schirrous Carcinoma


Fibrosis + Cysts = Fibrocystic Disease


Fibroadenoma


Atrophic mammary gland


Periductal Inflammation


Gynecomastia (NO Lobules)


GOOD LUCK


Practical pathophysiology final revision