Pathology Images: Acute Inflammation

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    • Fibrinous Transudate
    • increase in fibrin causes this shaggy coating. can occur between membranes and decrease mobility, such as in fibrinous pericarditis
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    • Serous Exudate
    • "like serum" - fluid filled cavity
    • this one is following a burn
    • Note that it's pretty much empty - use this to identify serous
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    Vascular Congestion and Stasis
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    • Large vesicle - bullae. most likely serous exudate
    • blackness - eschar
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    • subcutaneous bullae
    • normally contains an exudate. this one looks like it's purulent (good deal of fibrin in there. Purulent is fibrinous + PMNs)
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    Shaggy appearance up top indicates fibrinous exudate over the surface (in this case, of the heart). Due to the breaking of fine adhesions b/w visceral and parietal pericardium
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    Pseudomembrane of necrotic, inflammatory cells and fibrous jazz accumulated over the epithelial glands
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    Pale area is fibinous exudate that has caused the lung to consolidate with the darker, aerated region
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    Neutrophils (left) and fibrin (light pink, "chicken wire") within the alveolar spaces. Pneumonia
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    • Purulent Exudate is masking the gyral pattern of the brain.
    • Also see hyperemia
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    • Furuncle - skin abcess
    • Abscess with skin ulceration

    A bunch of these is a carbuncle. you'd see swelling and erythemia of the entire skin
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Pathology Images: Acute Inflammation
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2013-10-24 01:26:39
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