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Morphopathology Set 11 Atherosclerosis and other Cardiaovascular disorders

by Qamar Ahmad

Abdominal Aorta The surface is not smooth and is translucent. Many small plaque, small irregular having the tendency to fuse. The surface is like a ‘geomap’. The plaques are made up of white and yellow portions. White represents collagen and yellow represents lipids. The one which doesn’t have a deposit are fibrous plaque. In the middle, a calcified plaque can be observed. The surface is whitish, have egg-shell

Abdominal Aorta The surface is not smooth and is translucent. Many small plaque, small irregular having the tendency to fuse. The surface is like a ‘geomap’. The plaques are made up of white and yellow portions. White represents collagen and yellow represents lipids. The one which doesn’t have a deposit are fibrous plaque. In the middle, a calcified plaque can be observed. The surface is whitish, have egg-shell

Abdominal Aorta The surface is not smooth and is translucent. Many small plaque, small irregular having the tendency to fuse. The surface is like a ‘geomap’. The plaques are made up of white and yellow portions. White represents collagen and yellow represents lipids. The one which doesn’t have a deposit are fibrous plaque. In the middle, a calcified plaque can be observed. The surface is whitish, have egg-shell

Abdominal Aorta with plaques. Same aspect as the previous one but in addition this one has thrombi attached to the plaques. Can lead to ulceration eventually. Small thrombus forms because the lumen of the abdominal aorta is large and the fluid velocity is high. If however there is stasis of blood, a much

Abdominal Aorta with plaques. Same aspect as the previous one but in addition this one has thrombi attached to the plaques. Can lead to ulceration eventually. Small thrombus forms because the lumen of the abdominal aorta is large and the fluid velocity is high. If however there is stasis of blood, a much

Abdominal Aorta with plaques. Complete occlusion Same aspect as the previous one but in addition this one has thrombi attached to the plaques. Can lead to ulceration eventually. Small thrombus forms because the lumen of the abdominal aorta is large and the fluid velocity is high. If however there is stasis of blood, a much

Brain The arteries have the appearance of ‘macroni’. They have lost their elasticity, the lumen remains open. Usually in histological operations the arteries collapse due to elasticity. But in this case they remain open, indicating damage to the wall. The stenosis of an artery can lead to senial dementia with

Brain The arteries have the appearance of ‘macroni’. They have lost their elasticity, the lumen remains open. Usually in histological operations the arteries collapse due to elasticity. But in this case they remain open, indicating damage to the wall. The stenosis of an artery can lead to senial dementia with

Thrombus formed at the site of Aneurysm. Big mass of coagulated blood. An example of complicated plaque.

Thrombus formed at the site of Aneurysm. Big mass of coagulated blood. An example of complicated plaque.

Dilation of Aneurysm in ascending aorta. It is secondary to syphillitic lesions.

Dilation of Aneurysm in ascending aorta. I It is secondary to syphillitic lesions.

Brain The arteries have the appearance of ‘macroni’. They have lost their elasticity, the lumen remains open. Usually in histological operations the arteries collapse due to elasticity. But in this case they remain open, indicating damage to the wall. The stenosis of an artery can lead to senial dementia with

Brain The arteries have the appearance of ‘macroni’. They have lost their elasticity, the lumen remains open. Usually in histological operations the arteries collapse due to elasticity. But in this case they remain open, indicating damage to the wall. The stenosis of an artery can lead to senial dementia with

In the middle is a heart and on the sides are kidneys. This image explains the effects of Hypertension on the specific organ. Kidney: Are small, atrophic, pallor, Granulatriy on external surface(normally, it should be smooth). Between external surface and capsules are some deposits, which makes the capsule less adherent to the kidney’s outer surface.

In the middle is a heart and on the sides are kidneys. This image explains the effects of Hypertension on the specific organ. Kidney: Are small, atrophic, pallor, Granulatriy on external surface(normally, it should be smooth). Between external surface and capsules are some deposits, which makes the capsule less adherent to the kidney’s outer surface. Heart: Shows concenteric left ventricular hypertrophy(the

In the middle is a heart and on the sides are kidneys. This image explains the effects of Hypertension on the specific organ. Kidney: Are small, atrophic, pallor, Granulatriy on external surface(normally, it should be smooth). Between external surface and capsules are some deposits, which makes the capsule less adherent to the kidney’s outer surface. Heart: Shows concenteric left ventricular hypertrophy(the

In the middle is a heart and on the sides are kidneys. This image explains the effects of Hypertension on the specific organ. Kidney: Are small, atrophic, pallor, Granulatriy on external surface(normally, it should be smooth). Between external surface and capsules are some deposits, which makes the capsule less adherent to the kidney’s outer surface. Heart: Shows concenteric left ventricular hypertrophy(the

Effect of hypertension on Brain. A Cerebral hematoma can be observed here. Usually secondary to chronic benign or primary hypertension. Can also occur in some instances of malignant hypertension. Different nerves can be compressed. Destruction of lateral wall of 3rd ventricle can lead to death, as in this case.

Effect of hypertension on Brain. A Cerebral hematoma can be observed here. Usually secondary to chronic benign or primary hypertension. Can also occur in some instances of malignant hypertension. Different nerves can be compressed. Destruction of lateral wall of 3rd ventricle can lead to death, as in this case.

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