A Text-Book of Special Pathological Anatomy Volume 2

A Text-Book of Special Pathological Anatomy Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1897 edition. Excerpt: ... onset of cellular necrosis can often be recognised on histological examination, even when the cells are still entire, by the fact that the nuclei do not stain or have already disappeared (B 1g. 469 c). The secretmg epithelium of the convoluted tubules is that most. frequently affected, but necrotic changes may also make themselves manifest in_the epithelium of the straight (efferent) tubules or of the collecting tubules. 'lhe necrotic epithelial cells are sometimes cloudy and granular, sometimes homogeneous and amorphous: at a later stage they become liquefied and dissolve. Fm. 469. Nncnosm on THE TUBULAR. Eii-The epithelium Of the THELIUM IN ICTERUS GRAVI5. tubules Passes, liovlever7 (Preparation hardened in Miiller's_fluid stained _-to a state with gentian-violet. and mounted in Can-mole frequently In ado balsam: X300) of cloudy swelling (Fig. normal convoluted tubule 470 b 0 (1), fatty degeneraascending limb of Henle's loop convoluted tubules with epithelium partly Fig. 471 b), and dropsicfll healthy and partly necrotic ' ' es e unaltered stroms. with blood-vessels degeI1erat1011-The Chang generally affect the wide descending convoluted tubules (Fig-471 5); but fatty degenera tion often occurs in the limbs of Henle's loops (01) and in the ascending convoluted (or intercalary) tubules. Cloudy swelling is manifested by the disappearance Of the normal structure of the cell (Fig. 470 a), whose protoplasm becomes swollen and granular: fatty degeneration is indicated by the presence of oil-globules in the protoplasm (Fig. 468 A 4 and Fig. 471 b 6'1) and dropsical degeneration by the sodden and swollen appearance of the cell and the formation of vacuoles ill its interior. Desquamation (Fig. 468 A a and Fig. 470...
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  • Paperback | 236 pages
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236890418
  • 9781236890412