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Biomedical Sciences - PRINCIPLES OF DISEASE





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Week 7

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The vascular topics are concluded with descriptions of the pathological processes of thrombosis, embolism, infarction, hypertension and heart failure. These are very common events that need to be understood.

Ischaemia 1

Created by Prof. Mike Dixon

Male age 78

Tissue: Kidney

This man was originally admitted to hospital with a myocardial infarction several months before death. He remained in cardiac failure. He died in cardio-respiratory failure. At post-mortem both kidneys appeared diseased.

The kidney contains numerous pale areas outlined by a narrow zone of intense congestion.


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