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By Professor Klaus Kayser M.D., Ph.D. (auth.)

ISBN-10: 3642487270

ISBN-13: 9783642487279

ISBN-10: 3642487297

ISBN-13: 9783642487293

All ailments related to the lung are provided in alphabetical order. every one is mentioned within the related method lower than the subheadings of definition, epidemiology, pathophysio- logy, medical diagnosis, radiology, gross and micro patho- logy, histomorphological descriptors, designated stains, corridor- mark of prognosis and differential diagnosis.

"An encyclopedic choice of phrases facing illnesses and/or pathological stipulations of the respiration organs with the purpose to provide the reader quick information regarding the basic facets. This encyclopedic resource might be steered not just to pathologists but additionally to clinicians and practitioners confronted with pulmonary diseases." (Experimental and Toxicologic Pathology)

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Descriptors: Lung parenchyma with preserved structure: • enlarged distant air spaces • atrophic interalveolar septula • dust (anthracotic pigment); • Pulmonary vessels with altered structure: • hyaline material (small arteries and veins); • Lung parenchyma with altered structure: • focal interstitial fibrosis • Special stains: Elastic stains, stains of reticular fibers, application of monoclonal antibodies against the various types of collagen, morphometry. Hallmark of Diagnosis: Diffuse emphysema with atrophic interalveolar septula, deposits of anthracotic pigment, hyaline scars.

The changes are hardly visible by light microscopy, and morphometric (stereologic) measurements have to be applied except in cases with clearly demonstrable emphysema. »Descriptors: Lung parenchyma with preserved structure: • enlarged distant air spaces • atrophic interalveolar septula • dust (anthracotic pigment); • Pulmonary vessels with altered structure: • hyaline material (small arteries and veins); • Lung parenchyma with altered structure: • focal interstitial fibrosis • Special stains: Elastic stains, stains of reticular fibers, application of monoclonal antibodies against the various types of collagen, morphometry.

Descriptors: Lung parenchyma with preserved structure: • macrophages (glycogen deposits) • Special stains: PAS, endogenous lectins. Hallmark of Diagnosis: Clinical history, intraalveolar accumulation of glycogen-laden macrophages, biochemical identification of acid maltase deficiency. Differential diagnosis: Desquamative interstitial pneumonitis, chronic obstructive lung disease, etc. Pulmonary symptoms may be related to dysfunction of the diaphragm or unrelated intrinsic lung diseases. Acinus Cell Tumor Definition: Generally benign tumor of the major bronchi arising from acinus cells.

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