This unit will focus on aspects of "compartmentalization" of body water, states of vascular congestion and hemostasis. We will be discussing pulmonary and other organ consequences of congestive heart failure, and in this context you will need to understand the difference between a transudate and an exudate. If these ideas are unclear, better review them in your lecture notes.
|Slide 14, lung with pulmonary embolus.||Slide 43, heart with myocardial infarction.||Slide 44, myocardial infarction with mural thrombus.||Slide 74, Pulmonary congestion||Slide 100, lung with pulmonary hypertension, and embolization.|
|Slide 108, lung with pulmonary embolus.||Slide 110, artery with atherosclerosis and thrombosis.||Slide 114, Splenic infarct||Slide 135, kidney with disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC).||Slide 201,
|Normal Kidney||Normal lung||Normal heart||Normal spleen||A 17 year-old girl with a story of a PE|
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