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By Marluce Bibbo, David C. Wilbur

This best-selling e-book will give you a finished consultant to the diagnostic functions of exfoliative and aspiration cytology. The publication takes a systemic technique and covers the well-known general and irregular cytological findings encountered in a selected organ. applicable histopathological correlations and a attention of the prospective differential analysis accompany the cytological findings.

The e-book is lavishly illustrated, making it the proper sensible source for day-by-day reference within the laboratory.

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Keratin or certain neurofilaments) are hallmarks of cell injury; thus, keratin intermediate filaments coalesce into cytoplasmic eosinophilic inclusions called alcoholic hyaline (Chapter 18), and the neurofibrillary tangle in Alzheimer’s disease contains neurofilaments (Chapter 28). Aggregates of abnormal proteins. , genetic mutations, aging, and so on), either intracellular and/or extracellular, can cause pathologic change; extracellular amyloid is an example. 20 General Pathology Hyaline Change (p.

IL-1 production is controlled by a multi-protein, intracellular complex dubbed the inflammasome; it is responsive to various microbial and necrotic cell triggers. Inflammasomes activate caspase family members to cleave inactive IL-1 precursors into the biologically active cytokine. , familial Mediterranean fever). Affected individuals have fever and inflammatory symptoms without overt provocation, and they may also develop amyloidosis (Chapter 6) due to chronic inflammation. Urate acid crystals may also directly activate the inflammasome pathway, leading to the inflammation associated with gout (Chapter 26).

With stasis, leukocytes—mostly neutrophils—accumulate along the endothelium (marginate) and are activated by mediators to increase adhesion molecule expression and migrate through the vessel wall. Increased Vascular Permeability (p. , through reactive oxygen species) • Immediate and sustained endothelial leakage • Increased transcytosis: • Transendothelial channels form by interconnection of vesicles derived from the vesiculovacuolar organelle • Vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) and other factors can induce vascular leakage by increasing the number of these channels • Leakage from new blood vessels: • Endothelial proliferation and capillary sprouting (angiogenesis) result in leaky vessels • Increased permeability persists until the endothelium matures and intercellular junctions form Responses of Lymphatic Vessels (p.

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