General Pathology 601 for Dental Students

Lab 2

(4) Acute peritonitis: The loops of bowel are plastered together with yellowish fibrinous exudate containing a large number of neutrophils. When this process heals, what complications may develop? 

 

 

acute peritonitis
   

(5) Acute purulent inflammation (acute pyelonephritis): The kidney contains a large amount of purulent material in the calyceal system.

 

purulent kidneys
   
(6) Ulcer (stomach): This sharply punched out gastric ulcer has been present for some time as judged by the amount of puckering of the surrounding mucosa and by the undermining and depth of the ulcer. Frequently, vessels in the base of the ulcers will ulcerate and the patient will bleed profusely, if not fatally.
stomach ulcer

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