Cardiac Pathology: Coronary artery: Propagating thrombus

01 April 2011
Presented by Mary Sheppard.

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An autopsy specimen from a 41 year old woman admitted in December 1963 with 45 per cent full thickness burns, due to her nightdress catching alight from a coal fire which she was bending over drying her hair. She died of a coronary thrombosis six weeks later.

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