Infectious Disease: Lymphoreticular: Lymph Node: Tuberculosis

An autopsy specimen from a woman who died of pernicious anaemia in 1924. No evidence of active pulmonary tuberculosis was found. The specimen consists of the opened bronchi with a...
01 May 2011
Presented by Sebastian Lucas

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Carinal lymph node (tuberculosis)

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An autopsy specimen from a woman who died of pernicious anaemia in 1924. No evidence of active pulmonary tuberculosis was found. The specimen consists of the opened bronchi with a carinal lymph node showing old tuberculous caseation and calcification.

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