Naked Pathology

Video commentaries of human histopathology specimens from London pathology museums. Produced by Jem Rashbass for the Royal College of Pathologists, London.

01 August 2011

A 1952 operative resection specimen from a 52 year old woman who had had a large goitre for two years associated only...

01 August 2011

A sagittal section of primate brain showing cysticercosis.

01 August 2011

A 1927 autopsy specimen from a stillborn foetus. Mother was a primagravida and the stillbirth occurred after an...

01 August 2011

A 1961 Ugandan autopsy specimen. The specimen is a parasagittal section through the base of the skull of a male aged 13...

01 August 2011

A 1948 autopsy specimen from a 43 year old man who collapsed at work and was taken semiconscious to his local hospital...

01 August 2011

A 1946 autopsy specimen from a 67 year old female admitted with loss of energy and drowsiness. On examination, she was...

01 August 2011

A selection of autopsy cardiac specimens comprising Starr-Edwards silastic ball valves, a Bjork-Shiley tilting valve...

01 August 2011

A 1974 autopsy specimen from a 25 year old male who died on ITU of multiorgan failure. The lung shows the features of...

01 August 2011

A 1954 autopsy specimen consisting of a slice of indurated lung showing bronchiectasis and cystic cavitation with...

01 August 2011

A 1957 autopsy specimen from a 55 year old man who collapsed in the street and was brought dead to the Bethnal Green...

01 August 2011

An autopsy specimen from a 60 year old hypertensive man, one month before death he had an attack of dizziness, with...

01 August 2011

A 1961 autopsy specimen from a 44 year old woman who was first admitted to Guy's four years before her death....

01 August 2011

A pot showing one half of a resected left lung showing multiple small foci of tuberculous caseation with developing...

01 August 2011

A 1964 autopsy specimen from a 76 year old woman admitted in congestive heart failure. A rumbling apical diastolic...

01 August 2011

A collection of gallstones found during routine autopsy in 75 successive cases, covering a wide field of trauma and...

01 July 2011

An autopsy specimen consisting of a slice of lung from a fatal case of melioidosis. The cut surface of the ling shows...

01 July 2011

An 1866 autopsy specimen from a 19 year old male, admitted under Dr. Habershon for heart disease. He had always been...

01 July 2011

A 1927 autopsy specimen from a 67 year old man admitted with subcostal pain and a swelling in the right hypochondrium....

01 July 2011

An autopsy specimen from a fatal case of amoebic infection. No further clinical information is available. The specimen...

01 July 2011

A 1973 autopsy specimen from a male infant who died at five months of age. He was born at term after a normal pregnancy...

01 July 2011

An autopsy specimen from a 52 year old female who was admitted in May 1981 with right sided hemiplegia. At the time of...

01 July 2011

A 1953 autopsy specimen from an 82 year old lady who had been confined to bed for five days with pain in the upper...

01 July 2011

This 34 year old woman developed intermittent lower abdominal pain with loose diarrhoea containing mucus. The symptoms...

01 July 2011

An autopsy specimen from a 36 year old male who, having joined the army in "A1" condition subsequently...