Naked Pathology

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

01 July 2011

A resin cast preparation of the coronary arteries demonstrating the minimal but definite collateral circulation between...

01 July 2011

A 1935 autopsy specimen from an adult male resident in an endemic area of Chagas disease, Minas Gerais, Brazil. No...

01 July 2011

1954 autopsy specimens from a 69 year old woman. She complained of pain in the chest during the day, retired to bed at...

01 July 2011

A 1946 autopsy specimen from a 29 year old man, engaged in excavation work at Chingford, was knocked down and crushed...

01 July 2011

A 1935 operative resection specimen from a50 year old insurance clerk, ill for three months with dysphagia, flatulence...

01 July 2011

An autopsy specimen from a 59 year old man admitted with chest pain. An antero-septal infarct was diagnosed. He...

01 July 2011

An autopsy specimen from a 34 yr old woman with dilated cardiomyopathy who had been in congestive cardiac failure in...

01 July 2011

A 1925 surgical resection specimen from the London Hospital, comprising a hemisected lower leg including half of the...

01 July 2011

A 1975 autopsy specimen from a 50 year old woman with a long history of chronic bronchitis and emphysema. The specimen...

01 July 2011

A 1976 autopsy specimen from a 73 year old woman who developed tabesdorsalis in 1952, aortic incompetence in 1957, sero...

01 July 2011

A 1948 autopsy specimen, from a 67 year old man who died following a coronary thrombosis. There had been recent...

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

A 1946 autopsy specimen from a 35 year old clerk, who had had rheumatic fever at the age of 13 and was confined to bed...

01 July 2011

George B., aged 48 years, was admitted under Sir Arbuthnot Lane for constipation and abdominal distension dating from...

01 July 2011

An autopsy specimen consisting of the larynx and upper trachea from an African male, age 54, with longstanding...

01 July 2011

A 1971 operative resection specimen, from the Dreadnought hospital, consisting of part of a warty skin nodule (...

01 July 2011

A 1969 autopsy specimen from a 60 year old male, who had undergone aortic valve replacement ten years previously for...

01 July 2011

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

01 July 2011

A 1948 autopsy specimen from a woman aged 53 years, who had had difficulty in swallowing for about eight years before...

01 July 2011

An operative resection specimen from a 26 year old woman who first presented with bloody diarrhoea in 1969. Rectal...

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 1947 autopsy specimen from a 56 year old man who dropped dead while walking across Tower bridge. He had no previous...

01 July 2011

An 1899 autopsy specimen from an 8 month old child admitted on July 20th for convulsions, which had commenced five days...

01 July 2011

A 1954 autopsy specimen from a 44 year old woman. She complained of pain in the mid and lower abdomen on January 23rd,...