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Pictures of Normal and Diseased Lungs

The following 6 pages contain excellent photographs, pictures and x-rays of smokers lungs, showing both normal and diseased lungs so please be sure to have a look at all of the pages. They images are being included on our website courtesy of Dr. Frederic W. Grannis Jr., MD, a thoracic surgeon. We thank him very much for allowing us to use them on our website!


Normal Lung Tissue

Emphysema Lung

Diseased Lung Tissue


An 80 year old - Normal Lung



The chest and abdominal cavities are opened here at autopsy. The lungs in the chest have a normal pink aerated appearance with minimal anthracotic pigmentation, because this 80 year old male never smoked and never allowed smoking in his workplace. The mediastinum contains mostly fat. The pericardial sac around the heart has not been opened.The diaphragmatic domes extend upward to the level of the 6th ribs.

Normal and Diseased Lungs

Smokers Lungs
Normal and Diseased Lungs



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Updated November 2018