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More Photographs of Normal & Diseased Lungs
Excellent photographs, pictures and x-rays
of normal and
diseased lungs courtesy of Dr. Frederic W. Grannis Jr., MD, a thoracic surgeon.
We thank him very much for allowing us to use them on our
Bronchiectasis is seen
here. The repeated episodes of
inflammation can result in scarring, which has resulted
in fibrous adhesions between the lobes.
Below the white arrow can be seen a
fibrous band in
a peripheral pulmonary artery from a remote
organized pulmonary thromboembolus.
A medium-sized thromboembolus
to the lung.
Thromboembolus of the pulmonary artery
Pulmonary thromboembolus in
a large pulmonary artery
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