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The Gordon R. Hennigar Pathology Museum Collection

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Liver: Multiple Adenomas
Liver: Multiple Adenomas Multiple liver cell adenomas . COMMENT(#49 & #50): Good examples of multiple adenomas; areas of infarction/hemorrhage often found (remember microscopic characteristics).
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Liver: Multiple Adenomas
Liver: Multiple Adenomas Multiple liver cell adenomas. COMMENT(#49 & #50): Good examples of multiple adenomas; areas of infarction/hemorrhage often found (remember microscopic characteristics).
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Liver: Hepatocellular Carcinoma, Laennec's Cirrhosis
Liver: Hepatocellular Carcinoma, Laennec's Cirrhosis Hepatocellular carcinoma in Laennec's cirrhosis. COMMENT: Although more likely to occur in postnecrotic cirrhosis, can see this in Laennec's cirrhosis (mass in upper right = tumor)
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Liver: Acute Hepatic Necrosis
Liver: Acute Hepatic Necrosis Acute hepatic necrosis secondary to occlusion of hepatic veins by renal cell carcinoma and thrombus ). COMMENT: Note thrombosed veins (arrows) and adjacent necrosis (dark areas). Remember tendency of renal cell carcinoma to invade vascular structures (i.e., renal veins to IVC and out hepatic veins).
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Liver: Primary Hepatoma--Cholangiocarcinoma
Liver: Primary Hepatoma--Cholangiocarcinoma Primary hepatoma--cholangiocarcinoma. COMMENT: Good portion of specimen occupied by solid white tumor (arrow) infiltrating liver
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Liver: Cholangiocarcinoma
Liver: Cholangiocarcinoma Cholangiocarcinoma. COMMENT: Diffuse involvement by tumor (Green = ""normal"" liver)--small areas of infarct also present (arrows)
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Liver: Cholangiocarcinoma
Liver: Cholangiocarcinoma Cholangiocarcinoma and metastatic oat cell carcinoma in liver. COMMENT: Central carved-out area represents focus of cholangiocarcinoma; nodular areas=metastatic oat cell (lung) tumor (A81-512)
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Liver: Adenocarcinoma of Bile Duct
Liver: Adenocarcinoma of Bile Duct Adenocarcinoma of bile duct. COMMENT: Tumor involves central portion of specimen--obviously in this and above five specimens, the histologic appearance is crucial to the diagnosis
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Liver: Hepatoblastoma
Liver: Hepatoblastoma Hepatoblastoma (mixed type) . COMMENT: Rare malignant tumor of liver in infancy and childhood with histologic picture consisting of cells resembling fetal liver cells, undifferentiated cells or occasionally admixed with other connective tissue elements. Prognosis usually better than hepatocellular carcinoma
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Liver: Metastatic Oat Cell Carcinoma of Lung
Liver: Metastatic Oat Cell Carcinoma of Lung Oat cell carcinoma of lung metastatic to liver. COMMENT (#60-64): Metastatic tumors in liver characteristically have central necrosis (umbilicated appearance through the capsule) due to outgrowth of blood/nutrient supply--other than this, variations in appearance may reflect origin of tumor i.e., the melanoma is represented by both pigmented and non-pigmented (amelanotic) metastases; choriocarcinoma typically is hemorrhagic. The cholelithiasis in #64 is unrelated to metastatic tumor)
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Liver: Metastatic Breast Carcinoma
Liver: Metastatic Breast Carcinoma Metastatic breast carcinoma
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Liver: Metastatic Ovarian Carcinoid
Liver: Metastatic Ovarian Carcinoid Ovarian carcinoid metastatic to liver
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Liver: Metastatic Malignant Melanoma
Liver: Metastatic Malignant Melanoma Malignant melanoma metastatic to liver and spleen (no number). COMMENT (#60-64): Metastatic tumors in liver characteristically have central necrosis (umbilicated appearance through the capsule) due to outgrowth of blood/nutrient supply--other than this, variations in appearance may reflect origin of tumor i.e., the melanoma is represented by both pigmented and non-pigmented (amelanotic) metastases; choriocarcinoma typically is hemorrhagic. The cholelithiasis in #64 is unrelated to metastatic tumor)
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Liver: Metastatic Choriocarcinoma
Liver: Metastatic Choriocarcinoma Metastatic choriocarcinoma to liver from testis. COMMENT (#60-64): Metastatic tumors in liver characteristically have central necrosis (umbilicated appearance through the capsule) due to outgrowth of blood/nutrient supply--other than this, variations in appearance may reflect origin of tumor i.e., the melanoma is represented by both pigmented and non-pigmented (amelanotic) metastases; choriocarcinoma typically is hemorrhagic. The cholelithiasis in #64 is unrelated to metastatic tumor)
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Liver: Atherosclerotic Aneurysm of Hepatic Artery
Liver: Atherosclerotic Aneurysm of Hepatic Artery Atherosclerotic aneurysm of hepatic artery. COMMENT: Unusual manifestation of atherosclerosis
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Liver: Metastatic Choriocarcinoma
Liver: Metastatic Choriocarcinoma Metastatic choriocarcinoma; multifaceted pigment stones in gallbladder. COMMENT (#60-64): Metastatic tumors in liver characteristically have central necrosis (umbilicated appearance through the capsule) due to outgrowth of blood/nutrient supply--other than this, variations in appearance may reflect origin of tumor i.e., the melanoma is represented by both pigmented and non-pigmented (amelanotic) metastases; choriocarcinoma typically is hemorrhagic. The cholelithiasis in #64 is unrelated to metastatic tumor)
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Liver: Laceration
Liver: Laceration Laceration of liver
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Liver: Halothane Hepatitis
Liver: Halothane Hepatitis Halothane hepatitis. Comment: (Both this and above specimen have bile stained fluid in the preservative) Dark areas probably represent the areas of necrosis; some of these areas interconnect; remaining cells may contain some fat.
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Liver: Multiple Infarction, Ischemic Heart Disease
Liver: Multiple Infarction, Ischemic Heart Disease Multiple infarction of liver--ischemic heart disease. Comment: Multifocal areas of infarction are present--easiest to see are white, sharply demarcated, with irregular borders.
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Liver: Biliary Atresia
Liver: Biliary Atresia Biliary atresia in 3 y.o. with biliary cirrhosis, esophageal varices and congested spleen. COMMENT: (#36-#37): Biliary cirrhosis--two examples--of the secondary type, i.e., secondary to atresia (or obstruction) of extrahepatic or intrahepatic bile ducts. Both are examples of micronodular cirrhosis. In the first, ectasia of intrahepatic bile ducts can be appreciated. In the second, appreciate the blood-filled submucosal esophageal varices and the enormous spleen with focal subcapsular infarcts (at top) (compare size of spleen with esophagus to appreciate the splenomegaly).