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Myocardial ischemia and infarction

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Myocardial ischemia and infarction
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Pneumonia (normal on left)
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Mitochondrial swelling
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Renal cell swelling (Normal on left)
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Steatosis (Liver)
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Atrophic muscle
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Unilateral renal atrophy
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Alzheimer's (atrophic on right)
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Hypertrophy of uterus during pregnancy
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Hypertrophic Heart
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Ischaemic coagulative necrosis
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Liquefactive Necrosis
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Liquefactive necrosis
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Caseous Necrosis
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Acute appendicitis
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Meningitis
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Pneumonia (normal on right)
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Acute cellulitis
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Abscess with liquefactive necrosis
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Margination of neutrophils
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Rheumatoid arthritis
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Chronic Pancreatitis
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Granulomatous inflammation, granuloma (not granulation tissue)
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Ulceration (Healing aberration)
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Keloid (healing aberration)
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Excess collagen (healing aberration)
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Contracture (healing aberration)
Scar tissue
Granulation tissue
Excess of scar tissue
Hypertrophic scar
Blood clot
Thrombus
Cells get bigger
Hypertrophy