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Plate 21. Fig. I.-Diffuse Amyloid Degeneration of the Spleen

(Bacon Spleen). X 250.
Fig. II.-Advanced Diffuse Amyloid Degeneration of the

Spleen. X 70.
Plate 22. Fig. I.-Amyloid Degeneration of the Splenic Follicles

(Sago Spleen). X 24.
Fig. II.-Amyloid Degeneration of the Spleen (Sago

Spleen). X 260.
Plate 23. Fig. I. -Spleen in Acute Leukemia. X 300.
Fig. II.-Staphylococcal Emboli of the Spleen in Pyemia.

x 70.
Plate 24. Fig. I.-Tuberculosis of the Spleen. X 92.
Fig. II. - From the Center of a Spleen-Follicle in Diph-

theria. X 745.
Plate 25. Fig. 1.—Bone-marrow in Pernicious Anemia. From the

Diaphysis of the Humerus. X 520.
Fig. II.-Bone-marrow in Acute Leukemia.

X 640.
Plate 26. Fig. 1.-Diphtheria of the Trachea. 18.

Fig. II.-Diphtheria of the Trachea. X 130.
Plate 27. Fig. 1. -Ulcers of the Larynx in Typhoid Fever. x 35.

Fig. II.-Pachydermia Laryngis. X 60.
Plate 28. Fig. I.-Tuberculosis of the Larynx. X 16.

Fig. II. —Tuberculosis of a Large Bronchus. X 54.
Plate 29. Fig. I.—Ectasia of a Small Bronchus. X 10.

Fig. II.—The Wall of an Ectatic Bronchus. X 127.
Plate 30. Fig. I.—Colloid Goiter. x 56.
Fig. II.- Parenchymatous Goiter with Hyaline Degenera-

tion of the Interstitial Substance. X 70.
Plate 31. Fig. I.-Fetal Atelectasis of the Lung. X 70.
Fig. II.--Compression Atelectasis of the Lung in Sero-

fibrinous Pleuritis. X 70.
Plate 32. Fig. I.-Anthracosis of the Lung. X 100.

Fig. II.—Siderosis of the Lung (Red Iron Lung). X 300.
Plate 33. Fig. 1.- Emphysema of the Lung.

Fig. II. - - Emphysema of the Lung. 340.

Fig. III.-Emphysema of the Lung (Injected). X 54.
Plate 34. Fig. I.-Brown Induration of the Lung. X 130.

Fig. II.—Passive Hyperemia of the Lung. X 250.
Plate 35. Fig. I.—Peripheral Zone of a Hemorrhagic Infarction of

the Lung. X 40.
Fig. II.-Fat Embolism of the Lung in Fracture of a Long

Bone. X 300.
Plate 36. Fig. I.-Edema of the Lung. X 127.

Fig. II. - Marantic Splenization of the Lung. X 360.
Fig. III. - Beginning Red Hepatization of the Lung in

Croupous Pneumonia. x 340.
Plate 37. Fig. 1.-Croupous Pneumonia at the Height of Hepatiza-

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Plate 37. Fig. II. -Croupous Pneumonia, Stage of Gray Hepatiza

tion. X 360. Plate 38. Fig. 1.-“ Carnification” of the Lung, Following Croup

ous Pneumonia. X 170. Fig. II. -Organization of the Exudate in Bronchopneu

monia. X 200. Plate 39. Fig. I. -- Beginning Catarrhal Pneumonia. X 250. Fig. II. -Peribronchial Inflammatory Area with Beginning

Extension to the Surrounding Lung Tissue.

x 80. Plate 40. Fig. I.-Lobular (Purulent) Bronchopneumonia Follow

ing Diphtheria. X 250. Fig. II. —Postdiphtheric Lobular Pneumonia. X 280. Plate 41. Fig. I.-Embolic Abscess of the Lung in Pyemia. X 75.

Fig. II. -Caseous Bronchitis. X 40.
Plate 42. Fig. I.—Miliary Tuberculosis of the Lung. X 35.

Fig. II.-Caseous Pneumonia. X 70.
Plate 43. Fig. 1.–Miliary Tuberculous Pneumonia. x 170.
Fig. II. —Caseation of the Exudate of an Alveolus in Case-

ous Pneumonia. x 360. Plate 44. Fig. I.- Desquamative Pneumonia (Buhl) Surrounding a

Tuberculous Area of the Lung. X 340.
Fig. II.-Proliferation and Desquamation of the Alve-

olar Epithelium in Tuberculous Pneumonia.

X 520.
Plate 45. Fig. I. – Wall of a Tuberculous Cavity of the Lung with

Apex Cirrhosis." x 16.
Fig. II.-Slaty Induration of the Lung in Obsolete Apex

Tuberculosis. X 55.
Plate 46. ig. I.-Syphilitic“ White" Pneumonia of the New-born.

x 250. Fig. II.-Indurative Interstitial Pneumonia in Congenital

Syphilis. X 80. Plate 47. Fig. I.-Acute Fibrinous Pleuritis in Croupous Pneu

monia. X 66. Fig. II.--Beginning Organization in Fibrinous Pleuritis.

x 340. Plate 48. Fig. I.–Variola Vera of the Tongre. X 75.

Fig. II.—Tuberculosis of the Pharynx. X 75.
Plate 49. Fig. I.-Diphtheria of the Pharynx. 80.

Fig. II.- Diphtheria of the Tonsils. X 280.
Plate 50. Fig. I.-Acute (Purulent) Embolic Parotitis. X 70.

Fig. II.-Thrush Vegetations in Esophagus. X 270.
Plate 51. Fig. I.-Chronic Granular Gastritis. X 30.

Fig. II.-Chronic Catarrh of the Stomach. X 160.
Plate 52. Fig. I.—Hemorrhagic, Necrotic Gastritis in Phosphorus

Poisoning. x 80.
Fig. II.-Hemorrhagic Erosion of the Stomach. X 57.


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Plate 53. Fig. I.-Round Ulcer of the Stomach with Erosion of a


x 16.
Fig. II.-Border of a Round Ulcer of the Stomach. X 54.
Plate 54. Fig. 1. -Beginning Carcinoma of the Stomach. X 54.
Fig. II.—Marked Stenosis of the Pyloric Orifice, the Re-

sult of a Scirrhous Carcinoma of the Stomach.

X 13.
Plate 55. Fig. 1. -Atrophy of the Large Intestine. X 85.
Fig. II. -Brown Atrophy of the Muscularis of the Small In-

testine in the Cachexia of Carcinoma. X 330. Plate 56. Fig. 1.--Diphtheric Colitis in Corrosive Sublimate Poison

ing. X 20.
Fig. II.-Dysentery of the Large Intestine. X 50.
Plate 57. Fig. I.-Marked Swelling of a Lymph-follicle of the Large

Intestine in Typhoid Fever. x 50.
Fig. II.-Marked Swelling of a Lymph-follicle with Begin-

ning Necrosis in Typhoid Fever. x 50.
Plate 58. Fig. I.-Ulcer after Detachment of the Slough in Typhoid

Fever. x 50.
Fig. II.-Intestinal Lymphangitis. Cellular “thrombus”

in a lymph-vessel of the Submucosa of the

Large Intestine in Dysentery.' X 360.
Plate 59. Fig. 1.—Beginning Tuberculosis in the Vermiform Ap-

pendix. X 80.
Fig. II.-Border of a Tuberculous Ulcer of the Intestine.

X 80.
Plate 60. Fig. I.-Beginning Purulent Peritonitis Twenty-four

hours after Ligating the Intestine. X 625.
Fig. II.-Tuberculous peritonitis. X 72.

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