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Series: Atlases of Tumor and Non-Tumor Pathology, Series 5
Volume: 17
Published: 15 November 2023
10.55418/9781933477299-ch05
ISBN-10: 1-933477-29-6
ISBN: 978-1-933477-29-9
..., resulting from interruption in fibrous cap AHA Type VI a SMC = smooth muscle cells; AHA = American Heart Association. INCIDENTAL CORONARY ATHEROSCLEROSIS Figure 5-1 INCIDENTAL CORONARY ATHEROSCLEROSIS Although most of this coronary artery demonstrated no significant narrowing, a moderately...
Book Chapter
Series: Atlases of Tumor and Non-Tumor Pathology, Series 5
Volume: 17
Published: 15 November 2023
10.55418/9781933477299-ch06
ISBN-10: 1-933477-29-6
ISBN: 978-1-933477-29-9
...KAWASAKI DISEASE Figure 6-1 KAWASAKI DISEASE Left: Aneurysmal dilatation of the left circumflex coronary artery (yellow arrow) is seen. Above: On cross section, aneurysmal dilatation of the left anterior descending (LAD) artery and a luminal thrombus (yellow asterisk) are evident. KAWASAKI...
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CORONARY <span class="search-highlight">ARTERY</span> STENTS: METHODS FOR PROCESSING  Coronary <span class="search-highlight">artery</span> stents may ...
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CORONARY ARTERY STENTS: METHODS FOR PROCESSING Figure 5-27 CORONARY ARTERY STENTS: METHODS FOR PROCESSING Coronary artery stents may be processed by stent dissolution and standard processing (above) or cutting on a diamond microtome (right). The latter allows for visualization of the physical ste... More about this image found in CORONARY ARTERY STENTS: METHODS FOR PROCESSING Coronary artery stents may ...
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HYPERTENSIVE PULMONARY <span class="search-highlight">ARTERY</span> DILATATION  The diameters of the <span class="search-highlight">artery</span> and p...
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HYPERTENSIVE PULMONARY ARTERY DILATATION Figure 32-8 HYPERTENSIVE PULMONARY ARTERY DILATATION The diameters of the artery and partner airway should be similar, but in chronic pulmonary hypertension there is histologic arterial dilatation (elastic tissue stain). More about this image found in HYPERTENSIVE PULMONARY ARTERY DILATATION The diameters of the artery and p...
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PATENT DUCTAL <span class="search-highlight">ARTERY</span>: STRUCTURAL VARIANTS  Left: The <span class="search-highlight">artery</span> is widely paten...
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PATENT DUCTAL ARTERY: STRUCTURAL VARIANTS Figure 35-20 PATENT DUCTAL ARTERY: STRUCTURAL VARIANTS Left: The artery is widely patent and was associated with irreversible pulmonary hypertension, in an adult (window method of dissection). Right: Long, narrow ductal artery (type E), in a neonate. The... More about this image found in PATENT DUCTAL ARTERY: STRUCTURAL VARIANTS Left: The artery is widely paten...
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CORONARY <span class="search-highlight">ARTERY</span> ANOMALIES  Single coronary <span class="search-highlight">artery</span> with subpulmonary intramy...
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CORONARY ARTERY ANOMALIES Figure 39-33 CORONARY ARTERY ANOMALIES Single coronary artery with subpulmonary intramyocardial course. Left: The LCA arises from the proximal RCA and travels within infundibular myocardium to the anterior interventricular groove where it branches into the LAD and LCX, ... More about this image found in CORONARY ARTERY ANOMALIES Single coronary artery with subpulmonary intramy...
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CORONARY <span class="search-highlight">ARTERY</span> ANOMALIES  Single coronary <span class="search-highlight">artery</span> with atretic proximal seg...
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CORONARY ARTERY ANOMALIES Figure 39-34 CORONARY ARTERY ANOMALIES Single coronary artery with atretic proximal segment. Left: The LMA was atretic, so a bypass graft was inserted between the ascending aorta and the LAD-LCX confluence, in a toddler with a Fontan procedure for pulmonary atresia with... More about this image found in CORONARY ARTERY ANOMALIES Single coronary artery with atretic proximal seg...
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CORONARY <span class="search-highlight">ARTERY</span> ANOMALIES  Origin from the main pulmonary <span class="search-highlight">artery</span>.  A: The L...
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CORONARY ARTERY ANOMALIES Figure 39-35 CORONARY ARTERY ANOMALIES Origin from the main pulmonary artery. A: The LCA arises from the left pulmonary sinus of Valsalva, in an infant. B: The RCA and two conus arteries arise from the right aortic sinus, without an LCA ostium (same specimen as in A). ... More about this image found in CORONARY ARTERY ANOMALIES Origin from the main pulmonary artery. A: The L...
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CORONARY <span class="search-highlight">ARTERY</span> ANOMALIES  Origin from a pulmonary <span class="search-highlight">artery</span> branch. The LCX a...
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CORONARY ARTERY ANOMALIES Figure 39-36 CORONARY ARTERY ANOMALIES Origin from a pulmonary artery branch. The LCX arises from the right pulmonary artery, in a toddler with a persistent truncal artery. Compression during bilateral pulmonary artery banding led to myocardial infarction, left ventricul... More about this image found in CORONARY ARTERY ANOMALIES Origin from a pulmonary artery branch. The LCX a...
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INTRAMURAL CORONARY <span class="search-highlight">ARTERIES</span>  From an undulating epicardial <span class="search-highlight">artery</span>, traveli...
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INTRAMURAL CORONARY ARTERIES Figure 1-32 INTRAMURAL CORONARY ARTERIES From an undulating epicardial artery, traveling from left to right (black arrows), its myocardial branches arise perpendicularly (yellow arrows), analogous to septal perforators. More about this image found in INTRAMURAL CORONARY ARTERIES From an undulating epicardial artery, traveli...
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PULMONARY <span class="search-highlight">ARTERIES</span>  Left: Right pulmonary <span class="search-highlight">artery</span> travels anterior to the up...
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PULMONARY ARTERIES Figure 1-46 PULMONARY ARTERIES Left: Right pulmonary artery travels anterior to the upper lobe bronchus and then arches over the intermediate bronchus and behind the middle lobe bronchus. The left pulmonary artery, in contrast, arches over the left bronchus and behind the upper... More about this image found in PULMONARY ARTERIES Left: Right pulmonary artery travels anterior to the up...
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MUSCULAR <span class="search-highlight">ARTERIES</span>  Muscular <span class="search-highlight">arteries</span> have muscular medias without significa...
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MUSCULAR ARTERIES Figure 3-14 MUSCULAR ARTERIES Muscular arteries have muscular medias without significant elastin. They do, however, have a well-defined internal elastic membrane (IEM) and a more inconspicuous external elastic membrane (EEM). (Left: cross section; right: longitudinal section.) More about this image found in MUSCULAR ARTERIES Muscular arteries have muscular medias without significa...
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CORONARY <span class="search-highlight">ARTERY</span> STENTS: POSTMORTEM X-RAY  After the coronary <span class="search-highlight">arteries</span> are r...
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CORONARY ARTERY STENTS: POSTMORTEM X-RAY Figure 5-26 CORONARY ARTERY STENTS: POSTMORTEM X-RAY After the coronary arteries are removed from the heart, they may be imaged to identify the stents. More about this image found in CORONARY ARTERY STENTS: POSTMORTEM X-RAY After the coronary arteries are r...
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INTRAPARENCHYMAL PULMONARY <span class="search-highlight">ARTERIES</span>  Top: Pulmonary <span class="search-highlight">arteries</span> are identified...
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INTRAPARENCHYMAL PULMONARY ARTERIES Figure 32-2 INTRAPARENCHYMAL PULMONARY ARTERIES Top: Pulmonary arteries are identified by their location adjacent to partner airways. The two should be of similar diameters. The airways tend to be thicker owing to the presence of cartilage. Bottom: Histologica... More about this image found in INTRAPARENCHYMAL PULMONARY ARTERIES Top: Pulmonary arteries are identified...
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PULMONARY <span class="search-highlight">ARTERY</span> ANATOMY  The media of muscular pulmonary <span class="search-highlight">arteries</span> should n...
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PULMONARY ARTERY ANATOMY Figure 32-3 PULMONARY ARTERY ANATOMY The media of muscular pulmonary arteries should normally comprise 10 percent or less of the overall vascular diameter (elastic tissue stain). More about this image found in PULMONARY ARTERY ANATOMY The media of muscular pulmonary arteries should n...
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TETRALOGY OF FALLOT: PULMONARY <span class="search-highlight">ARTERIES</span>  Left: The muscular <span class="search-highlight">artery</span> is thin-...
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TETRALOGY OF FALLOT: PULMONARY ARTERIES Figure 37-9 TETRALOGY OF FALLOT: PULMONARY ARTERIES Left: The muscular artery is thin-walled (Verhoeff-van Gieson stain). Right: There is old organization and recanalization of in situ thrombus. More about this image found in TETRALOGY OF FALLOT: PULMONARY ARTERIES Left: The muscular artery is thin-...
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TRANSPOSITION OF THE GREAT <span class="search-highlight">ARTERIES</span>: PARALLEL GREAT <span class="search-highlight">ARTERIES</span>  Left: Both ar...
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TRANSPOSITION OF THE GREAT ARTERIES: PARALLEL GREAT ARTERIES Figure 37-32 TRANSPOSITION OF THE GREAT ARTERIES: PARALLEL GREAT ARTERIES Left: Both arteries originate perpendicularly from the heart, with a right anterior aorta, in an infant (same as fig. 34-13C ). Right: The ductal artery is pate... More about this image found in TRANSPOSITION OF THE GREAT ARTERIES: PARALLEL GREAT ARTERIES Left: Both ar...
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TRANSPOSITION OF THE GREAT <span class="search-highlight">ARTERIES</span>: <span class="search-highlight">ARTERIAL</span> SWITCH PROCEDURE  Left: Arter...
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TRANSPOSITION OF THE GREAT ARTERIES: ARTERIAL SWITCH PROCEDURE Figure 37-41 TRANSPOSITION OF THE GREAT ARTERIES: ARTERIAL SWITCH PROCEDURE Left: Arterial suture lines are intact, and one coronary artery anastomosis site is apparent (arrow), in a toddler. The neopulmonary artery has been repaired ... More about this image found in TRANSPOSITION OF THE GREAT ARTERIES: ARTERIAL SWITCH PROCEDURE Left: Arter...
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AORTIC ORIGIN OF CONUS CORONARY <span class="search-highlight">ARTERY</span> FROM RIGHT AORTIC SINUS  The ostium ...
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AORTIC ORIGIN OF CONUS CORONARY ARTERY FROM RIGHT AORTIC SINUS Figure 1-36 AORTIC ORIGIN OF CONUS CORONARY ARTERY FROM RIGHT AORTIC SINUS The ostium lies anterior to the right coronary artery ostium (leftward in the specimen). (Aortic valve, opened through its left cusp.) More about this image found in AORTIC ORIGIN OF CONUS CORONARY ARTERY FROM RIGHT AORTIC SINUS The ostium ...
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LEFT CIRCUMFLEX CORONARY <span class="search-highlight">ARTERY</span>: RELATIONSHIPS  Relationship between left c...
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LEFT CIRCUMFLEX CORONARY ARTERY: RELATIONSHIPS Figure 1-37 LEFT CIRCUMFLEX CORONARY ARTERY: RELATIONSHIPS Relationship between left circumflex coronary artery (LCX), coronary sinus (CS), and mitral annulus. The dominant LCX first travels a short distance above the CS, then courses medially betwee... More about this image found in LEFT CIRCUMFLEX CORONARY ARTERY: RELATIONSHIPS Relationship between left c...