By Marluce Bibbo, David C. Wilbur

This best-selling publication will give you a complete advisor to the diagnostic purposes of exfoliative and aspiration cytology. The publication takes a systemic technique and covers the famous common and irregular cytological findings encountered in a specific organ. acceptable histopathological correlations and a attention of the potential differential prognosis accompany the cytological findings.

The publication is lavishly illustrated, making it the precise functional source for day-by-day reference within the laboratory.

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C. ) Fig. * Large clump of ink particles in lumen of principal excurrent canal. Twenty-four hours postinjection; 1 0 X . (From Cheng et al, 1968a. Courtesy T. C. Cheng. ) * All sections stained with hematoxylin and eosine. CE, carmine particles in excurrent canal; EC, excurrent canal; IA, ink-laden archaeocytes; IC, ink clot; IE, ink particles in excurrent canal. Fig. 9. Graph showing the percentages of each of the 5 types of parenchymal cells in the Terpios zeteki at time intervals postinjection of india ink.

Among the several worms with repaired tail wounds described by Allgen, there were two of particular interest. In one of these, a male Eurystomatina ornatum from the French Mediterranean coast, the entire tail had been destroyed along with a short preanal portion of the body. A portion of the spicular apparatus, the posterior supplementary auxiliary organ, was lost, leaving the anterior auxiliary organ as the only intact part of the spicular apparatus. The posterior end of the body was rounded and covered with a thickened cuticle.

The loss of fluid and packing of erythrocytes increase the viscosity of the blood in the capil­ laries, resulting in reduced blood flow (stasis). At the same time, the white cells orient along the periphery of the capillary wall (pavementing) in preparation for their emigration into the injured area. One of the cardinal signs of inflammation is loss of function of the injured tissue. The other cardinal signs are redness, swelling, heat, and pain (the rubor, tumor, calor, and dolor of Celsus). Redness is an early sign of inflammation, and results from accumulation and stasis of erythro­ cytes in the area of injury.

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