By Philip T. Cagle MD, Timothy C. Allen MD JD, Roberto Barrios MD, Carlos Bedrossian MD, Megan K. Dishop MD, Armando Fraire MD, Abida K. Haque MD, Keith M. Kerr MD, Alvaro C. Laga MD, Mary L. Ostrowski MD, Anna Sienko MD
Prepared by means of well known specialists in pulmonary pathology, this accomplished and profusely illustrated text-atlas provides a multimodality method of the prognosis of lung disease—preparing you to stand your subsequent problem with confidence.
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3 Longitudinal section of respiratory bronchiole (lumen lined by bronchiolar epithelium and alveoli) branching into alveolar ducts (lumens lined by alveoli only). 4 Higher power shows respiratory bronchiole lined on one side by simple columnar epithelium and alveoli on the other side; it is accompanied by a small arterial vessel. 5 Alveolar duct consists of tubular space lined by alveoli and terminates in alveolar sacs. 6 Alveolar ducts have walls composed of alveoli. Cagle_Sec01_ch1-6_001-018 8/9/04 9:57 AM Page 8 Cagle_Sec01_ch1-6_001-018 8/9/04 9:57 AM Page 9 Blood Vessels and Lymphatics 3 .
In inflammatory conditions, systemic blood vessels may invade the visceral pleura in adhesions between the visceral pleura and chest wall. The visceral pleura has branches of the vagus nerve and sympathetic trunk but does not contain pain nerve fibers. Pleuritic chest pain always originates in the parietal pleura. Histologic Features: ■ The pleural membranes are composed of a single layer of simple flat surface cells known as mesothelial cells resting on a connective tissue layer that contains collagen and elastic fibers.
4 Higher power shows respiratory bronchiole lined on one side by simple columnar epithelium and alveoli on the other side; it is accompanied by a small arterial vessel. 5 Alveolar duct consists of tubular space lined by alveoli and terminates in alveolar sacs. 6 Alveolar ducts have walls composed of alveoli. Cagle_Sec01_ch1-6_001-018 8/9/04 9:57 AM Page 8 Cagle_Sec01_ch1-6_001-018 8/9/04 9:57 AM Page 9 Blood Vessels and Lymphatics 3 . Alvaro C. Laga . Timothy Allen . Philip T. Cagle The pulmonary vasculature involved in gas exchange includes pulmonary arteries and arterioles that bring blood relatively low in oxygen and high in carbon dioxide from the heart to the gas exchange areas, alveolar capillaries where the gas exchange occurs, and pulmonary venules and veins that return oxygenated blood to the heart.