[A pathological report of three COVID-19 cases by minimally invasive autopsies].

  title={[A pathological report of three COVID-19 cases by minimally invasive autopsies].},
  author={Xiaohong Yao and T Y Li and Zengpin He and Yifang Ping and H W Liu and S C Yu and Huaming Mou and L H Wang and H. Zhang and Wen-juan Fu and Tao Luo and F Liu and C Chen and H. L. Xiao and H. Guo and S. Lin and Dong-fang Xiang and Y. Shi and Q R Li and X. Huang and Yong Cui and X. Li and W Tang and Pinghua Pan and X. Huang and Y Q Ding and Xiu-wu Bian},
  journal={Zhonghua bing li xue za zhi = Chinese journal of pathology},
  volume={49 0},
  • X. Yao, T. Li, X. Bian
  • Published 15 March 2020
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Zhonghua bing li xue za zhi = Chinese journal of pathology
Objective: To investigate the pathological characteristics and the clinical significance of novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV)-infected pneumonia (termed by WHO as corona virus disease 2019, COVID-19). Methods: Minimally invasive autopsies from lung, heart, kidney, spleen, bone marrow, liver, pancreas, stomach, intestine, thyroid and skin were performed on three patients died of novel coronavirus pneumonia in Chongqing, China. Hematoxylin and eosin staining (HE) and histochemical staining were… 
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