[Pathomorphological changes in the lung in acute posthemorrhagic anemia].


Lung tissue was histologically studied in 30 cadavers of those who had died from acute hemorrhage. When death occurred, several minutes after blood were marked by emphysema without alveolar edema and lymph-macrophageal infiltration of interalveolar septa whereas 1.5-2 hours after blood loss, emphysematous changes in lung tissues were accompanied with… (More)


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