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|History of Illness||Description of Specimen||Microscopic Appearances||Comment|
This specimen shows a slice of the left lung affected by pneumonia, caused by a virulent form of bacteria. The acute inflammation caused by the infection resulted in the solidification of the lower lobe, which became filled with inflammatory cells and exuded plasma rather than air.
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