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Ultrastructural Pathology of the Cell and Matrix : A Text and Atlas of Physiological and Pathological Alterations in the Fine Structure of Cellular and Extracellular Components.

By: Ghadially, Feroze N.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Cambridge : Elsevier Science & Technology, 2013Copyright date: ©1988Edition: 3rd ed.Description: 1 online resource (612 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781483192086.Subject(s): Diagnosis, Electron microscopic -- Atlases | Pathology, Cellular | Ultrastructure (Biology) -- AtlasesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Ultrastructural Pathology of the Cell and Matrix : A Text and Atlas of Physiological and Pathological Alterations in the Fine Structure of Cellular and Extracellular ComponentsDDC classification: 616.07/582 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover -- Ultrastructural Pathology of the Cell and Matrix -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Dedication -- Preface to the third edition -- Preface to the second edition -- Preface to the first edition -- Acknowledgements -- Chapter 1. Nucleus -- Introduction -- Nuclear shape -- Cerebriform nucleus -- Radially segmented nucleus -- Chromatin in normal, neoplastic and necrotic cells -- The nuclear matrix and interchromatin and perichromatin granules -- Giant perichromatin granules -- Nuclear envelope and pores -- Thickening, proliferation and reduplication of nuclear envelope -- Evaginations or blebs of nuclear envelope -- Nuclear fibrous lamina -- Nucleolus, structure and variations in size, shape and numbers -- Meandering nucleolus -- Nucleolar margination -- Segregation of nucleolar components -- Pseudoinclusions and true inclusions -- Intranuclear Russell bodies -- Intranuclear concentric laminated inclusions -- Intranuclear helioid inclusions -- Intranuclear membranous lamellae, tubules and vesicles -- Intranucleolar membranous lamellae, tubules and vesicles -- Intranuclear glygogen inclusions -- Intranuclear lipid inclusions -- Intranuclear filamentous and crystalline inclusions -- Intranuclear haemoglobin inclusions -- Intranuclear lead inclusions -- Intranuclear bismuth inclusions -- Intranuclear viral inclusions and virus-like particles -- Nuclear projections, pockets, loops, satellites and clefts -- Nuclear bodies -- References -- Chapter 2. Centrioles -- Introduction -- Structure and function -- References -- Chapter 3. Mitochondria -- Introduction -- Mitochondrial morphology and enzyme content -- Concentration of cristae -- Lamellar, tubular and vesicular cristae -- Concentric cristae -- Zig-zag cristae -- Fenestrated cristae -- Longitudinally orientated cristae -- Prismatic cristae.
Sinuous undulating and reticular cristae -- Mitochondriogenesis -- Mitochondrial involution and elimination -- Mitochondrial associations -- Intermitochondrial herniations, whorls and bridges -- Variations in dense granules and calcification -- Swollen or hydropic mitochondria -- Flocculent or woolly densities in mitochondria -- Mitochondrial hypertrophy and hyperplasia -- Mitochondria in oncocytes and oncocytomas -- Giant mitochondria -- Ring-shaped and cup-shaped mitochondria -- Chondriospheres -- Mitochondrial changes in neoplasia -- Intramitochondrial glycogen inclusions -- Intramitochondrial lipidic inclusions -- Intramitochondrial crystalline, paracrystalline and filamentous inclusions -- Intramitochondrial iron inclusions -- References -- Chapter 4. Golgi complex and secretory granules -- Introduction -- Structure and function -- Golgi complex in cell differentiation and neoplasia -- Hypertrophy and atrophy of Golgi complex -- Lipid and lipoprotein in Golgi complex -- Mucous granules in normal and neoplastic cells -- Serous and zymogen granules in normal and neoplastic cells -- Secretory granules (myelinosomes) in normal and neoplastic type II alveolar cells -- Neuroendocrine (APUD) granules and uranaffin reaction in normal and neoplastic cells -- Neuroendocrine granules in normal and neoplastic pancreatic neuroendocrine cells -- Neuroendocrine granules in carcinoids -- Adrenaline and noradrenaline granules in normal and neoplastic cells -- Misplaced exocytosis -- Amphicrine cells and amphicrine tumours -- Granules of mast cells and basophilic leucocytes -- References -- Chapter 5. Endoplasmic reticulum -- Introduction -- Rough endoplasmic reticulum -- Smooth endoplasmic reticulum -- Dilatation and vesiculation of endoplasmic reticulum due to ingress of water.
Dilatation and vesiculation of rough endoplasmic reticulum due to storage of secretory products -- Degranulation of rough endoplasmic reticulum -- Disaggregation of polyribosomes -- Helical polyribosomes and ribosome crystals -- Ribosome-lamella complex -- Endoplasmic reticulum and ribosomes in cell differentiation and neoplasia -- Hypertrophy of rough endoplasmic reticulum -- Hypertrophy of smooth endoplasmic reticulum in hepatocytes -- Confronting cisternae -- Tubular confronting cisternae -- Confronting cisternae complex -- Tubule group: rough and smooth tubular aggregates and intracisternal tubules -- Microtubule group: ordered arrays of straight microtubules and randomly oriented microtubules in rough endoplasmic reticulum -- Microtubule group: parallel microtubular arrays -- Microtubule group: microtubuloreticular structures (lupus type and others) -- Membrane group: reticulated, knotted, undulating, pouched, radiate and cross-banded membranous formations or complexes -- Membrane group: concentric membranous bodies of the endoplasmic reticulum -- Glycogen in rough endoplasmic reticulum -- Lipid in endoplasmic reticulum (liposomes) -- Proteinaceous granules and crystalline inclusions in rough endoplasmic reticulum -- Laminated inclusions in rough endoplasmic reticulum -- Intracisternal sequestration -- Virus in endoplasmic reticulum -- References -- Chapter 6. Annulate lamellae -- Introduction -- Intracytoplasmic and intranuclear annulate lamellae -- References.
Summary: Ultrastructural Pathology of the Cell and Matrix: Third Edition Volume I present a comprehensive examination of the intracellular lesion. It discusses the analysis of pathological tissues using electron microscope. It addresses the experimental procedures made on the cellular level. Some of the topics covered in the book are the physiological analysis of the nucleus; nuclear matrix, interchromatin, and perichromatin granules; structure and function of centrioles; characteristics of mitochondria; Golgi complex in cell differentiation and neoplasia; and degranulation of rough endoplasmic reticulum. The intracytoplasmic and intranuclear annulate lamellae are fully covered. An in-depth account of the classification, history, and nomenclature of lysosomes are provided. The morphology and normal variations of melanosomes and anchoring fibrils are completely presented. A chapter is devoted to the endocytotic structures and cell processes. Another section focuses on the classification and nomenclature of fibrous components. The book can provide useful information to cytologists, scientists, students, and researchers.
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Front Cover -- Ultrastructural Pathology of the Cell and Matrix -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Dedication -- Preface to the third edition -- Preface to the second edition -- Preface to the first edition -- Acknowledgements -- Chapter 1. Nucleus -- Introduction -- Nuclear shape -- Cerebriform nucleus -- Radially segmented nucleus -- Chromatin in normal, neoplastic and necrotic cells -- The nuclear matrix and interchromatin and perichromatin granules -- Giant perichromatin granules -- Nuclear envelope and pores -- Thickening, proliferation and reduplication of nuclear envelope -- Evaginations or blebs of nuclear envelope -- Nuclear fibrous lamina -- Nucleolus, structure and variations in size, shape and numbers -- Meandering nucleolus -- Nucleolar margination -- Segregation of nucleolar components -- Pseudoinclusions and true inclusions -- Intranuclear Russell bodies -- Intranuclear concentric laminated inclusions -- Intranuclear helioid inclusions -- Intranuclear membranous lamellae, tubules and vesicles -- Intranucleolar membranous lamellae, tubules and vesicles -- Intranuclear glygogen inclusions -- Intranuclear lipid inclusions -- Intranuclear filamentous and crystalline inclusions -- Intranuclear haemoglobin inclusions -- Intranuclear lead inclusions -- Intranuclear bismuth inclusions -- Intranuclear viral inclusions and virus-like particles -- Nuclear projections, pockets, loops, satellites and clefts -- Nuclear bodies -- References -- Chapter 2. Centrioles -- Introduction -- Structure and function -- References -- Chapter 3. Mitochondria -- Introduction -- Mitochondrial morphology and enzyme content -- Concentration of cristae -- Lamellar, tubular and vesicular cristae -- Concentric cristae -- Zig-zag cristae -- Fenestrated cristae -- Longitudinally orientated cristae -- Prismatic cristae.

Sinuous undulating and reticular cristae -- Mitochondriogenesis -- Mitochondrial involution and elimination -- Mitochondrial associations -- Intermitochondrial herniations, whorls and bridges -- Variations in dense granules and calcification -- Swollen or hydropic mitochondria -- Flocculent or woolly densities in mitochondria -- Mitochondrial hypertrophy and hyperplasia -- Mitochondria in oncocytes and oncocytomas -- Giant mitochondria -- Ring-shaped and cup-shaped mitochondria -- Chondriospheres -- Mitochondrial changes in neoplasia -- Intramitochondrial glycogen inclusions -- Intramitochondrial lipidic inclusions -- Intramitochondrial crystalline, paracrystalline and filamentous inclusions -- Intramitochondrial iron inclusions -- References -- Chapter 4. Golgi complex and secretory granules -- Introduction -- Structure and function -- Golgi complex in cell differentiation and neoplasia -- Hypertrophy and atrophy of Golgi complex -- Lipid and lipoprotein in Golgi complex -- Mucous granules in normal and neoplastic cells -- Serous and zymogen granules in normal and neoplastic cells -- Secretory granules (myelinosomes) in normal and neoplastic type II alveolar cells -- Neuroendocrine (APUD) granules and uranaffin reaction in normal and neoplastic cells -- Neuroendocrine granules in normal and neoplastic pancreatic neuroendocrine cells -- Neuroendocrine granules in carcinoids -- Adrenaline and noradrenaline granules in normal and neoplastic cells -- Misplaced exocytosis -- Amphicrine cells and amphicrine tumours -- Granules of mast cells and basophilic leucocytes -- References -- Chapter 5. Endoplasmic reticulum -- Introduction -- Rough endoplasmic reticulum -- Smooth endoplasmic reticulum -- Dilatation and vesiculation of endoplasmic reticulum due to ingress of water.

Dilatation and vesiculation of rough endoplasmic reticulum due to storage of secretory products -- Degranulation of rough endoplasmic reticulum -- Disaggregation of polyribosomes -- Helical polyribosomes and ribosome crystals -- Ribosome-lamella complex -- Endoplasmic reticulum and ribosomes in cell differentiation and neoplasia -- Hypertrophy of rough endoplasmic reticulum -- Hypertrophy of smooth endoplasmic reticulum in hepatocytes -- Confronting cisternae -- Tubular confronting cisternae -- Confronting cisternae complex -- Tubule group: rough and smooth tubular aggregates and intracisternal tubules -- Microtubule group: ordered arrays of straight microtubules and randomly oriented microtubules in rough endoplasmic reticulum -- Microtubule group: parallel microtubular arrays -- Microtubule group: microtubuloreticular structures (lupus type and others) -- Membrane group: reticulated, knotted, undulating, pouched, radiate and cross-banded membranous formations or complexes -- Membrane group: concentric membranous bodies of the endoplasmic reticulum -- Glycogen in rough endoplasmic reticulum -- Lipid in endoplasmic reticulum (liposomes) -- Proteinaceous granules and crystalline inclusions in rough endoplasmic reticulum -- Laminated inclusions in rough endoplasmic reticulum -- Intracisternal sequestration -- Virus in endoplasmic reticulum -- References -- Chapter 6. Annulate lamellae -- Introduction -- Intracytoplasmic and intranuclear annulate lamellae -- References.

Ultrastructural Pathology of the Cell and Matrix: Third Edition Volume I present a comprehensive examination of the intracellular lesion. It discusses the analysis of pathological tissues using electron microscope. It addresses the experimental procedures made on the cellular level. Some of the topics covered in the book are the physiological analysis of the nucleus; nuclear matrix, interchromatin, and perichromatin granules; structure and function of centrioles; characteristics of mitochondria; Golgi complex in cell differentiation and neoplasia; and degranulation of rough endoplasmic reticulum. The intracytoplasmic and intranuclear annulate lamellae are fully covered. An in-depth account of the classification, history, and nomenclature of lysosomes are provided. The morphology and normal variations of melanosomes and anchoring fibrils are completely presented. A chapter is devoted to the endocytotic structures and cell processes. Another section focuses on the classification and nomenclature of fibrous components. The book can provide useful information to cytologists, scientists, students, and researchers.

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