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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 (778 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781483192093.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 -- Preface to the third edition -- Preface to the second edition -- Preface to the first edition -- Acknowledgements -- Contents, Volume 2 -- Chapter 7. Lysosomes -- Introduction (history, classification and nomenclature) -- Heterolysosomes and autolysosomes -- Lamellar cup-shaped lysosomes -- Multivesicular bodies and R-bodies -- Lipofuscin (residual bodies) -- Myelinoid membranes, myelin figures and myelinosomes -- Erythrophagosomes and erythrophagolysosomes -- Siderosomes, haemosiderin and ferritin -- Lysosomes and residual bodies in tumours -- Lysosomes in erythrocytes -- Lysosomes in neutrophil leucocytes -- Lysosomes in eosinophil leucocytes -- Lysosomes in monocytes and macrophages -- Lysosomes in melanosis coli and some other melanoses -- Lysosomes in melanosis duodeni -- Lysosomes in malakoplakia -- Lysosomes in granular cell tumours -- Lysosomes in rheumatoid arthritis -- Lysosomes in the liver of the tumour-bearing host -- Angulate lysosomes -- Lysosomes in mucopolysaccharidoses -- Lysosomes in metachromatic leucodystrophy (sulphatoidosis) -- Curvilinear bodies in lysosomes -- Collagen in lysosomes -- Glycogen in lysosomes (glycogenosomes) -- Metals in lysosomes -- Aurosomes -- Platinosomes -- Interlysosomal crystalline plates (zipper-like structures) -- References -- Chapter 8. Microbodies (peroxisomes, microperoxisomes and catalosomes) -- Introduction -- Structure and normal variations -- Pathological variations in size, shape and numbers -- References -- Chapter 9. Melanosomes -- Introduction -- Alterations in melanosomes in melanomas and pigmentary disorders -- Granular melanosomes -- Balloon melanosomes -- Giant melanosomes -- Melanosome-producing and melanosome-containing cells in tumours -- References.
Chapter 10. Rod-shaped microtubulated bodies -- Introduction -- Structure, distribution and variations -- Rod-shaped microtubulated body in vasoformative tumours -- References -- Chapter 11. Intracytoplasmic filaments -- Introduction -- Myofilaments in striated muscle -- Ring fibres -- Myofibrillary degeneration -- Morphological alterations of the Z-line -- Myofilaments in rhabdomyoma and rhabdomyosarcoma -- Myofilaments in smooth muscle -- Myofilaments in leiomyoma and leiomyosarcoma -- Myofilaments in cells other than muscle -- Myofibroblasts and myofibroblastoma -- Intermediate filaments in normal and pathological states (including neoplastic) -- Mallory's bodies -- Globular filamentous bodies -- Crystals and crystalloids of intracytoplasmic filaments -- Crystalline filamentous cylinders -- Asteroid bodies -- References -- Chapter 12. Microtubules -- Introduction -- Structure, function and variations -- References -- Chapter 13. Cytoplasmic matrix and its inclusions -- Introduction -- The dark cell-light cell phenomenon -- Dark and light cells in tumours -- Glycogen -- Polyglucosan bodies (corpora amylacea, Lafora's bodies, Lafora-like bodies, Bielschowsky's bodies and amylopectin bodies) -- Lipid -- Crystalline inclusions -- Fibrin -- Heinz bodies -- Porphyrin inclusions -- Intracellular and intracytoplasmic collagen -- Intracytoplasmic banded structures -- Intracytoplasmic desmosomes -- Intracytoplasmic canaliculi and lumina -- Intracytoplasmic nucleolus-like bodies (nematosome, nuage, dense body, honeycomb body, ribosomal body) -- Viral inclusions -- References -- Chapter 14. Cell membrane and coat -- Introduction -- Cell membrane -- T-tubule networks -- Basement membrane and basal lamina -- Alterations in the basal lamina -- Basal lamina in Alport's syndrome -- Basal lamina in dense deposit disease -- Coat of free surfaces -- External lamina.
Glycocalyceal bodies and filamentous core rootlets -- Spherical microparticles -- Crystals in basal lamina (striated lamellar structures, fibrin and others) -- References -- Chapter 15. Cell junctions -- Introduction -- Structure and function of cell junctions -- Alteration of cell junctions in neoplasia -- Diagnostic value of cell junctions in tumours -- Cell junctions in connective tissues and haemopoietic tissues -- References -- Chapter 16. Endocytotic structures and cell processes -- Introduction -- Endocytotic vesicles and vacuoles -- Micropinocytosis vermiformis -- Langerhans' cell granules (Birbeck's granules) -- Emperipolesis -- Cytoplasmic bubbling, blebs and blisters -- Microvilli and stereocilia -- Morphological alterations in microvilli -- Vermipodia -- Cell processes in hairy cell leukaemia -- Ropalocytes and ropalopodia -- Uropod of the lymphocyte -- Foot processes of podocytes -- Cilia, flagella and sperm tails -- Single, primary or oligocilia -- Atypical cilia -- Atypical basal bodies (half centrioles, giant centrioles and others) -- Immotile cilia syndrome -- References -- Chapter 17. Extracellular matrix (extracellular components) -- Introduction (classification and nomenclature of fibrous components) -- Collagen filaments, fibrils and fibres -- Collagen in fossils and mummies -- Anchoring fibrils -- Spiny collagen -- Fibrous long-spacing collagen -- Segment long-spacing collagen -- Giant collagen fibrils and amianthoid fibres -- Spiralled collagen (poorly packed collagen and frayed collagen) -- Elastic fibres, elaunin fibres and oxytalan fibres -- Calcified elastic fibres -- Amyloid -- Fibrin -- Proteoglycan particles (matrix granules) -- Calcification (matrical lipidic debris, matrix vesicles, calcifying collagen and calcifying secretions) -- References -- Index.
Summary: Ultrastructural Pathology of the Cell and Matrix: Third Edition Volume 2 presents 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 structure, distribution, and variations of rod-shaped microtubulated bodies; morphology of intracytoplasmic filaments; melanosome-producing and melanosome-containing cells in tumours; myofilaments in striated muscle; and pathological variations in size, shape, and numbers of microbodies. 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, pathologists, students, and researchers.
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Front Cover -- Ultrastructural Pathology of the Cell and Matrix -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Preface to the third edition -- Preface to the second edition -- Preface to the first edition -- Acknowledgements -- Contents, Volume 2 -- Chapter 7. Lysosomes -- Introduction (history, classification and nomenclature) -- Heterolysosomes and autolysosomes -- Lamellar cup-shaped lysosomes -- Multivesicular bodies and R-bodies -- Lipofuscin (residual bodies) -- Myelinoid membranes, myelin figures and myelinosomes -- Erythrophagosomes and erythrophagolysosomes -- Siderosomes, haemosiderin and ferritin -- Lysosomes and residual bodies in tumours -- Lysosomes in erythrocytes -- Lysosomes in neutrophil leucocytes -- Lysosomes in eosinophil leucocytes -- Lysosomes in monocytes and macrophages -- Lysosomes in melanosis coli and some other melanoses -- Lysosomes in melanosis duodeni -- Lysosomes in malakoplakia -- Lysosomes in granular cell tumours -- Lysosomes in rheumatoid arthritis -- Lysosomes in the liver of the tumour-bearing host -- Angulate lysosomes -- Lysosomes in mucopolysaccharidoses -- Lysosomes in metachromatic leucodystrophy (sulphatoidosis) -- Curvilinear bodies in lysosomes -- Collagen in lysosomes -- Glycogen in lysosomes (glycogenosomes) -- Metals in lysosomes -- Aurosomes -- Platinosomes -- Interlysosomal crystalline plates (zipper-like structures) -- References -- Chapter 8. Microbodies (peroxisomes, microperoxisomes and catalosomes) -- Introduction -- Structure and normal variations -- Pathological variations in size, shape and numbers -- References -- Chapter 9. Melanosomes -- Introduction -- Alterations in melanosomes in melanomas and pigmentary disorders -- Granular melanosomes -- Balloon melanosomes -- Giant melanosomes -- Melanosome-producing and melanosome-containing cells in tumours -- References.

Chapter 10. Rod-shaped microtubulated bodies -- Introduction -- Structure, distribution and variations -- Rod-shaped microtubulated body in vasoformative tumours -- References -- Chapter 11. Intracytoplasmic filaments -- Introduction -- Myofilaments in striated muscle -- Ring fibres -- Myofibrillary degeneration -- Morphological alterations of the Z-line -- Myofilaments in rhabdomyoma and rhabdomyosarcoma -- Myofilaments in smooth muscle -- Myofilaments in leiomyoma and leiomyosarcoma -- Myofilaments in cells other than muscle -- Myofibroblasts and myofibroblastoma -- Intermediate filaments in normal and pathological states (including neoplastic) -- Mallory's bodies -- Globular filamentous bodies -- Crystals and crystalloids of intracytoplasmic filaments -- Crystalline filamentous cylinders -- Asteroid bodies -- References -- Chapter 12. Microtubules -- Introduction -- Structure, function and variations -- References -- Chapter 13. Cytoplasmic matrix and its inclusions -- Introduction -- The dark cell-light cell phenomenon -- Dark and light cells in tumours -- Glycogen -- Polyglucosan bodies (corpora amylacea, Lafora's bodies, Lafora-like bodies, Bielschowsky's bodies and amylopectin bodies) -- Lipid -- Crystalline inclusions -- Fibrin -- Heinz bodies -- Porphyrin inclusions -- Intracellular and intracytoplasmic collagen -- Intracytoplasmic banded structures -- Intracytoplasmic desmosomes -- Intracytoplasmic canaliculi and lumina -- Intracytoplasmic nucleolus-like bodies (nematosome, nuage, dense body, honeycomb body, ribosomal body) -- Viral inclusions -- References -- Chapter 14. Cell membrane and coat -- Introduction -- Cell membrane -- T-tubule networks -- Basement membrane and basal lamina -- Alterations in the basal lamina -- Basal lamina in Alport's syndrome -- Basal lamina in dense deposit disease -- Coat of free surfaces -- External lamina.

Glycocalyceal bodies and filamentous core rootlets -- Spherical microparticles -- Crystals in basal lamina (striated lamellar structures, fibrin and others) -- References -- Chapter 15. Cell junctions -- Introduction -- Structure and function of cell junctions -- Alteration of cell junctions in neoplasia -- Diagnostic value of cell junctions in tumours -- Cell junctions in connective tissues and haemopoietic tissues -- References -- Chapter 16. Endocytotic structures and cell processes -- Introduction -- Endocytotic vesicles and vacuoles -- Micropinocytosis vermiformis -- Langerhans' cell granules (Birbeck's granules) -- Emperipolesis -- Cytoplasmic bubbling, blebs and blisters -- Microvilli and stereocilia -- Morphological alterations in microvilli -- Vermipodia -- Cell processes in hairy cell leukaemia -- Ropalocytes and ropalopodia -- Uropod of the lymphocyte -- Foot processes of podocytes -- Cilia, flagella and sperm tails -- Single, primary or oligocilia -- Atypical cilia -- Atypical basal bodies (half centrioles, giant centrioles and others) -- Immotile cilia syndrome -- References -- Chapter 17. Extracellular matrix (extracellular components) -- Introduction (classification and nomenclature of fibrous components) -- Collagen filaments, fibrils and fibres -- Collagen in fossils and mummies -- Anchoring fibrils -- Spiny collagen -- Fibrous long-spacing collagen -- Segment long-spacing collagen -- Giant collagen fibrils and amianthoid fibres -- Spiralled collagen (poorly packed collagen and frayed collagen) -- Elastic fibres, elaunin fibres and oxytalan fibres -- Calcified elastic fibres -- Amyloid -- Fibrin -- Proteoglycan particles (matrix granules) -- Calcification (matrical lipidic debris, matrix vesicles, calcifying collagen and calcifying secretions) -- References -- Index.

Ultrastructural Pathology of the Cell and Matrix: Third Edition Volume 2 presents 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 structure, distribution, and variations of rod-shaped microtubulated bodies; morphology of intracytoplasmic filaments; melanosome-producing and melanosome-containing cells in tumours; myofilaments in striated muscle; and pathological variations in size, shape, and numbers of microbodies. 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, pathologists, students, and researchers.

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