101 - bronchial neoplasia

101 – Bronchial Occlusion

Macroscopic appearance very common in neoplastic processes.

The sub-occlusion of the bronchus is formed by tissue that develops in the light (center of the image), and in its upper part the proliferation still respects the mucosa, at least on its surface.
The vessels are engorged, with the typical changes in their color.

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