Pigmentations and Calcification.

(Part 5, General Veterinary Pathology, VPP)

Topic: Major Exogenous and Endogenous Pigments. Metastatic and Dystrophic Calcification.

Pigmentations and Calcification

Pigmentations and Calcification


Note: The following pdf is the VPP note of (Unit 1) General Veterinary PathologyPart 5 of BVSc & AH. *VPP - Veterinary Pathology.

Topics of the PDF file of 'Pigmentations and Calcification' :

Exogenous Pigments - Coloring agents, Anthracosis, Silicosis, Carotenoid pigments, Tetracyclines,Plumbism, Argyria, Asbestosis, Siderosis / Endogenous Pigments - Melanin, Lipofuscin-Ceroid, Haemosiderosis, Haemochromatosis / Calcification - Metastatic calcification, Dystrophic calcification / Jaundice - Haemolytic or prehepatic jaundice, Toxic or intrahepatic jaundice, Obstructive or posthepatic jaundice.

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