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Chronic Venous Congestion in Liver

Chronic venous congestion in liver, depicted in the images below, may be identified by the distention of central vein and sinusoids are with RBCs. Some areas of hemorrhage are present as well. Central lobular necrosis due to central vein congestion is seen. Fatty change is due to hypoxia in peripheral hepatocytes.

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