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Chronic Venous Congestion in Lungs

Chronic venous congestion in lungs, depicted in the images below, may be identified by the presence of engorged alveolar capillaries in alveolar septa. There will also be intra-alveolar hemorrhages and alveolar septa and spaces may contain numerous heart failure cells. Alveolar septa undergo fibrosis too.

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Compare it with normal histology of lungs

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