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At a second web site, the subject is: The Histopathology of Inflammation. The approach is philisophical.

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This is an Ochsner Conference Case. There is only one Chapter. The Figures include:

1) & 2): Clinical photographs,

3): Skin (low magnification)

4): Skin (necrotizing angiitis with high component of histiocytes,

5): Skin (peri-vascular infiltrate with high component of histiocytes and scattered organisms),

6): Skin (loose granulomatous infiltrate with organisms),

7) & 8): Skin (silver methenamine stain),

9): Skin (PAS stain),

xtr1) & xtr2): Skin (PAS and Gomori stain).

Click on “histoplasmosis” in the first group of navigation bars to the left in the Masterborder to go to next, and only other, chapter.