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Edit Comment Close Premium member Presentation Transcript Chronic Venous Congestion Of Liver, Lung and Spleen : By: Chinmay Trivedi RRMCH 3rd Term Chronic Venous Congestion Of Liver, Lung and Spleen INTRODUCTION : INTRODUCTION Congestion is a hemodynamic i.e. circulatory disorder. Definition: Congestion is a passive process resulting from reduced outflow of blood from a tissue. It is also called passive hyperemia . It can be: 1)Systemic or Local And 2)Acute or chronic Chronic is more common so it is known as Chronic Venous congestion(CVC). TYPES OF CVC : TYPES OF CVC Local Systemic Results from obstruction to venous outflow from an organ or part of the body. Eg: Portal venous obstruction in liver cirrhosis, plasters, tumors, pregnancy and hernia. This occurs mainly due to engorgement of systemic veins. Eg: In right and left sided heart failure and diseases of lungs interfering pulmonary blood flow like emphysema and fibrosis. CONSEQUENCES : CONSEQUENCES As a result of increased volumes and pressures, congestion commonly leads to edema. In passive long standing congestion, lack of blood flow causes chronic hypoxia potentially resulting in ischemic tissue injury and scarring. Capillary rupture in chronic congestion can also cause small hemorrhagic foci, subsequent catabolism of extravasated red cells can leave residual tell tale clusters of hemosiderin laden macrophages. GROSS APPEARANCE : GROSS APPEARANCE Congested tissue is dusky reddish blue in color due to red cell stasis and accumulation of deoxygenated hemoglobin. Slide 6: Mechanisms involved in CVC of different organs : Heart Failure Right-sided failure Left Sided failure Pressure transmitted upstream of right heart Pressure transmitted upstream of left heart Systemic Venous Congestion Pulmonary congestion CVC of lung CVC liver CVC spleen CVC kidney Congested Leg Veins CVC OF LUNG : CVC OF LUNG CAUSE: Left Heart Failure, especially in rheumatoid mitral stenosis so that there is consequent venous pressure. GROSS APPEARANCE: Lungs are heavy and firm in consistency. Sectioned surface is rusty brown in color due to which is referred to as “brown induration” of lungs. Brown induration is due to pigmentation and fibrosis. Slide 8: Brown induration Of lung seen in cut section HISTOLOGY OF CVC LUNG : HISTOLOGY OF CVC LUNG Alveolar septa are widened due to interstitial edema as well as due to dilated and congested capillaries. Septa mildly thickened due to slight increase in fibrous connective tissue. Minute intra-alveolar hemorrhages can be seen due to rupture of dilated and congested capillaries. The breakdown of erythrocytes liberates hemosiderin pigment which is taken up by alveolar macrophages. The minute structures so formed are called “Heart Failure Cells”, which can be easily seen in the alveolar lamina. CVC OF LIVER : CVC OF LIVER CAUSE: Occurs mainly due to right heart failure and sometimes due to occlusion of Inferior Venacava and Hepatic Vein . GROSS APPEARANCE: The liver is enlarged and the capsule is tense. Cut surface shows characteristic red and yellow mottled appearance mainly due to congested centre of lobules and fatty peripheral zone respectively. Such an appearance of the liver is called as “Nutmeg Liver”. Slide 12: Gross appearance of CVC Liver 1)Nut -meg appearance 2)Peripheral fatty change Slide 13: NUT-MEG LIVER HISTOLOGY OF CVC LIVER : HISTOLOGY OF CVC LIVER Changes are more marked in the centrilobular zone due to severe hypoxia than in the periphery. Central vein as well as adjacent sinusoids are distended and filled with blood. The centrilobular hepatocytes undergo degenerative changes , and eventually “centrilobular hemorrhagic necrosis” can be seen. Long standing cases may show fine centrilobular fibrosis and regeneration of hepatocytes. The peripheral zone of the lobule is less severely affected by chronic hypoxia and shows some fatty change in the hepatocytes. CVC OF SPLEEN : CVC OF SPLEEN CAUSE: Can occur due to right heart failure and in portal hypertension from liver cirrhosis. GROSS APPEARANCE: Spleen in early stage is moderately enlarged(up to 250g as compared to normal 150g.) In long standing cases there is progressive enlargement and may weigh up to 500 to 1000g. Organ is deeply congested, tense and cyanotic. Sectioned surface is gray tan. Slide 17: Gross appearance Of CVC spleen 1)Deeply congested with tense capsule Slide 18: 2)Cut surface shows gray tan parenchyma HISTOLOGY OF CVC SPLEEN : HISTOLOGY OF CVC SPLEEN Red pulp is enlarged due to congestion and marked sinusoidal dilation and there are many areas of new and old hemorrhages. Sinusoids may get converted to capillary (capillarisation of sinusoids). There is hyperplasia of reticuloendothelial cells in the red pulp of the spleen( Splenic macrophages). There is fibrous thickening of the capsule and the trabeculae. Some of the hemorrhages overlying fibrous tissue get deposits of the hemosiderin pigment and the calcium salts, these organized structures are called Gamna Gandy bodies or siderofibrotic nodules. Firmness of spleen in advanced stage is seen more commonly in hepatic cirrhosis(Congestive splenomegaly) and is the most common cause of hypersplenism. THANK YOU & MERRY X-MAS : THANK YOU & MERRY X-MAS You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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