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Normal Heart,

Cardiac Muscle

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Coronary arteries, note the conus (~45% of hearts)

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Normal Heart

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coronary atherosclerosis

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coronary atherosclerosis

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coronary atherosclerosis

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coronary atherosclerosis

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coronary atherosclerosis,

recanalization

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AMI

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remote MI (older)

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Remote MI

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coagulative necrosis

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inflammatory cell infiltration (neutrophils first) 1-2 or 3 days

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neutrophil infiltration (1-2 or 3 days)

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macrophage infiltration, neovascularization (5-7 days)

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replacement of necrotic tissue w/ scar tissue (3-10 days)

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Ventricular Free Wall Rupture (hemopericardium, cardiac tamponade)

Complications most at risk during first 4-7 days.

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Ventricular Free Wall Rupture

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Ventricular Septal Rupture

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Papillary Muscle Rupture

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Ventricular Aneurysm, Mural Thrombi

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Ventricular Aneurysm, Mural Thrombi

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aortic atherosclerosis

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aortic atherosclerosis

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aortic atherosclerosis

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abdominal aortic aneurysm

(infrarenal, most common site of aneurysm)

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Aortic dissection,

type A (ascending aorta, more severe, req sx), type B (descending, less severe, possibly managed medically)

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Aortic dissection,

most common site of intimal tear/dissection is the

proximal ascending aorta (poor prognosis, leads to hemopericardium/tamponade)

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Aortic dissection

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Aortic dissection