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Posted by Angel from IP 76.175.100.241 on December 30, 2010 at 15:52:59:

A 60-year-old Caucasian male dies at the hospital. At autopsy in light microscopic examination of his lung reveals alveolar cells containing cytoplasmic granules that turn dark blue with Prussian blue staining. This patient most likely suffered from:


A. pulmonary hypertension
B. Left ventricular dysfunction
C. airway obstruction
D. Granulomatous lung inflammation
E. Interstitial lung fibrosis
F. Hypoproteinemia


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