SHERP

간조직에 출현하는 주요색소에 관한 관찰
A Study on the Pigments appearing in the Human Liver

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Authors
김창수
Issue Date
1961-12-01
Publisher
서울대학교 의과대학
Citation
Seoul J Med 1961;2(3):5-17
Abstract
A histological study on hemosiderin. bile pigrnen.
and lipofuscin appearing in the liver was made with the
materials obtained from 94 autopsy cases Cfrorn stillbirth
to 64 years old.53 cases of male and 41 cases of female)
at Department of Pathology. College of Medicine. Seoul
National University and Pathologic Section of National
Medical Center. And the results are as follows.
1. a) The hemosiderin deposition In the hver IS observed
In 66.0% of the liver cell and 50.0% of the
Kupffer cell among the observed cases. And
26.6% among the observed cases appears to
be negative.
b) The bile pigment. deposition In the liver is
observed in 78.8% of the liver cell and 54.3%
of the Kupffer cell among the observed cases.
And 12.8% among the observed cases appears
to be negative.
c) The lipofuscin deposition in the .liver IS observed
in 86.2% of the liver cell and 54.3% of the
Kupffer cell among the observed cases. And
11.0% among the observed cases appears to
be negative.
2. a) The hemosiderin deposition in the liver of age
groups below 1 month and from 31 to 50
years is strong.
b) The lipofuscin is observed in the liver among
all cases of old aged group. The negative cases
of lipofuscin belongs almost to the age group
below 10 years old.
3. The hemosiderin deposition in the liver tissue of
the cases of liver cirrhosis is generally strong.
4. The lipofuscin deposition in the liver tissue of the
cases of chronic inflammatory process in SOI"e part
of tAe body is generally strong.
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/8255
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College of Medicine/School of Medicine (의과대학/대학원)Dept. of Medicine (의학과)The Seoul Journal of MedicineThe Seoul Journal of Medicine Vol. 02 No.3 (1961)
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