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Fundamentals of Ultrastructure

Fundamentals of Ultrastructure

Fundamentals of Ultrastructure

Dr. David Fritz, DVM, DACVP (retired)
Dr. David Fritz, DVM, DACVP (retired)
on behalf of C.L. Davis, DVM Foundation

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This 2-hour lecture on the fundamentals of ultrastucture covers the following: a) basic cellular anatomy, b) morphologic changes in degenerating cells, c) microanatomy of cell types in various organ systems, and d) ultrastructure of infectious organisms, and e) ultrastructure of various neoplasms. Dr. Fritz takes a very practical approach to this material, simplifying complex concepts and making ultrastructural description and analysis familiar for pathologists who have not ventured often into this realm.

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Demonstration of ultrastructural anatomy and pathologic lesions.
By the end of this lecture, the viewer will gain an increased understanding of normal ultrastructural anatomy of a wide range of organ systems, the stereotypical changes associated with degenerating cells, and the ultrastructural morphology of various viral, bacterial, and other pathogens.
Dr. David Fritz, DVM, DACVP (retired)

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Dr. David Fritz, DVM, DACVP (retired)
on behalf of C.L. Davis, DVM Foundation

Dr. Dave Fritz is a former U.S. Army veterinary pathologist who served with distinction at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research and the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Disease. This lecture laid the foundation for subsequent lectures in ultrastructural descriptive techniques which are still given today at the Foundation’s annual Descriptive Pathology Course. This particular lecture was filmed on location in Bethesda, MD at the AFIP’s Pathology of Laboratory Animals course in the mid 1990’s, and many of the illustrations are still used today.

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