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Hydatid of brain

A specimen, with guide rule, a well encapsulated somewhat irregular mass 3.5" (9cm) in greatest diameter, evidently removed from the brain. The patient is male. The identity of the patient is known.

Hydatid of kidney

X-ray of the abdomen and pelvis, anterior-posterior view, showing calcification in the region of the left kidney. Also a specimen, with guide rule, a bisected encapsulated multicystic mass 7 inches (18cm) in greatest diameter, evidently the resec...

Large hydatid

A specimen, a bisected kidney with a large encapsulated cystic mass occupying and expanding the superior pole, and a second cyst continuous with the kidney pelvis. The photograph is labelled 10.

Hydatid

A mounted and bottled specimen, being a rib bone with a swollen misshapen region which is extruding cystic capsule, and much cyst capsule material at the bottom of the jar.

Hydatid cyst of lung

A rectangular museum bottle, with guide rule, containing a cyst measuring 8 inches (20cm) in maximum diameter, stuffed with cotton wool. The lesion was evidently removed from the lung.

Hydatid of spleen

Two photographs of specimens, with guide rule, the upper a spleen measuring 7 inches (18cm) long, the body expanded by a mass 4 inch (10cm) in diameter, the lower a rectangular museum bottle containing cyst membrane material. The identity of the p...

Calcified hydatid cyst of kidney

Two photographs of specimens, with guide rule, the lower an intact kidney 5 inches (13cm) long, showing a swelling of one pole, the upper showing the bisected kidney containing an encapsulated cyst filled with pale membranous material. The patient...

Hydatic cysts

A rectangular museum bottle containing 20 - 30 semi-transparent cysts of various sizes. Labelled 4B. The patient is female. The identity of the patient is known.

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