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URBANA ATLAS OF PATHOLOGY

Image Number 113 - Liver, streptococcal septicemia, postpartum

Pneumococcus is a gram positive organism, seen here as strands of black dots in the sinusoids of the liver. The most likely reason, other than trauma, for the presence of the pneumococcus in the liver is by hematogenous spread from the lungs.

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