By Philip T. Cagle MD, Timothy C. Allen MD JD, Roberto Barrios MD, Carlos Bedrossian MD, Megan K. Dishop MD, Armando Fraire MD, Abida K. Haque MD, Keith M. Kerr MD, Alvaro C. Laga MD, Mary L. Ostrowski MD, Anna Sienko MD
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The terminal bronchiole leads into the acinus (a functional unit composed of the structures distal to a single terminal bronchiole—its respiratory bronchioles, alveolar ducts, and alveoli). A lobule is an anatomic unit consisting of the acini of 3 to 10 terminal (membranous) bronchioles that are bounded together by the interlobular septum. As with the bronchi, the bronchioles are accompanied by branches of the pulmonary artery of approximately the same diameter. Respiratory bronchioles have a bronchiolar wall with simple columnar to cuboidal bronchiolar epithelium and alveoli budding from their walls.
Overinflation of specimens may mimic emphysema, whereas lack of inflation may give a false impression of fibrosis or cellular infiltrates in the alveolar parenchyma. Clamping of specimen may cause lymphatic dilation and edema. Neutrophils may marginate during surgery and give a false impression of acute inflammation or acute capillaritis. 1 Low power of a transbronchial biopsy shows compression of the specimen, creating a false impression of increased interstitial cellularity and fibrosis and artifactual rounded holes that might be mistaken for fungal organisms or lipid.
Nonspecific findings include peribronchial anchoring fibers and nonspecific focal peribronchial scars that may suggest interstitial fibrosis; large, dark, multilobed megakaryocytes within alveolar capillaries that may resemble viral inclusions or malignant cells; intraalveolar fibrin that may mimic fungal hyphae; Gomori methenamine-silver (GMS) staining of mucin (which may suggest fungus when round foci of apical mucin in goblet cells or seromucinous glands are stained); collagen is often birefringent on polarized light and should not be confused with foreign material.
Color atlas and text of pulmonary pathology by Philip T. Cagle MD, Timothy C. Allen MD JD, Roberto Barrios MD, Carlos Bedrossian MD, Megan K. Dishop MD, Armando Fraire MD, Abida K. Haque MD, Keith M. Kerr MD, Alvaro C. Laga MD, Mary L. Ostrowski MD, Anna Sienko MD