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Alcohol - Inside the Body ©Photographs courtesy of Manchester University Pathology Department Visit www.worldofteaching.com For 100’s of free powerpoints
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Human female chromosome map (XX). Alcohol and  nicotine addiction may be in the genes (1)
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Fatty liver- can cause the liver to appear yellow (2)
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Fatty liver- notice how pale this liver is due to the fat  deposits (3)
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Fatty liver - these white cells should not be here - they  are fat deposits (4)
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Liver damage can cause ‘jaundice’- yellowing of eyes  and skin (5)
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Yellow hands on top, red palms underneath - a sign of  liver damage (6)
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Liver problems- can cause jaundice- yellowing of the  skin (this is a hand of an Asian man) (7)
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The two white blood cells have dark blue squiggly  nuclei- this is normal - the red blood cells however are  almost as large as the white cells - this is abnormal (8)
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Cirrhosis - here the liver is pale with lots of stringy fibres  and some nodules (10)
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Liver cells showing cirrhosis, the red cells are liver cells  and they are surrounded by an abnormal  mass of blue  gristle (11)
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Liver cells showing cirrhosis, the blue gristle material is  abnormal (12)
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Cirrhosis of the liver- the lumpy bits are characteristic of  alcohol damage (13)
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Liver cancer with some cirrhosis (lumpy bits)  (14) 
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Cancer of the liver. Notice that the surface of the liver is  smooth so cirrhosis is not present (15)
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Clubbing of the fingers is a common condition which  may indicate cancers, liver diseases and lung disease  (16) 
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Foetal alcohol syndrome- children like this are born to  mothers who drink alcohol when pregnant (17)
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Accident - extensive skull damage leading to severe  brain damage and death (18)
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