Cross-section of a smoker's lung

Cross-section of a smoker's lung

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Credit: DR. GLADDEN WILLIS/VISUALS UNLIMITED, INC. /SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Cross-section of a smoker's lung showing anthracosis or carbon pigment in the lung of an elderly man with lung cancer. This can also occur less frequently in non-smoking urbanites from air pollution and in coal miners. H&E stain, LM X64.

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