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Oxygen poisoning damage to the lung (2)

Oxygen poisoning damage to the lung, showing an alveolus of the lung (high power), exudation of leucocytes, and congestion of capillaries (high power). (Source: Hill L. Caisson sickness and the physiology of work in compressed air. London: Edward Arnold, 1912. Public domain.)