By Deborah W. Vaughan

This CD-ROM with accompanying handbook will introduce clinical, allied health and wellbeing, and undergraduate scholars to the good judgment of anatomical considering and the microscopic constitution of the body's tissues. Its correlation of low strength with excessive strength perspectives, the standard of its pictures, and the convenience of utilizing the CD should be rather beautiful positive aspects. it isn't a whole digital atlas with links of images to textual content yet quite a assessment of morphology that supplementations the heritage lab the place scholars glance through a microscope at slides of tissue specimens.

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MESOTHELIUM Slide #166: Urinary Bladder; Lee's stain; 4 um thick methacrylate section; nonhuman primate. Higher magnification image: • (high) mesothelium SIMPLE CUBOIDAL EPITHELIUM. The testis is an egg-shaped solid organ, and this tissue section is from a block that has been prepared by trimming off the curved faces from two sides of the organ, leaving the central region of the testis. Observe the network of anastomosing canals identified as the rete testis (rete, a net; testis, in the testis) embedded in the core of this organ.

Look in the cortical region of the kidney and find the renal corpuscles. These are SIMPLE SQUAMOUS EPITHELIUM Slide #160: Kidney; radial section; H&E stain; 4 um thick methacrylate section; nonhuman primate. Higher magnification image: • (high) simple squamous epithelium spherical structures within which are tufts of blood capillaries. The outer lining of this sphere is a simple squamous epithelium (called the parietal layer of Bowman's capsule). The lumen it encircles is normally filled with the filtrate of blood that has passed out of the capillaries as the first step in the production of urine.

In Chapter 10 (Integument), the names of the morphologically distinct layers of this epithelium are provided. STRATIFIED SQUAMOUS KERATINIZED EPITHELIUM Slide #84: Plantar Skin; H&E stain; 10 urn thick paraffin section; human. Higher magnification image: • (high) stratified squamous keratinized epithelium STRATIFIED SQUAMOUS NONKERATINIZED EPITHELIUM. Although in most tissue sections the organ's lumen corresponds to the concave surface, you should recognize that this is not always true. Think about a block of tissue that has been removed as a biopsy (bio-, life + -ops, vision) sample: as the block is immersed in a fixative, the more solidly packed underlying tissues contract and stretch the weaker tissues of the luminal surface into a convex surface.

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