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    Table of Contents:

     

    I Cells and Tissues

    1 The Cell

    1.1 Overview

    1.2 Microscopes and Techniques

    1.3 Different Appearances of Cells According to Technique

    1.4 Ultrastructure and Function of Cell Membranes

    1.5 Intercellular Junctions: Ultrastructure and Function of Tight Junctions

    1.6 Intercellular Junctions: Ultrastructure and Function of Anchoring Junctions

    1.7 Intercellular Junctions: Ultrastructure and Function of Gap Junctions

    1.8 Ultrastructure and Function of the Nucleus and Nucleolus

    1.9 Ultrastructure and Function of the Nucleus: Chromatin and Matrix

    1.10 Ultrastructure and Function of the Nuclear Envelope

    1.11 Ultrastructure and Function of Mitochondria

    1.12 Ultrastructure and Function of Mitochondrial Cristae and Matrix

    1.13 Ultrastructure and Function of Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum

    1.14 Ultrastructure and Function of Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum

    1.15 Ultrastructure and Function of Ribosomes

    1.16 Ultrastructure of the Golgi Complex

    1.17 Functions of the Golgi Complex

    1.18 Ultrastructure and Function of Lysosomes

    1.19 Ultrastructure and Function of Peroxisomes

    1.20 Ultrastructure and Function of Inclusions: Glycogen

    1.21 Ultrastructure and Function of Inclusions: Lipid Droplets

    1.22 Ultrastructure and Function of Cytoplasmic Vesicles: Endocytosis, Transcytosis, and Exocytosis

    1.23 Ultrastructure and Function of Microtubules

    1.24 Ultrastructure and Function of Cytoplasmic Filaments

    1.25 Ultrastructure and Function of the Centrosome and Centrioles

    1.26 The Cell Cycle, Mitosis, and Other Cellular Processes

    1.27 Specializations of the Cell Surface: Cilia and Basal Bodies

    1.28 Histopathology and Disease

    1.29 Pathology of the Cell

    2 Epithelium and Exocrine Glands

    2.1 Overview

    2.2 Structure and Function of Simple Squamous Epithelium

    2.3 Ultrastructure and Function of Simple Squamous Epithelium

    2.4 Structure and Function of Simple Cuboidal Epithelium

    2.5 Structure and Function of Simple Columnar Epithelium

    2.6 Structure and Function of Pseudostratified Epithelium

    2.7 Structure and Function of Stratified Squamous Epithelium

    2.8 Ultrastructure and Function of Stratified Squamous Epithelium

    2.9 Structure and Function of Stratified Cuboidal and Columnar Epithelia

    2.10 Structure and Function of Transitional Epithelium (Urothelium)

    2.11 Ultrastructure and Function of the Urothelium

    2.12 Structure and Function of Basement Membranes

    2.13 Overview of Exocrine Glands

    2.14 Structure and Function of Serous Cells

    2.15 Ultrastructure and Function of Serous Cells

    2.16 Structure and Function of Mucous Cells

    2.17 Structure and Histology of Resting Mammary Glands

    2.18 Histology and Function of Lactating (Active) Mammary Glands

    2.19 Ultrastructure and Function of Mammary Gland Alveoli

    2.20 Histology of Atrophic Mammary Glands

    2.21 Ultrastructure of Mammary Gland Ducts

    2.22 Pathology of Epithelium and Exocrine Glands

    3 Connective Tissue

    3.1 Overview

    3.2 Classification of Connective Tissue Proper

    3.3 Structure and Function of Mesenchymal Cells

    3.4 Structure and Function of Fibroblasts

    3.5 Ultrastructure and Function of Fibroblasts

    3.6 Synthesis of Collagen

    3.7 Types of Collagen and Its Ultrastructure

    3.8 Histology of Elastic Connective Tissue

    3.9 Histology of Reticular Connective Tissue

    3.10 Histology and Function of Mast Cells

    3.11 Ultrastructure and Function of Mast Cells

    3.12 Histology and Function of Plasma Cells

    3.13 Ultrastructure of Plasma Cells

    3.14 Structure and Function of Macrophages

    3.15 Ultrastructure and Function of Macrophages

    3.16 Histology of Adipose Tissue

    3.17 Ultrastructure and Function of Unilocular Adipocytes in White Fat

    3.18 Ultrastructure and Function of Multilocular Adipocytes in Brown Fat

    3.19 Histology of Tendons and Ligaments

    3.20 Pathology of Connective Tissue

    4 Muscle Tissue

    4.1 Overview

    4.2 Embryonic Development of Skeletal Muscle Fibers

    4.3 Organization of Skeletal Muscle

    4.4 Major Components of Skeletal Muscle Fibers

    4.5 Histology and Ultrastructure of Skeletal Muscle Fibers in Longitudinal Section

    4.6 Histology and Ultrastructure of Skeletal Muscle Fibers in Transverse Section

    4.7 Ultrastructure of the Sarcotubular System in Skeletal Muscle

    4.8 The Sarcomere and Myofilaments in Contraction

    4.9 Ultrastructure of Skeletal Myofilaments in Transverse Section

    4.10 Intrinsic Blood Supply of Skeletal Muscle

    4.11 Skeletal Muscle Fiber Types

    4.12 Histochemistry and Ultrastructure of Skeletal Muscle Fiber Types

    4.13 High-Resolution Scanning Electron Microscopy of Skeletal Muscle

    4.14 Histology and Ultrastructure of the Muscle-Tendon Junction

    4.15 Structure and Function of Satellite Cells

    4.16 Organization of Neuromuscular Junctions

    4.17 Ultrastructure of Neuromuscular Junctions

    4.18 Histology of Cardiac Muscle

    4.19 Ultrastructural Components of Cardiac Muscle

    4.20 Ultrastructure of Cardiac Muscle in Longitudinal Section

    4.21 Ultrastructure of Cardiac Muscle in Transverse Section

    4.22 Ultrastructure of Intercalated Discs

    4.23 Ultrastructure of Atrial Myocytes

    4.24 Histology of Purkinje Fibers

    4.25 Ultrastructure of Purkinje Fibers

    4.26 Histology of Smooth Muscle

    4.27 Ultrastructure of Smooth Muscle

    4.28 Ultrastructure of Smooth Muscle in Transverse Section

    4.29 Innervation of Smooth Muscle

    4.30 Pathology of Muscle Tissue

    5 Nervous Tissue

    5.1 Overview

    5.2 Embryonic Development

    5.3 Structure and Function of the Meninges

    5.4 Neurocytology: Cytoarchitecture

    5.5 Neurocytology: Staining Methods

    5.6 Structure of a Neuron

    5.7 Ultrastructure of a Neuron in Gray Matter in Relation to Surrounding Structures

    5.8 Ultrastructure of a Spinal Cord Neuron Soma

    5.9 Types of Synapses

    5.10 Ultrastructure of Synapses

    5.11 Structure and Function of Glial Cells

    5.12 Structure and Function of Astrocytes

    5.13 Structure and Function of the Blood-Brain Barrier

    5.14 Ultrastructure of the Blood-Brain Barrier

    5.15 Myelination of Axons in the Central and Peripheral Nervous Systems

    5.16 Oligodendrocytes and Myelination in the Central Nervous System

    5.17 Structure and Function of the Ependyma

    5.18 Structure and Function of the Choroid Plexus

    5.19 Cytoarchitecture of the Cerebral Cortex

    5.20 Cytoarchitecture of the Cerebellum

    5.21 Histology and Ultrastructure of the Cerebellum

    5.22 Anatomy and Histology of the Spinal Cord

    5.23 Histology of Peripheral Nerves

    5.24 Ultrastructure of Myelinated and Unmyelinated Nerve Fibers in the Peripheral Nervous System

    5.25 Ultrastructure of Myelinated Nerve Fibers in the Peripheral Nervous System

    5.26 Nerve Fibers in Longitudinal Section and Nodes of Ranvier in the Peripheral Nervous System

    5.27 Histology of Peripheral Autonomic Ganglia

    5.28 Histology and Ultrastructure of Peripheral Ganglia

    5.29 Ultrastructure and Function of the Perineurium

    5.30 Pathology of Nervous Tissue

    6 Cartilage and Bone

    6.1 Overview

    6.2 Structure of Cartilage

    6.3 Histology of Hyaline Cartilage

    6.4 Composition of Hyaline Cartilage Matrix

    6.5 Histology of Fibrocartilage

    6.6 Histology of Elastic Cartilage

    6.7 Ultrastructure of Chondrocytes

    6.8 Overview of Bone Formation (Osteogenesis)

    6.9 Intramembranous Bone Formation

    6.10 Endochondral Bone Formation

    6.11 Structure and Function of Growth Plates

    6.12 Histology of the Growth Plate and the Metaphysis

    6.13 Histology of Trabecular Bone Deposition and Resorption

    6.14 Histology and Function of the Cells of Trabecular Bone

    6.15 Microarchitecture of Compact Bone

    6.16 Histology and Function of Spongy and Compact Bone

    6.17 Structure and Function of the Periosteum

    6.18 Formation and Composition of Collagen

    6.19 Ultrastructure of Osteoblasts

    6.20 Ultrastructure of Osteocytes

    6.21 Ultrastructure and Function of Osteoclasts

    6.22 Bone Fracture Repair: Early Events

    6.23 Bone Fracture Repair: Intermediate and Late Events

    6.24 Histology of Synovial Joints

    6.25 Histology and Function of the Synovium

    6.26 Pathology of Bone

    7 Blood and Bone Marrow

    7.1 Overview

    7.2 Formed Elements of Blood

    7.3 Ultrastructure and Function of Erythrocytes

    7.4 Structure and Function of Neutrophils

    7.5 Structure and Function of Eosinophils

    7.6 Structure and Function of Basophils

    7.7 Structure and Function of Lymphocytes

    7.8 Structure and Function of Monocytes

    7.9 Structure and Function of Platelets

    7.10 Histology of Bone Marrow

    7.11 Methods of Studying Bone Marrow

    7.12 Hematopoiesis

    7.13 Erythropoiesis

    7.14 Granulocytopoiesis

    7.15 Monocytopoiesis, Lymphocytopoiesis, and Thrombocytopoiesis

    7.16 Pathology of Blood and Bone Marrow

    II Systems

    8 Cardiovascular System

    8.1 Overview

    8.2 Histology and Function of the Heart Wall and Pericardium

    8.3 Histology of the Endocardium and Myocardium

    8.4 Histology of Heart Valves

    8.5 Classification of Arteries and Veins

    8.6 Histology of Elastic Arteries

    8.7 Ultrastructure of the Aorta

    8.8 Histology of Large Veins: the Venae Cavae

    8.9 Histology of Muscular Arteries and Veins

    8.10 Structure and Function of Coronary Arteries

    8.11 Structure and Function of Arterioles

    8.12 Ultrastructure and Function of Arterioles and Venules

    8.13 Ultrastructure and Function of Vascular Smooth Muscle

    8.14 Histology and Function of Venules, Veins, and Venous Valves

    8.15 Ultrastructure and Function of the Endothelium

    8.16 Structure and Function of Capillaries

    8.17 Ultrastructure and Function of Tight Capillaries

    8.18 Ultrastructure and Function of Fenestrated Capillaries

    8.19 Innervation of Blood Vessels

    8.20 Ultrastructure and Function of Lymphatic Capillaries

    8.21 Histology and Function of the Thoracic Duct

    8.22 Pathology of Cardiovascular System

    9 Lymphoid System

    9.1 Overview

    9.2 Histology and Function of Lymphatic Vessels

    9.3 Histology and Function of Mucosa-Associated Lymphoid Tissue

    9.4 Structure and Function of Lymph Nodes

    9.5 Histology of Lymph Nodes: Cortex and Paracortex

    9.6 Histology of Lymph Nodes: Medulla and Sinuses

    9.7 Structure and Function of High Endothelial Venules

    9.8 Structure and Function of Tonsils

    9.9 Histology and Function of Tonsils

    9.10 Development and Function of the Thymus

    9.11 Histology of the Thymus

    9.12 Structure and Function of the Blood-Thymus Barrier

    9.13 Histology and Function of the Thymic Medulla and Hassall Corpuscles

    9.14 Structure and Function of the Spleen

    9.15 Histology of the Spleen

    9.16 Blood Supply to White Pulp

    9.17 Blood Supply to Red Pulp

    9.18 Pathology of Lymphoid System

    10 Endocrine System

    10.1 Overview

    10.2 Anatomy of the Pituitary

    10.3 Development of the Pituitary

    10.4 Divisions and Functions of the Pituitary

    10.5 Blood Supply of the Pituitary

    10.6 Histology and Function of the Pituitary Lobes

    10.7 Histology of the Anterior Lobe: Chromophils and Chromophobes

    10.8 Immunocytochemistry of Cells of the Pars Distalis

    10.9 Functions of the Adenohypophysis

    10.10 Ultrastructure of the Anterior Lobe

    10.11 Functions of the Neurohypophysis

    10.12 Histology of the Posterior Lobe

    10.13 Ultrastructure and Function of the Posterior Lobe

    10.14 Overview of the Thyroid and Parathyroid

    10.15 Histology and Function of the Thyroid

    10.16 Ultrastructure and Function of Thyroid Follicular Cells

    10.17 Histology and Function of the Parathyroid

    10.18 Histology and Ultrastructure of Parathyroid Chief Cells

    10.19 Overview of the Adrenal and Its Blood Supply

    10.20 Development of the Adrenal

    10.21 Histology and Histochemistry of the Adrenal

    10.22 Histology and Function of the Adrenal Cortex and Medulla

    10.23 Ultrastructure of Spongiocytes in the Zona Fasciculata

    10.24 Ultrastructure of Chromaffin Cells in the Adrenal Medulla

    10.25 Overview and Histology of Islets of Langerhans

    10.26 Immunocytochemistry of Islets of Langerhans

    10.27 Ultrastructure of Islets of Langerhans

    10.28 Ultrastructure and Function of Beta Cells

    10.29 Histology of the Pineal

    10.30 Pathology of Endocrine System

    11 Integumentary System

    11.1 Overview

    11.2 Histology of Thick and Thin Skin

    11.3 Histology of the Epidermis

    11.4 Ultrastructure of the Epidermis

    11.5 Ultrastructure of Keratinocytes

    11.6 Histology and Function of Epidermal Melanocytes

    11.7 Ultrastructure of Melanocytes and Melanogenesis

    11.8 Structure and Function of Epidermal Langerhans Cells

    11.9 Histology and Vasculature of the Dermis

    11.10 Histology and Innervation of the Dermis

    11.11 Histology and Function of Eccrine Sweat Glands

    11.12 Histology and Function of Apocrine Sweat Glands

    11.13 Histology of Pilosebaceous Units: Hair

    11.14 Histology and Function of Pilosebaceous Units: Hair Follicles and Hair Growth

    11.15 Ultrastructure of Hair and Its Follicles

    11.16 Histology of Sebaceous Glands and Arrector Pili Muscles

    11.17 Ultrastructure and Function of Sebaceous Glands

    11.18 Anatomy and Histology of Nails

    11.19 Histology of Psoriasis

    11.20 Pathology of Integumentary System

    12 Upper Digestive System

    12.1 Overview

    12.2 Histology of the Lips: Skin and Vermilion Border

    12.3 Histology of the Lips: Oral Mucosa and Central Core

    12.4 Histology of the Oral Cavity: Cheek and Gingiva

    12.5 Structure and Function of the Tongue

    12.6 Histology and Function of Lingual Papillae

    12.7 Structure and Function of the Palate

    12.8 Structure and Function of Teeth

    12.9 Development and Histology of Teeth: Ameloblasts and Odontoblasts

    12.10 Histology of Teeth: Dentin and Enamel

    12.11 Structure and Function of Salivary Glands

    12.12 Histology of Parotid Glands

    12.13 Histology of Mixed Salivary (Submandibular and Sublingual) Glands

    12.14 Ultrastructure and Function of Striated Ducts

    12.15 Structure and Function of the Esophagus

    12.16 Histology of the Esophagus: Mucosa

    12.17 Histology of Mucous Glands of the Esophagus

    12.18 Histology and Function of the Esophagus: Muscularis Externa and Adventitia

    12.19 Histology and Function of the Esophagogastric Junction

    12.20 Structure and Function of the Enteric Nervous System

    12.21 Pathology of Upper Digestive System

    13 Lower Digestive System

    13.1 Development of the Foregut, Midgut, and Hindgut

    13.2 Structure and Function of the Stomach

    13.3 Histology of the Stomach: Gastric Glands and Pits

    13.4 Histology and Function of Surface Mucous and Mucous Neck Cells

    13.5 Histology of Gastric Chief Cells and Parietal Cells

    13.6 Ultrastructure and Function of Parietal Cells

    13.7 Ultrastructure and Function of Gastric Chief Cells

    13.8 Ultrastructure and Function of Enteroendocrine Cells

    13.9 Ultrastructure of the Serosa and Muscularis Externa

    13.10 Histology of the Gastroduodenal Junction

    13.11 Structure and Function of the Small Intestine

    13.12 Histology and Function of the Duodenum

    13.13 Histology of the Jejunum

    13.14 Histology of the Ileum

    13.15 Histology and Cell Renewal of the Epithelium of the Small Intestine

    13.16 Ultrastructure and Function of Enterocytes

    13.17 Ultrastructure and Function of Goblet Cells

    13.18 Ultrastructure and Function of Paneth Cells

    13.19 Structure and Function of the Large Intestine

    13.20 Histology of the Large Intestine

    13.21 Structure and Function of the Appendix

    13.22 Histology of the Appendix

    13.23 Structure and Function of the Anorectal Junction

    13.24 Histology of the Anorectal Junction

    13.25 Pathology of Lower Digestive System

    14 Liver, Gallbladder, and Exocrine Pancreas

    14.1 Overview of the Liver

    14.2 Classic Hepatic Lobules

    14.3 Portal Triads With Blood and Bile Supply

    14.4 Histology of the Portal Tract and Central Vein

    14.5 Histologic Arrangement of Hepatic Parenchyma

    14.6 Structure and Function of the Liver Acinus

    14.7 Histology of Glisson Capsule

    14.8 Ultrastructure of Hepatocytes

    14.9 Ultrastructure and Function of Hepatocytes

    14.10 Ultrastructure of Hepatic Sinusoids

    14.11 Ultrastructure and Function of Kupffer Cells

    14.12 Ultrastructure of the Space of Dissé

    14.13 Ultrastructure and Function of Hepatic Stellate Cells

    14.14 Histology and Ultrastructure of the Hepatic Biliary Duct System

    14.15 Ultrastructure and Function of Bile Canaliculi

    14.16 Overview of the Gallbladder

    14.17 Histology of the Gallbladder Wall

    14.18 Ultrastructure and Function of the Gallbladder Mucosa

    14.19 Overview of the Pancreas

    14.20 Histology of the Exocrine Pancreas: Ducts

    14.21 Histology of the Exocrine Pancreas: Acini

    14.22 Ultrastructure of the Exocrine Pancreas

    14.23 Development of the Pancreas

    14.24 Pathology of Liver

    15 Respiratory System

    15.1 Overview

    15.2 Structure of the Nasal Cavities and Paranasal Sinuses

    15.3 Histology of the Nasal Cavities and Paranasal Sinuses

    15.4 Histology of the Epiglottis

    15.5 Histology of the Larynx and Vocal Cords

    15.6 Structure of the Trachea and Major Bronchi

    15.7 Histology of the Trachea

    15.8 Scanning Electron Microscopy of Tracheal and Bronchial Epithelium

    15.9 Ultrastructure of Tracheal and Bronchial Epithelium

    15.10 Ultrastructure and Function of Respiratory Cilia

    15.11 Histology of the Bronchi

    15.12 Structure of Intrapulmonary Airways

    15.13 Histology of Terminal and Respiratory Bronchioles

    15.14 Ultrastructure of Bronchiolar Epithelium: Club Cells

    15.15 Intrapulmonary Blood Circulation

    15.16 Histology and Ultrastructure of Pulmonary Alveoli

    15.17 Ultrastructure of the Blood-Air Barrier

    15.18 Ultrastructure of Type II Pneumocytes

    15.19 Ultrastructure of Alveolar Macrophages

    15.20 Development of the Lower Respiratory System

    15.21 Pathology of Respiratory System

    16 Urinary System

    16.1 Overview

    16.2 Organization of the Renal Vasculature

    16.3 Anatomy of the Uriniferous Tubule (Nephron and Collecting Duct)

    16.4 Histology and Function of the Renal Cortex

    16.5 Histology of Renal Corpuscles

    16.6 Ultrastructure of Renal Corpuscles

    16.7 Ultrastructure and Function of Renal Corpuscles

    16.8 Ultrastructure and Function of the Renal Filtration Barrier

    16.9 Scanning Electron Microscopy of Renal Podocytes

    16.10 Histology of Proximal and Distal Tubules

    16.11 Ultrastructure and Function of Proximal and Distal Tubules

    16.12 Ultrastructure and Function of Proximal Tubules

    16.13 Ultrastructure of the Juxtaglomerular Complex

    16.14 Ultrastructure and Function of Cells of the Juxtaglomerular Complex

    16.15 Histology and Ultrastructure of Loops of Henle (Thin Segments)

    16.16 Histology of Collecting Ducts

    16.17 Ultrastructure and Function of Collecting Ducts

    16.18 Pronephros, Mesonephros, and Metanephros

    16.19 Development of the Metanephros

    16.20 Histology of the Ureters and Urinary Bladder

    16.21 Histology of the Ureters

    16.22 Histology of the Urinary Bladder

    16.23 Histology of the Male and Female Urethra

    16.24 Pathology of the Urinary System

    17 Male Reproductive System

    17.1 Overview

    17.2 Anatomy and Histology of Testes

    17.3 Testicular Development and Spermatogenesis

    17.4 Histology of Seminiferous Tubules

    17.5 Ultrastructure of Seminiferous Tubules and Spermatogenesis

    17.6 Ultrastructure of Germ Cells and Early Spermiogenesis

    17.7 Ultrastructure of Germ Cells and Later Spermiogenesis

    17.8 Ultrastructure and Function of Sertoli Cells

    17.9 Histology and Ultrastructure of Leydig Cells

    17.10 Ultrastructure and Function of Leydig Cells

    17.11 Anatomy and Histology of the Epididymis

    17.12 Histology and Function of the Epididymis

    17.13 Histology of the Ductus (Vas) Deferens

    17.14 Ultrastructure and Function of the Ductus (Vas) Deferens

    17.15 Anatomy and Histology of the Prostate and Seminal Vesicles

    17.16 Histology and Function of the Prostate

    17.17 Ultrastructure of the Prostate

    17.18 Histology of Seminal Vesicles

    17.19 Anatomy and Histology of the Urethra and Penis

    17.20 Histology of the Penis

    17.21 Histology and Function of the Penis

    17.22 Pathology of Male Reproductive System

    18 Female Reproductive System

    18.1 Overview

    18.2 Ovarian Structures and Development

    18.3 Histology of the Ovarian Cortex

    18.4 Histology of Developing Ovarian Follicles

    18.5 Ultrastructure of Developing Ovarian Follicles

    18.6 Histology of Mature Graafian Follicles

    18.7 Structure and Function of the Corpus Luteum

    18.8 Ultrastructure and Function of Steroid-Secreting Cells in the Ovary

    18.9 Histology of Atretic Follicles and Senile Ovaries

    18.10 Structure and Function of Fallopian Tubes

    18.11 Histology and Function of Fallopian Tubes

    18.12 Ultrastructure and Function of the Epithelium of Fallopian Tubes

    18.13 Anatomy and Histology of the Uterus

    18.14 Endometrial Blood Supply

    18.15 The Menstrual Cycle: Histologic and Hormonal Changes

    18.16 Histology of the Endometrium: Follicular Phase

    18.17 Histology of the Endometrium: Luteal Phase

    18.18 Histology of the Cervix

    18.19 Histology of the Vagina

    18.20 Anatomy and Histology of the External Genitalia

    18.21 Structure and Function of the Placenta

    18.22 Histology of the Placenta

    18.23 Ultrastructure and Function of the Placental Barrier

    18.24 Histology of the Umbilical Cord

    18.25 Development and Function of Mammary Glands

    18.26 Histology and Function of Nipples and Areolae

    18.27 Pathology of Female Reproductive System

    19 Eye and Adnexa

    19.1 Overview

    19.2 Development of the Eye

    19.3 Histology and Function of the Cornea

    19.4 Ultrastructure and Function of the Corneal Stroma

    19.5 Histology and Function of the Iris

    19.6 Histology and Function of the Lens

    19.7 Ultrastructure of Lens Fibers

    19.8 Histology and Function of the Ciliary Body

    19.9 Scanning Electron Microscopy of the Ciliary Body and Zonular Fibers

    19.10 Histology of the Canal of Schlemm and Drainage of Aqueous Humor

    19.11 Structure and Function of the Retina

    19.12 Histology of the Retina

    19.13 Histology and Ultrastructure of Retinal Photoreceptors

    19.14 Ultrastructure and Function of Membranous Discs

    19.15 Regional Specializations of the Retina

    19.16 Ultrastructure and Function of the Retinal Pigment Epithelium

    19.17 Blood Supply to the Retina

    19.18 Structure and Function of Eyelids: Cutaneous Surface and Core

    19.19 Structure of Eyelids: Free Margin and Conjunctival Surface

    19.20 Structure and Function of Lacrimal Glands

    19.21 Pathology of Eye and Adnexa

    20 Special Senses

    20.1 Overview

    20.2 Development of the Ear

    20.3 Histology and Function of the External Acoustic Meatus

    20.4 Histology and Function of the Middle Ear and Auditory Tube

    20.5 Histology and Function of the Cochlea

    20.6 Histology of the Organ of Corti

    20.7 Ultrastructure and Function of Cochlear Hair Cells

    20.8 Histology of Vestibular Receptors: Crista Ampullaris and Macula

    20.9 Scanning Electron Microscopy of the Crista Ampullaris

    20.10 Ultrastructure and Function of Vestibular Hair Cells

    20.11 Histology and Function of Olfactory Mucosa

    20.12 Scanning Electron Microscopy of Olfactory Epithelium

    20.13 Structure and Distribution of Taste Buds

    20.14 Histology and Function of Taste Buds

    20.15 Ultrastructure of Taste Buds

    20.16 Structure and Function of Cutaneous Sensory Receptors

    20.17 Ultrastructure and Function of Merkel Cell–Neurite Complexes

    20.18 Histology and Function of Meissner and Pacinian Corpuscles

    20.19 Structure and Function of Interoceptors: Carotid Body and Sinus

    20.20 Ultrastructure and Function of a Carotid Body

    20.21 Histology and Function of Muscle Spindles

    20.22 Ultrastructure and Function of Muscle Spindles

    20.23 Innervation of Muscle Spindles

    20.24 Ultrastructure and Function of Golgi Tendon Organs

    20.25 Pathology of Special Senses: the Ear

    Appendix Staining Methods and Techniques

    Index

     

     

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