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    The main objective is to present complicated histology diagrams in a simple and easy manner. This book contains hand drawn H and E diagrams of all the slides which are included in the syllabus for undergraduate medical students. In the present edition, many new slides have been added covering the curriculum of various universities in India. New slides added as per the Medical Council of India (MCI) curriculum. Contains hand drawn H & E diagrams of all the slides which are included in the syllabus for undergraduate medical students. Short specific identification points for each slide have also been given. Identification points which are must know for an undergraduate medical student about the structure and functions of the tissue have also been added. This book will help to make histology record drawings easy for most of the students.

     

    Table of Contents:

    1. Simple Epithelium 2–3

    2. Stratified Epithelium 4–9

    A. Stratified Squamous (Non-Keratinized)

     B. Stratified Squamous (Keratinized)

    C. Transitional Epithelium

    3. Connective Tissue 10–11

    4. Connective Tissue Fibers 12–13

    5. Adipose Tissue 14–15

     6. Hyaline Cartilage 16–17

     7. Elastic Cartilage 18–19

    8. White Fibrocartilage 20–21

    9. Bone—Transverse Section 22–23

     10. Bone—Longitudinal Section 24–25

     11. Cancellous Bone 26–27

    12. Skeletal Muscle 28–29

     13. Cardiac Muscle 30–31

     14. Smooth Muscle 32–33

     15. Peripheral Nerve—Transverse Section 34–35

    16. Peripheral Myelinated Nerve 36–37

    17. Optic Nerve—Transverse Section 38–39

    18. Sympathetic Ganglion 40–41

     19. Dorsal Root Ganglion/Spinal Ganglion 42–43

    20. Large Artery/Elastic Artery 44–45

    21. Medium-sized Artery/Muscular Artery 46–47 2

    2. Large Vein 48–49

    23. Medium-sized Vein 50–51

    24. Capillaries and Sinusoids 52–53

    25. Lymph Node 54–55

    26. Spleen 56–57

    27. Tonsil 58–59

    28. Thymus 60–61

    29. Serous Salivary Gland 62–63

    30. Mucus Salivary Gland 64–65

    31. Mixed Salivary Gland 66–67

     32. Thick Skin 68–69

    33. Thin Skin 70–71

     34. Hair 72–73

    35. Trachea 74–75

     36. Lung 76–77

     37. Lip 78–79

    38. Tongue 80–83 A. Filiform and Fungiform Papillae B. Circumvallate Papillae

     39. Tooth 84–85

     40. Esophagus 86–87

    41. Stomach: Fundus and Body 88–89

     42. Stomach: Pylorus 90–91

    43. Duodenum 92–93

     44. Jejunum 94–95

     45. Ileum 96–97

     46. Large Intestine 98–99

    47. Appendix 100–101

    48. Liver 102–103

    49. Gallbladder 104–105

     50. Pancreas 106–107

     51. Kidney 108–109

     52. Ureter 110–111

     53. Urinary Bladder 112–113

    54. Prostatic Urethra 114–115

     55. Testis 116–117

     56. Epididymis 118–119

    57. Ductus Deferens/Vas Deferens 120–121 x

    58. Prostate 122–123

    59. Seminal Vesicle 124–125

    60. Ovary 126–127

    61. Uterus 128–131 A. Proliferative B. Secretory

    62. Fallopian Tube 132–133

    63. Mammary Gland 134–139 A. Inactive Stage B. In Pregnancy C. In Lactation

     64. Umbilical Cord 140–141

    65. Placenta 142–143

     66. Pituitary Gland 144–145

     67. Suprarenal/Adrenal Gland 146–147

    68. Thyroid and Parathyroid 148–149

     69. Cornea 150–151

     70. Retina 152–153

    71. Cerebrum 154–155

    72. Cerebellum 156–157

    73. Spinal Cord 158–159


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    Table of Contents:

     

    1.    Section 1. Cells and Tissues

    2.    1. The Cell

    3.    The Cell

    4.    The Cell

    5.    Cell Junctions

    6.    Cell Junctions

    7.    Nucleus

    8.    Nucleus

    9.    Nucleus

    10.  Nucleus

    11.  Mitochondria

    12.  Mitochondria

    13.  Ribosomes

    14.  Ribosomes

    15.  Golgi Complex

    16.  Golgi Complex

    17.  Cytoplasm

    18.  Cytoplasm

    19.  Inclusions

    20.  Inclusions

    21.  Cytoplasmic Vesicles

    22.  Cytoplasmic Vesicles

    23.  Cytoskeleton

    24.  Cytoskeleton

    25.  Histopathology

    26.  Histopathology

    27.  2. Epithelium and Exocrine Glands

    28.  Classification of Epithelia

    29.  Classification of Epithelia

    30.  Simple Squamous Epithelium

    31.  Simple Squamous Epithelium

    32.  Simple Columnar and Pseudostratified Epithelia

    33.  Simple Columnar and Pseudostratified Epithelia

    34.  Simple Columnar Epithelium

    35.  Simple Columnar Epithelium

    36.  Stratified Squamous Keratinized Epithelium

    37.  Stratified Squamous Keratinized Epithelium

    38.  Stratified Epithelium

    39.  Stratified Epithelium

    40.  Transitional Epithelium

    41.  Transitional Epithelium

    42.  Classification of Exocrine Glands

    43.  Classification of Exocrine Glands

    44.  Serous Cells

    45.  Serous Cells

    46.  Mucous Cells

    47.  Mucous Cells

    48.  Mammary Gland

    49.  Mammary Gland

    50.  Breast Cancer

    51.  Breast Cancer

    52.  3. Connective Tissue

    53.  Loose Connective Tissue

    54.  Loose Connective Tissue

    55.  Dense Connective Tissue

    56.  Dense Connective Tissue

    57.  Fibroblasts

    58.  Fibroblasts

    59.  Collagen

    60.  Collagen

    61.  Elastic Connective Tissue

    62.  Elastic Connective Tissue

    63.  Reticular Connective Tissue

    64.  Reticular Connective Tissue

    65.  Mast Cells

    66.  Mast Cells

    67.  Plasma Cells

    68.  Plasma Cells

    69.  Macrophages

    70.  Macrophages

    71.  Adipose Tissue

    72.  Adipose Tissue

    73.  Fibrosarcoma

    74.  Fibrosarcoma

    75.  4. Muscle Tissue

    76.  Skeletal Muscle

    77.  Skeletal Muscle

    78.  Skeletal Muscle

    79.  Skeletal Muscle

    80.  Sarcomere

    81.  Sarcomere

    82.  Satellite Cells

    83.  Satellite Cells

    84.  Neuromuscular Junction

    85.  Neuromuscular Junction

    86.  Cardiac Muscle

    87.  Cardiac Muscle

    88.  Cardiac Muscle

    89.  Cardiac Muscle

    90.  Cardiac Conduction System

    91.  Cardiac Conduction System

    92.  Smooth Muscle

    93.  Smooth Muscle

    94.  Smooth Muscle

    95.  Smooth Muscle

    96.  Myocardial Infarction

    97.  Myocardial Infarction

    98.  5. Nervous Tissue

    99.  Meninges

    100.               Meninges

    101.               Cerebrum

    102.               Cerebrum

    103.               Cerebellum

    104.               Cerebellum

    105.               Neuron

    106.               Neuron

    107.               Neuron

    108.               Neuron

    109.               Synapse in the Central Nervous System

    110.               Synapse in the Central Nervous System

    111.               Blood-Brain Barrier

    112.               Blood-Brain Barrier

    113.               Choroid Plexus

    114.               Choroid Plexus

    115.               Spinal Cord

    116.               Spinal Cord

    117.               Peripheral Nerve

    118.               Peripheral Nerve

    119.               Peripheral Nerve

    120.               Peripheral Ganglia

    121.               Peripheral Ganglia

    122.               Alzheimer Disease

    123.               Alzheimer Disease

    124.               6. Cartilage and Bone

    125.               Articular Hyaline Cartilage

    126.               Articular Hyaline Cartilage

    127.               Hyaline Cartilage

    128.               Hyaline Cartilage

    129.               Fibrocartilage

    130.               Fibrocartilage

    131.               Elastic Cartilage

    132.               Elastic Cartilage

    133.               Chondrocyte

    134.               Chondrocyte

    135.               Growth Plate

    136.               Growth Plate

    137.               Spongy Bone

    138.               Spongy Bone

    139.               Cells of Bone

    140.               Cells of Bone

    141.               Compact Bone

    142.               Compact Bone

    143.               Synovium

    144.               Synovium

    145.               Osteosarcoma

    146.               Osteosarcoma

    147.               7. Blood and Bone Marrow

    148.               Formed Elements of Blood

    149.               Formed Elements of Blood

    150.               Erythrocytes and Platelets

    151.               Erythrocytes and Platelets

    152.               Neutrophil

    153.               Neutrophil

    154.               Eosinophil

    155.               Eosinophil

    156.               Basophil

    157.               Basophil

    158.               Lymphocyte

    159.               Lymphocyte

    160.               Monocyte

    161.               Monocyte

    162.               Bone Marrow

    163.               Bone Marrow

    164.               Megakaryocyte

    165.               Megakaryocyte

    166.               Erythropoiesis and Granulocytopoiesis

    167.               Erythropoiesis and Granulocytopoiesis

    168.               Multiple Myeloma

    169.               Multiple Myeloma

    170.               Section 2. Systems

    171.               8. Cardiovascular System

    172.               Atrium

    173.               Atrium

    174.               Heart Wall and Pericardium

    175.               Heart Wall and Pericardium

    176.               Aorta

    177.               Aorta

    178.               Coronary Artery

    179.               Coronary Artery

    180.               Arteriole

    181.               Arteriole

    182.               Arteriole and Venule

    183.               Arteriole and Venule

    184.               Small Vein

    185.               Small Vein

    186.               Endothelium

    187.               Endothelium

    188.               Tight Capillary

    189.               Tight Capillary

    190.               Fenestrated Capillary

    191.               Fenestrated Capillary

    192.               Lymphatic Vessel

    193.               Lymphatic Vessel

    194.               Atherosclerosis

    195.               Atherosclerosis

    196.               9. Lymphoid System

    197.               Lymphoid Tissue

    198.               Lymphoid Tissue

    199.               Lymphatic Vessel

    200.               Lymphatic Vessel

    201.               Lymph Node

    202.               Lymph Node

    203.               Lymph Node

    204.               Lymph Node

    205.               High Endothelial Venule

    206.               High Endothelial Venule

    207.               Tonsil

    208.               Tonsil

    209.               Thymus

    210.               Thymus

    211.               Spleen

    212.               Spleen

    213.               White Pulp

    214.               White Pulp

    215.               Red Pulp

    216.               Red Pulp

    217.               Hodgkin Disease

    218.               Hodgkin Disease

    219.               10. Endocrine System

    220.               Pituitary

    221.               Pituitary

    222.               Intermediate Lobe

    223.               Intermediate Lobe

    224.               Anterior Pituitary

    225.               Anterior Pituitary

    226.               Posterior Pituitary

    227.               Posterior Pituitary

    228.               Thyroid

    229.               Thyroid

    230.               Parathyroid

    231.               Parathyroid

    232.               Adrenal

    233.               Adrenal

    234.               Adrenal

    235.               Adrenal

    236.               Spongiocyte

    237.               Spongiocyte

    238.               Pancreas

    239.               Pancreas

    240.               Islet of Langerhans

    241.               Islet of Langerhans

    242.               Pineal

    243.               Pineal

    244.               Multinodular Goiter

    245.               Multinodular Goiter

    246.               11. Integumentary System

    247.               Thin Skin

    248.               Thin Skin

    249.               Thick Skin

    250.               Thick Skin

    251.               Epidermis

    252.               Epidermis

    253.               Keratinocytes

    254.               Keratinocytes

    255.               Melanocytes

    256.               Melanocytes

    257.               Langerhans Cells

    258.               Langerhans Cells

    259.               Vasculature of the Dermis

    260.               Vasculature of the Dermis

    261.               Eccrine Sweat Gland

    262.               Eccrine Sweat Gland

    263.               Pilosebaceous Unit

    264.               Pilosebaceous Unit

    265.               Hair and Its Follicle

    266.               Hair and Its Follicle

    267.               Sebaceous Gland

    268.               Sebaceous Gland

    269.               Nails

    270.               Nails

    271.               Basal Cell Carcinoma

    272.               Basal Cell Carcinoma

    273.               12. Upper Digestive System

    274.               Lip

    275.               Lip

    276.               Gingiva

    277.               Gingiva

    278.               Tongue

    279.               Tongue

    280.               Palate

    281.               Palate

    282.               Teeth

    283.               Teeth

    284.               Salivary Glands

    285.               Salivary Glands

    286.               Striated Ducts

    287.               Striated Ducts

    288.               Esophagus

    289.               Esophagus

    290.               Esophagus

    291.               Esophagus

    292.               Esophagogastric Junction

    293.               Esophagogastric Junction

    294.               Enteric Nervous System

    295.               Enteric Nervous System

    296.               Esophageal Squamous Cell Carcinoma

    297.               Esophageal Squamous Cell Carcinoma

    298.               13. Lower Digestive System

    299.               Stomach

    300.               Stomach

    301.               Stomach

    302.               Stomach

    303.               Parietal Cells

    304.               Parietal Cells

    305.               Chief Cells

    306.               Chief Cells

    307.               Enteroendocrine Cells

    308.               Enteroendocrine Cells

    309.               Duodenum

    310.               Duodenum

    311.               Jejunum

    312.               Jejunum

    313.               Gastroduodenal Junction

    314.               Gastroduodenal Junction

    315.               Enterocytes

    316.               Enterocytes

    317.               Goblet Cells

    318.               Goblet Cells

    319.               Paneth Cells

    320.               Paneth Cells

    321.               Appendix

    322.               Appendix

    323.               Rectoanal Junction

    324.               Rectoanal Junction

    325.               Colorectal Cancer

    326.               Colorectal Cancer

    327.               14. Liver, Gallbladder, and Exocrine Pancreas

    328.               Liver

    329.               Liver

    330.               Hepatic Lobule

    331.               Hepatic Lobule

    332.               Portal Tract and Central Vein

    333.               Portal Tract and Central Vein

    334.               Liver Acinus

    335.               Liver Acinus

    336.               Hepatocyte

    337.               Hepatocyte

    338.               Hepatocyte

    339.               Hepatocyte

    340.               Hepatic Sinusoid

    341.               Hepatic Sinusoid

    342.               Biliary Duct System

    343.               Biliary Duct System

    344.               Gallbladder

    345.               Gallbladder

    346.               Gallbladder Epithelium

    347.               Gallbladder Epithelium

    348.               Pancreas

    349.               Pancreas

    350.               Pancreatic Acinus

    351.               Pancreatic Acinus

    352.               Fatty Liver Disease

    353.               Fatty Liver Disease

    354.               15. Respiratory System

    355.               Respiratory Mucosa

    356.               Respiratory Mucosa

    357.               Epiglottis

    358.               Epiglottis

    359.               Larynx and Vocal Cord

    360.               Larynx and Vocal Cord

    361.               Trachea

    362.               Trachea

    363.               Tracheal Epithelium

    364.               Tracheal Epithelium

    365.               Respiratory Cilia

    366.               Respiratory Cilia

    367.               Bronchus

    368.               Bronchus

    369.               Bronchiole

    370.               Bronchiole

    371.               Club Cells

    372.               Club Cells

    373.               Pulmonary Alveoli

    374.               Pulmonary Alveoli

    375.               Blood-Air Barrier

    376.               Blood-Air Barrier

    377.               Type II Pneumocyte

    378.               Type II Pneumocyte

    379.               Pneumonia

    380.               Pneumonia

    381.               16. Urinary System

    382.               Kidney

    383.               Kidney

    384.               Uriniferous Tubule

    385.               Uriniferous Tubule

    386.               Renal Corpuscle

    387.               Renal Corpuscle

    388.               Renal Corpuscle and Podocytes

    389.               Renal Corpuscle and Podocytes

    390.               Renal Filtration Barrier

    391.               Renal Filtration Barrier

    392.               Proximal Tubule

    393.               Proximal Tubule

    394.               Collecting Duct

    395.               Collecting Duct

    396.               Ureter

    397.               Ureter

    398.               Urinary Bladder

    399.               Urinary Bladder

    400.               Urethra

    401.               Urethra

    402.               Diabetic Glomerulosclerosis

    403.               Diabetic Glomerulosclerosis

    404.               17. Male Reproductive System

    405.               Male Reproductive System

    406.               Male Reproductive System

    407.               Testis and Seminiferous Tubule

    408.               Testis and Seminiferous Tubule

    409.               Spermatozoa

    410.               Spermatozoa

    411.               Seminiferous Epithelium

    412.               Seminiferous Epithelium

    413.               Epididymis

    414.               Epididymis

    415.               Vas (Ductus) Deferens

    416.               Vas (Ductus) Deferens

    417.               Prostate

    418.               Prostate

    419.               Prostatic Epithelium

    420.               Prostatic Epithelium

    421.               Seminal Vesicle

    422.               Seminal Vesicle

    423.               Urethra and Penis

    424.               Urethra and Penis

    425.               Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy

    426.               Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy

    427.               18. Female Reproductive System

    428.               Female Reproductive System

    429.               Female Reproductive System

    430.               Ovaries

    431.               Ovaries

    432.               Ovarian Follicles

    433.               Ovarian Follicles

    434.               Corpus Luteum

    435.               Corpus Luteum

    436.               Uterine (Fallopian) Tubes

    437.               Uterine (Fallopian) Tubes

    438.               Uterus

    439.               Uterus

    440.               Endometrium

    441.               Endometrium

    442.               Uterine Cervix

    443.               Uterine Cervix

    444.               External Genitalia and Vagina

    445.               External Genitalia and Vagina

    446.               Placenta

    447.               Placenta

    448.               Umbilical Cord

    449.               Umbilical Cord

    450.               Mammary Gland

    451.               Mammary Gland

    452.               Cervical Cancer

    453.               Cervical Cancer

    454.               19. Eye and Adnexa

    455.               Eyeball

    456.               Eyeball

    457.               Cornea

    458.               Cornea

    459.               Iris

    460.               Iris

    461.               Lens

    462.               Lens

    463.               Ciliary Body

    464.               Ciliary Body

    465.               Canal of Schlemm and Aqueous Humor

    466.               Canal of Schlemm and Aqueous Humor

    467.               Retina

    468.               Retina

    469.               Photoreceptors

    470.               Photoreceptors

    471.               Retinal Pigment Epithelium

    472.               Retinal Pigment Epithelium

    473.               Eyelid

    474.               Eyelid

    475.               Lacrimal Gland

    476.               Lacrimal Gland

    477.               Uveal Melanoma

    478.               Uveal Melanoma

    479.               20. Special Senses

    480.               Ear

    481.               Ear

    482.               External Acoustic Meatus

    483.               External Acoustic Meatus

    484.               Middle Ear and Auditory Tube

    485.               Middle Ear and Auditory Tube

    486.               Cochlea

    487.               Cochlea

    488.               Organ of Corti

    489.               Organ of Corti

    490.               Vestibular Receptors

    491.               Vestibular Receptors

    492.               Olfactory Mucosa

    493.               Olfactory Mucosa

    494.               Taste Buds

    495.               Taste Buds

    496.               Merkel Cells

    497.               Merkel Cells

    498.               Cutaneous Receptors

    499.               Cutaneous Receptors

    500.               Carotid Body and Carotid Sinus

    501.               Carotid Body and Carotid Sinus

    502.               Muscle Spindles

    503.               Muscle Spindles

    504.               Muscle and Joint Receptors

    505.               Muscle and Joint Receptors

    506.               Otosclerosis

    507.               Otosclerosis

     

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    Combining a reader-friendly textbook and a rich, full-color atlas, this bestselling resource equips medical, dental, health professions, and undergraduate biology and cell biology students with a comprehensive grasp of the clinical and functional correlates of histology and a vivid understanding of the structural and functional details of cells, tissues, and organs.
    Updated content throughout the text reflects the latest advances in cellular and molecular biology, accompanied by large, high-resolution illustrations and full-color photomicrographs that clarify microanatomy in vibrant detail. Ideal for integrated curriculums as well as standalone histology courses, this proven approach is accompanied by popular pedagogical features that distill complex information and help students save time.

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    Publisher's Note: Products purchased from Third Party sellers are not guaranteed by the publisher for quality, authenticity, or access to any online entitlements included with the product. The text that has defined histology for generations—concise, clear, beautifully illustrated, and better than ever A Doody’s Core Title for 2019! For more than four decades, Junqueira’s Basic Histology has built a global reputation as the most accessible, yet comprehensive overview of human tissue structure and function available. This trusted classic delivers a well-organized and concise presentation of cell biology and histology that integrates the material with that of biochemistry, immunology, endocrinology, and physiology, and provides an excellent foundation for subsequent studies in pathology. Junqueira’s is written specifically for students of medicine and other health-related professions, as well as for advanced undergraduate courses in tissue biology – and there is nothing else like it.

     

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    •Electron and light micrographs comprise a definitive atlas of cell, tissue, and organ structures

    •NEW! Each chapter now includes a set of multiple-choice self-test questions that allow you to assess your comprehension of important material, with some questions utilizing clinical vignettes or cases to provide real-world relevance

     •Summary of Key Points and Summary Tables highlight what is important and present it in a way that makes it memorable

    •Streamlined page design—including concise, high-yield paragraphs; bullets; and bolded key terms •Acclaimed art and other figures facilitate learning and visualization of key aspects of cell biology and histology

    •A cohesive organization examines how to study the structures of cells and tissues; the cell cytoplasm and nucleus; and the four basic tissue types and their role in the organ systems •Clinical Correlations presented with each topic

    •All-inclusive coverage encompasses all tissues, every organ system, organs, bone and cartilage, blood, skin, and more

     •Valuable appendix on light microscopy stains clearly explains this need-to-know staining technique

     

    Table of Contents:

     

    1 Histology & Its Methods of Study

    Preparation of Tissues for Study

    Light Microscopy

    Electron Microscopy

    Autoradiography

    Cell & Tissue Culture

    Enzyme Histochemistry

    Visualizing Specific Molecules

    Interpretation of Structures in Tissue Sections

    Summary of Key Points

    Assess Your Knowledge

    2 The Cytoplasm

    Cell Differentiation

    The Plasma Membrane

    Cytoplasmic Organelles

    The Cytoskeleton

    Inclusions

    Summary of Key Points

    Assess Your Knowledge

    3 The Nucleus

    Components of the Nucleus

    The Cell Cycle

    Mitosis

    Stem Cells & Tissue Renewal

    Meiosis

    Apoptosis

    Summary of Key Points

    Assess Your Knowledge

    4 Epithelial Tissue

    Characteristic Features of Epithelial Cells

    Specializations of the Apical Cell Surface

    Types of Epithelia

    Transport Across Epithelia

    Renewal of Epithelial Cells

    Summary of Key Points

    Assess Your Knowledge

    5 Connective Tissue

    Cells of Connective Tissue

    Fibers

    Ground Substance

    Types of Connective Tissue

    Summary of Key Points

    Assess Your Knowledge

    6 Adipose Tissue

    White Adipose Tissue

    Brown Adipose Tissue

    Summary of Key Points

    Assess Your Knowledge

    7 Cartilage

    Hyaline Cartilage

    Elastic Cartilage

    Fibrocartilage

    Cartilage Formation, Growth, & Repair

    Summary of Key Points

    Assess Your Knowledge

    8 Bone

    Bone Cells

    Bone Matrix

    Periosteum & Endosteum

    Types of Bone

    Osteogenesis

    Bone Remodeling & Repair

    Metabolic Role of Bone

    Joints

    Summary of Key Points

    Assess Your Knowledge

    9 Nerve Tissue & the Nervous System

    Development of Nerve Tissue

    Neurons

    Glial Cells & Neuronal Activity

    Central Nervous System

    Peripheral Nervous System

    Neural Plasticity & Regeneration

    Summary of Key Points

    Assess Your Knowledge

    10 Muscle Tissue

    Skeletal Muscle

    Cardiac Muscle

    Smooth Muscle

    Regeneration of Muscle Tissue

    Summary of Key Points

    Assess Your Knowledge

    11 The Circulatory System

    Heart

    Tissues of the Vascular Wall

    Vasculature

    Lymphatic Vascular System

    Summary of Key Points

    Assess Your Knowledge

    12 Blood

    Composition of Plasma

    Blood Cells

    Summary of Key Points

    Assess Your Knowledge

    13 Hemopoiesis

    Stem Cells, Growth Factors, & Differentiation

    Bone Marrow

    Maturation of Erythrocytes

    Maturation of Granulocytes

    Maturation of Agranulocytes

    Origin of Platelets

    Summary of Key Points

    Assess Your Knowledge

    14 The Immune System & Lymphoid Organs

    Innate & Adaptive Immunity

    Cytokines

    Antigens & Antibodies

    Antigen Presentation

    Cells of Adaptive Immunity

    Thymus

    Mucosa-Associated Lymphoid Tissue

    Lymph Nodes

    Spleen

    Summary of Key Points

    Assess Your Knowledge

    15 Digestive Tract

    General Structure of the Digestive Tract

    Oral Cavity

    Esophagus

    Stomach

    Small Intestine

    Large Intestine

    Summary of Key Points

    Assess Your Knowledge

    16 Organs Associated with the Digestive Tract

    Salivary Glands

    Pancreas

    Liver

    Biliary Tract & Gallbladder

    Summary of Key Points

    Assess Your Knowledge

    17 The Respiratory System

    Nasal Cavities

    Pharynx

    Larynx

    Trachea

    Bronchial Tree & Lung

    Lung Vasculature & Nerves

    Pleural Membranes

    Respiratory Movements

    Summary of Key Points

    Assess Your Knowledge

    18 Skin

    Epidermis

    Dermis

    Subcutaneous Tissue

    Sensory Receptors

    Hair

    Nails

    Skin Glands

    Skin Repair

    Summary of Key Points

    Assess Your Knowledge

    19 The Urinary System

    Kidneys

    Blood Circulation

    Renal Function: Filtration, Secretion, & Reabsorption

    Ureters, Bladder, & Urethra

    Summary of Key Points

    Assess Your Knowledge

    20 Endocrine Glands

    Pituitary Gland (Hypophysis)

    Adrenal Glands

    Pancreatic Islets

    Diffuse Neuroendocrine System

    Thyroid Gland

    Parathyroid Glands

    Pineal Gland

    Summary of Key Points

    Assess Your Knowledge

    21 The Male Reproductive System

    Testes

    Intratesticular Ducts

    Excretory Genital Ducts

    Accessory Glands

    Penis

    Summary of Key Points

    Assess Your Knowledge

    22 The Female Reproductive System

    Ovaries

    Uterine Tubes

    Major Events of Fertilization

    Uterus

    Embryonic Implantation, Decidua, & the Placenta

    Cervix

    Vagina

    External Genitalia

    Mammary Glands

    Summary of Key Points

    Assess Your Knowledge

    23 The Eye & Ear: Special Sense Organs

    Eyes: The Photoreceptor System

    Ears: The Vestibuloauditory System

    Summary of Key Points

    Assess Your Knowledge

    Appendix

    Figure Credits

    Index

     

  • Textbook of Histology
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    Textbook of Histology, 5th Edition, brings you up to date with all that’s new in the field, while providing a solid foundation in the basic science and clinical application of cellular and molecular biology. Concise and highly illustrated, it functions as both a text and a histology laboratory guide and remains the only histology textbook that includes laboratory exercises for nearly every chapter.

    Table Of Contents:

    1 Introduction to Histology and Basic Histological Techniques

    2 Cytoplasm

    3 Nucleus

    4 Extracellular Matrix

    5 Epithelium and Glands

    6 Connective Tissue

    7 Cartilage and Bone

    8 Muscle

    9 Nervous Tissue

    10 Blood and Hemopoiesis

    11 Circulatory System

    12 Lymphoid (Immune) System

    13 Endocrine System

    14 Integument

    15 Respiratory System

    16 Digestive System: Oral Cavity

    17 Digestive System: Alimentary Canal

    18 Digestive System: Glands

    19 Urinary System

    20 Female Reproductive System

    21 Male Reproductive System

    22 Special Senses

       

     

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    Description:

    With strong correlations between gross anatomy and the microanatomy of structures, Netter’s Essential Histology, 3rd Edition, is the perfect text for today’s evolving medical education. Concise and easy to use, it integrates gross anatomy and embryology with classic histology slides and state-of-the-art scanning electron microscopy, offering a clear, visual understanding of this complex subject. Additional histopathology images, more clinical boxes, and new histopathology content ensure that this textbook-atlas clearly presents the most indispensable histologic concepts and their clinical relevance.

    Helps you recognize both normal and diseased structures at the microscopic level with the aid of succinct explanatory text as well as numerous clinical boxes. 

    Features more histopathology content and additional clinical boxes to increase your knowledge of pathophysiology and clinical relevance. 

    Includes high-quality light and electron micrographs, including enhanced and colorized electron micrographs that show ultra-structures in 3D, side by side with classic Netter illustrations that link your knowledge of anatomy and cell biology to what is seen in the micrographs. 

    Provides online access to author-narrated video overviews of each chapter, plus Zoomify images and Virtual Slides that include histopathology and can be viewed at different magnifications. 

    Evolve Instructor site with an image and test bank is available to instructors through their Elsevier sales rep or via request at https://evolve.elsevier.com. 

     

    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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