Shu-xin Zhang M.D., Ph.D. (auth.)'s An Atlas of Histology PDF

By Shu-xin Zhang M.D., Ph.D. (auth.)

ISBN-10: 0387217606

ISBN-13: 9780387217604

ISBN-10: 0387949542

ISBN-13: 9780387949543

The starting scholar of histology is often faced by way of a paradox: diagrams in lots of books that illustrate human microanatomy in a simplified, cartoon-like demeanour are effortless to appreciate, yet are tough to narrate to genuine tissue specimens or pictures. In flip, images frequently fail to teach a few vital positive factors of a given tissue, simply because no person specimen can express all the tissue's salient fea­ tures both good. This atlas, jam-packed with photo-realistic drawings, used to be ready to assist bridge the distance among the simplicity of diagrams and the extra advanced actual­ ity of microstructure. all the figures during this atlas have been drawn from histological arrangements utilized by scholars in my histology sessions, on the point of sunshine microscopy. each one drawing isn't really easily an outline of a person histological part, yet is usually a synthesis of the main constructions and lines noticeable in lots of arrangements of comparable tissues or organs. The illustrations are consultant of the common positive aspects of every tissue and organ. The atlas serves as a compendium of the elemental morphological features of human tissue which scholars could be capable of recognize.

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The lumen of the acinus is larger than that of the eccrine sweat gland, and often filled with secretory product. Numerous myoepithelial cells are present between secretory cells and basement membrane. The secretion of the apocrine sweat gland is thick and become odoriferous after decomposition by skin bacteria (see Fig. 15-11). The secreting portion, the acinus, of the sebaceous gland (Fig. 1-15C) is composed of a mass of cells surrounded by a basement membrane. The mass of cells contains two types of cells: basal cells and secretory cells.

The inner circumferential lamellae are collectively thinner than the outer circumferential lamellae and run alongside the marrow cavity, which is lined by endosteum. Between the outer and inner circumferential lamellae are the Haversian systems and interstitial lamellae. Haversian systems (see also Figs. 3-7 and 3-8) consist of concentric lamellae with a Haversian canal in the center. Interstitial lamellae are a kind of irregular lamellae left by Haversian systems destroyed during growth and remodeling of bone.

Glandular Epithelium 19 Glandular Epithelium Human. E. stain. High magnification I r.. :J o . -0 -- Basement membrane -- 0 A. Eccrine sweat gland • . G:' 000(>~ B. ------- ~ C. Sebaceous gland Basement membrane ---=-e - Connective tissue D. Intraepithelial gland CONN ECTIVE TISSUE Connective tissue is one of the four basic tissues of the body, forming a diverse group of structures including circulating blood, soft tissue, and hard bone. All connective tissues have a common origin from mesenchyme and are composed of separated cells and abundant intercellular substance, or matrix.

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