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176 Smooth MuscleIdentify the primary type of cell within this section. The smooth muscle cell has a number of distinct characteristics that can be used to identify it, including its lack of striations and its centrally located nucleus. UCLA Histology Collection.Smooth Muscle; StomachUCLA Histology
177 Excision procedureThe central specimen is then removed ensuring that there is same thickness throughout the specimen.Surgical MethodsKnowledge Weavers Dermatology
178 ThyroidThe typical thyroid gland with near cuboidal histologically active follicles. Note the rich blood supply to this endocrine gland. UCLA Histology Collection.ThyroidUCLA Histology
179 EstradiolThe structure of ethinyl estradiol and mestranol.Knowledge Weavers Human Reproduction
180 Islet cell carcinomaIslet cell carcinomaKnowledge Weavers Pathology
181 Shave techniqueThis demonstrates the shave technique. Local anesthetic can be injected into the fat beneath the target lesion, or within the lesion itself. One should be extremely careful to inject as little anesthetic as necessary to anesthetize the skin, because the anesthetic will artifactually enlarge and dist...Knowledge Weavers Dermatology
182 Lymphoid TissueThe thick stratified squamous epithelium of the esophagus changes into thin simple columnar epithelium of the stomach. In the esophageal region, note two lymphoid nodules with clear germinal centers. Diffuse lymphoid tissue is found scattered throughout the inner layers of the digestive tract. UCLA ...Esophagus; germinal center; Lymphoid Tissue; StomachUCLA Histology
183 OvaryAn atretic tertiary follicle with both the zona pellucida and glassy membrane . Even at this power the glassy membrane should not be confused with a corpus albicans (see image 206-10-1). UCLA Histology Collection.atretic tertiary follicle; OvaryUCLA Histology
184 Gastrointestinal Tract - Submandibular GlandHigher magnification view of the submandibular gland showing purple serous alveoli, pale mucous alveoli, and the serous demilunes (half-moons) of mixed alveoli. Note the secretory granules within many serous acinar cells. UCLA Histology Collection.UCLA Histology
185 SuturingThis demonstrates placing the needle holder on the inside of the long arm of the V using actual suture.Knowledge Weavers Dermatology
186 Cells / Organelles - CartilageAt a higher power of this cartilage, identify a cell, glycogen, lacuna, and nucleus. A pale-staining area of cytoplasm represents the Golgi apparatus. UCLA Histology Collection.UCLA Histology
187 Bronchogenic carcinomaBronchogenic carcinomaKnowledge Weavers Pathology
188 Hard palate carcinomaHard palate carcinomaKnowledge Weavers Pathology
189 Diabetes mellitusDiabetes mellitusKnowledge Weavers Pathology
190 Gastrointestinal TractLow power view of the ano-rectal junction showing the transition from the simple columnar epithelium and crypts of the rectum to the non-keratinized stratified squamous epithelium of the anal canal. Shown here are also lymphatic aggregates in the lamina propria and a venous plexus in the submucosa. ...anal canal; ano-rectal junction; gastrointestinal tract; RectumUCLA Histology
191 RosaceaThe typical appearance of a patient with rosacea. The patient usually has underlying erythema on the nose and cheeks, and generally has superimposed red papules and pustules on these areas. The first stage of rosacea consists of only erythema, and the second stage consists of the superimposed red pa...Knowledge Weavers Dermatology
192 Spleen / Diffused Lymphoid TissueThis image shows red pulp riddled with sinusoids. Also note these components of white pulp: a central artery, a faint germinal center, and the marginal zone. Trabeculae and trabecular vessels can also be seen in this image. UCLA Histology Collection.Trabeculae; white pulp; red pulp; spleenUCLA Histology
193 Respiratory SystemIn this image, a respiratory bronchiole (with intermittent alveoli) branches into alveolar ducts (walled by continuous alveoli). Alveolar sacs and alveoli can also be seen. UCLA Histology Collection.Lung; respiratory bronchiole; Respiratory SystemUCLA Histology
194 Excision: suturingA single loop is thrown around the needle holder. The short arm of the suture is then grasped.Knowledge Weavers Dermatology
195 Bone / Cartilage - Endochondral OssificationThe long bones develop by endochondral ossification, in which a cartilage model is laid down and then transformed into bone. UCLA Histology Collection.UCLA Histology
196 Peripheral Nervous SystemLow power view of myelinated peripheral nerve. Also see the epineurium. UCLA Histology Collection.Peripheral Nervous SystemUCLA Histology
197 SuturingThis demonstrates a single loop of suture thrown around the needle holder.Knowledge Weavers Dermatology
198 Metastatic colon adenocarcinomaMetastatic colon adenocarcinomaKnowledge Weavers Pathology
199 Lymph NodesThis silver stained slide reveals the collagen and reticular fibers of the lymph node. Note the thick connective tissue capsule and its extension, the trabecula. Directly under the capsule is the subcapsular sinus that receives lymph flowing in from afferent lymphatic vessels. From the subcapsular s...Lymph Node; silver stain; subcapsular sinusUCLA Histology
200 BreastThe female prepubertal breast does not differ from the nulliparous breast with respect to its attenuated glandular elements.The remaining lobules are composed primarily of ducts with no glandular or secretory alveoli. Identify the connective tissue and note the adipose tissue. UCLA Histology Collect...Breast; prepubertal breastUCLA Histology
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