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Systems

  1. The cardiovascular System

    The cardiovascular System

    In this chapter we will describe the microscopic appearance of the blood and the histological features of the cardiovascular system. More.
    1. Blood
      Microscopic appearance of the blood
    2. Bone marrow
      Histological features of the bone marrow
    3. Arteries and veins
      General histological features of arteries and veins
    4. Heart
      Detailed microscopic anatomy of heart
  2. The Integumentary System

    The Integumentary System

    In this chapter we will explore the histological features of the parts of the integumentary system. More.
    1. Skin
      General histology of the skin.
    2. Sweat glands
      Histological appearance of the sweat glands
    3. Peripheral mechanoreceptors
      Histology of the peripheral mechanoreceptors.
    4. Scalp and hair
      Histological features of the scalp and hair.
  3. The respiratory system

    The respiratory system

    Histological appearance of the organs of the respiratory system.
    1. Lung
      Histological appearance of normal lung tissue and its components.
    2. Trachea
      Appearance and features of trachea under microscope.
  4. The excretory system

    The excretory system

    Histological features of the excretory system
    1. Kidney
      A thorough look at the microscopic structure of kidney and its cell types.
    2. Ureters
      Microscopic anatomy of ureters.
    3. Urethra and bladder
      Microscopic Anatomy of both the urethra and the urinary bladder.
  5. The digestive system

    The digestive system

    Cells and tissues of the digestive system
    1. Tongue and epiglottis
      Histological properties of the tongue and the epiglottis.
    2. Gingiva and teeth
      A closer look at the microscopic anatomy of the Gingiva (Gums) and Teeth.
    3. Parotid gland
      Histology of the human's largest salivary gland.
    4. Sublingual gland
      Distinguishing histological characteristics of the sublingual gland.
    5. Submandibular gland
      Distinguishing histological characteristics of the submandibular gland.
    6. Esophagus
      Histological features of Esophagus.
    7. Stomach
      A thorough look at stomach under microscope.
    8. Pancreas
      Microscopic anatomy of the exocrine & endocrine pancreas.
    9. Duodenum
      Histological features of the duodenum.
    10. Jejunum
      General & distinctive histological features of the jejenum.
    11. Colon
      Distinctive features of the different parts of the colon under the microscope.
    12. Ileum
      A look at the distinguishing characteristics of the Ileum under microscope.
    13. Liver
      A thorough look at the body's largest compound gland under microscope.
    14. Gallbladder
      Histological features of the gallbladder.
    15. Appendix
      Histological characteristics of the appendix.
  6. The lymphatic system

    The lymphatic system

    The lymphatic system consists of groups of cells, tissues, and organs that react to the presence of potentially harmful substances.
    1. Lymph node
      The microscopic anatomy details of a lymph node.
    2. Palatine tonsil
      The distinctive histological hallmarks of the palatine tonsils.
    3. Pharyngeal tonsil
      Distinguishing features of the pharyngeal tonsil under the microscope.
  7. The male reproductive system

    The male reproductive system

    Histological features of the organs of the male reproductive system.
    1. Testis
      Microscopic structure of the testis.
    2. Epididymis
      Histological features of the epididymis.
    3. Spermatic cord
      The different components of the spermatic cord under the microscope.
    4. Penis
      Microscopic anatomy in a cross-section through the human penis.
    5. Prostate
      A thorough look at the prostate under the microscope.

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