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  • Female Reproductive System Visual Histology Recognition
  • What type of Follicle is this?
  • -Late Primary Follicle
  • What is the name of the region indicated by the arrow ?
  • Zona Pellucida
  • What type of Follicle is this?
  • MAture/Graafian Follicle
  • What is the name of the region indicated by the arrow?
  • Antrum (filled with Follicular Fluid)
  • What is the name of the region indicated by the arrow?
  • Cumulus oophorus
  • What is the name of the layer of cells indicated by the arrow
  • Corona Radiata
  • What is the name of the organ shown in the figure below?
  • Uterine Tube
  • What type of epithelium would be found lining this organ?
  • Simple Columnar Epithelium
  • What is the name of the organ shown below?
  • Uterus
  • What is the area indicated by the arrow called?
  • Endometrium
  • What is the area indicated by the arrow called?
  • Myometrium
  • What functional phase is shown below?
  • Secretory Phase
  • What functional phase is shown below?
  • Proliferative Phase
  • What functional phase is shown below?
  • Menstrual Phase
  • What is this figure showing?
  • Transitional Zone
  • What type of epithelium is the arrow pointing to? What organ does it belong to?
  • Non-Keratinized Stratified Squamous; Vagina
  • What type of epithelium is the arrow pointing to? What organ does it belong to?
  • Simple Columnar Epithelium; Cervix
  • Where was the slide below taken from?
  • Mammary Gland
  • Would this represent an inactive or active mammary gland?
  • Active