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  • Female Reproductive System Visual Histology Recognition
  • What type of Follicle is this? A. Primordial Follicle C. Secondary Follicle B. Primary Follicle D. Mature Follicle
  • What type of Follicle is this? A. Primordial Follicle C. Secondary Follicle B. Primary Follicle D. Mature Follicle
  • What is the name of the region indicated by the arrow? A. Basal Lamina C. Zona Pellucida B. Stratum Granulosum B. Corona Radiata
  • What is the name of the region indicated by the arrow? A. Basal Lamina C. Zona Pellucida B. Stratum Granulosum D. Corona Radiata
  • What type of Follicle is this? A. Primordial Follicle C. Secondary Follicle B. Primary Follicle D. Mature/Graafian
  • What type of Follicle is this? A. Primordial Follicle C. Secondary Follicle B. Primary Follicle D. Mature/Graafian
  • What is the name of the region indicated by the arrow? A. Zona Pellucida C. Cumulus Oophorus B. Antrum D. Corona Radiata
  • What is the name of the region indicated by the arrow? A. Zona Pellucida C. Cumulus Oophorus B. Antrum D. Corona Radiata
  • What is the name of the region indicated by the arrow? A. Zona Pellucida C. Cumulus Oophorus B. Antrum D. Corona Radiata
  • What is the name of the region indicated by the arrow? A. Zona Pellucida C. Cumulus Oophorus B. Antrum D. Corona Radiata
  • What is the name of the layer of cells indicated by the arrow A. Theca Interna C. Cumulus Oophorus B. Corona Radiata D. Basal Lamina
  • What is the name of the layer of cells indicated by the arrow A. Theca Interna C. Cumulus Oophorus B. Corona Radiata D. Basal Lamina
  • What is the name of the organ shown in the figure below? A. Vagina C. Mammary Glands B. Uterine Tube D. Uterus
  • What is the name of the organ shown in the figure below? A. Vagina C. Mammary Glands B. Uterine Tube D. Uterus
  • What type of epithelium would be found lining this organ? A. Simple Squamous C. Simple Columnar B. Stratified Squamous D. Pseudostratified
  • What type of epithelium would be found lining this organ? A. Simple Squamous C. Simple Columnar B. Stratified Squamous D. Pseudostratified
  • What is the name of the organ shown below? A. Vagina C. Mammary Glands B. Uterine Tube D. Uterus
  • What is the name of the organ shown below? A. Vagina C. Mammary Glands B. Uterine Tube D. Uterus
  • What is the area indicated by the arrow called? A. Myometrium C. Perimetrium B. Endometrium D. Muscularis
  • What is the area indicated by the arrow called? A. Myometrium C. Perimetrium B. Endometrium D. Muscularis
  • What is the area indicated by the arrow called? A. Myometrium C. Perimetrium B. Stratum Functionale D. Mucosa
  • What is the area indicated by the arrow called? A. Myometrium C. Perimetrium B. Stratum Functionale D. Mucosa
  • What functional phase is shown below? A. Proliferative C. Menstrual B. SEcretory D. Lunar
  • What functional phase is shown below? A. Proliferative C. Menstrual B. SEcretory D. Lunar
  • What functional phase is shown below? A. Proliferative C. Menstrual B. SEcretory D. Parasitic
  • What functional phase is shown below? A. Proliferative C. Menstrual B. SEcretory D. Parasitic
  • What functional phase is shown below? A. Proliferative C. Menstrual B. SEcretory D. I didn’t pay attention
  • What functional phase is shown below? A. Proliferative C. Menstrual B. SEcretory D. I didn’t pay attention
  • What is this figure showing? A. Lactiferous ducts C. Perimetrium B. Transitional Zone D. Stigma
  • What is this figure showing? A. Lactiferous ducts C. Perimetrium B. Transitional Zone D. Stigma
  • 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? A. Vagina C. Mammary Glands B. Uterine Tube D. Uterus
  • Where was the slide below taken from? A. Vagina C. Mammary Glands B. Uterine Tube D. Uterus
  • Would this represent an inactive or active mammary gland? A. Active B. In-Active
  • Would this represent an inactive or active mammary gland? A. Active B. In-Active