Histo Recognition Update

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  • Histo Recognition Update

    1. 1. Female Reproductive System Visual Histology Recognition
    2. 2. What type of Follicle is this? A. Primordial Follicle C. Secondary Follicle B. Primary Follicle D. Mature Follicle
    3. 3. What type of Follicle is this? A. Primordial Follicle C. Secondary Follicle B. Primary Follicle D. Mature Follicle
    4. 4. What is the name of the region indicated by the arrow? A. Basal Lamina C. Zona Pellucida B. Stratum Granulosum B. Corona Radiata
    5. 5. What is the name of the region indicated by the arrow? A. Basal Lamina C. Zona Pellucida B. Stratum Granulosum D. Corona Radiata
    6. 6. What type of Follicle is this? A. Primordial Follicle C. Secondary Follicle B. Primary Follicle D. Mature/Graafian
    7. 7. What type of Follicle is this? A. Primordial Follicle C. Secondary Follicle B. Primary Follicle D. Mature/Graafian
    8. 8. What is the name of the region indicated by the arrow? A. Zona Pellucida C. Cumulus Oophorus B. Antrum D. Corona Radiata
    9. 9. What is the name of the region indicated by the arrow? A. Zona Pellucida C. Cumulus Oophorus B. Antrum D. Corona Radiata
    10. 10. What is the name of the region indicated by the arrow? A. Zona Pellucida C. Cumulus Oophorus B. Antrum D. Corona Radiata
    11. 11. What is the name of the region indicated by the arrow? A. Zona Pellucida C. Cumulus Oophorus B. Antrum D. Corona Radiata
    12. 12. 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
    13. 13. 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
    14. 14. What is the name of the organ shown in the figure below? A. Vagina C. Mammary Glands B. Uterine Tube D. Uterus
    15. 15. What is the name of the organ shown in the figure below? A. Vagina C. Mammary Glands B. Uterine Tube D. Uterus
    16. 16. What type of epithelium would be found lining this organ? A. Simple Squamous C. Simple Columnar B. Stratified Squamous D. Pseudostratified
    17. 17. What type of epithelium would be found lining this organ? A. Simple Squamous C. Simple Columnar B. Stratified Squamous D. Pseudostratified
    18. 18. What is the name of the organ shown below? A. Vagina C. Mammary Glands B. Uterine Tube D. Uterus
    19. 19. What is the name of the organ shown below? A. Vagina C. Mammary Glands B. Uterine Tube D. Uterus
    20. 20. What is the area indicated by the arrow called? A. Myometrium C. Perimetrium B. Endometrium D. Muscularis
    21. 21. What is the area indicated by the arrow called? A. Myometrium C. Perimetrium B. Endometrium D. Muscularis
    22. 22. What is the area indicated by the arrow called? A. Myometrium C. Perimetrium B. Stratum Functionale D. Mucosa
    23. 23. What is the area indicated by the arrow called? A. Myometrium C. Perimetrium B. Stratum Functionale D. Mucosa
    24. 24. What functional phase is shown below? A. Proliferative C. Menstrual B. SEcretory D. Lunar
    25. 25. What functional phase is shown below? A. Proliferative C. Menstrual B. SEcretory D. Lunar
    26. 26. What functional phase is shown below? A. Proliferative C. Menstrual B. SEcretory D. Parasitic
    27. 27. What functional phase is shown below? A. Proliferative C. Menstrual B. SEcretory D. Parasitic
    28. 28. What functional phase is shown below? A. Proliferative C. Menstrual B. SEcretory D. I didn’t pay attention
    29. 29. What functional phase is shown below? A. Proliferative C. Menstrual B. SEcretory D. I didn’t pay attention
    30. 30. What is this figure showing? A. Lactiferous ducts C. Perimetrium B. Transitional Zone D. Stigma
    31. 31. What is this figure showing? A. Lactiferous ducts C. Perimetrium B. Transitional Zone D. Stigma
    32. 32. What type of epithelium is the arrow pointing to? What organ does it belong to?
    33. 33. Non-Keratinized Stratified Squamous; Vagina
    34. 34. What type of epithelium is the arrow pointing to? What organ does it belong to?
    35. 35. Simple Columnar Epithelium; Cervix
    36. 36. Where was the slide below taken from? A. Vagina C. Mammary Glands B. Uterine Tube D. Uterus
    37. 37. Where was the slide below taken from? A. Vagina C. Mammary Glands B. Uterine Tube D. Uterus
    38. 38. Would this represent an inactive or active mammary gland? A. Active B. In-Active
    39. 39. Would this represent an inactive or active mammary gland? A. Active B. In-Active

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