Lymphoid
What organ? Palatine tonsil       crypt Lined with?Stratified squamousepithelium
Secondary nodule
What organ?   Thymus                       No hylus                                  Capsule         lobules
cortex       medullaNo germinal centers                      What are the areas filled with?                              ...
Hassall Corpuscle- enveloped by reticular cellsT Lymphocytes
What organ?              Spleen   Fibrous capsule
Red pulpWhite pulpSecondary nodule
Central arteriole                    PAL rich in T Lymphocytes
Red pulp with splenic cordsand venous sinuses
capsule          White pulp
What organ?    Lymph node   hilus                                           Medullaparacortex             Cortex
Germinal center                                  Secondary noduleAll located in the outer cortex
Cortex               Afferent lymphatic vessel          Subscapular sinusCapsule
Stomach   Primary lymphatic noduleUnencapulated lymphoid tissue
Skin and Appendages
Thick Skin
Stratum spinosum                                 Dermal papillaemelanocytes
Thin Skin
Thin skin   No thicker then            the rest of the            epidermis
Keratinized        Stratified Squamous        EpitheliaWhat is it?                              Skin
Where are we?                                      Keratinized Stratified                        Thick Skin               ...
What area of the skin?   Hypodermis                             Adipose Tissue                            Peripheral Nucleus
Where are we?                        Thick Skin                Stratum Corneum                Stratum Granulosum          ...
Dermis                  Dense Irreg                  Connective Tissue     Hypodermis
What is it?   Thin Skin                          Blue Stained                          Elastic, Collagen,                 ...
ORAL REGION ESPHAGUS ANDSTOMACH
tongue
Mucous                GlandsSerous Glands
filiform                               Hyper keratinized                               No tastebuds                       ...
tongue
circumvallate                                  Rich in taste bud Von Ebners Glands - Secretes a watery fluid that dissolve...
foliate
Stratified Squamous Epithelium Lingual Salivary Glands - Exocrine glands because the secretion product Is released into a ...
esophagus
Stratified Squamous                Epithelium                  sub mucosaMuscularisMucosa – hassmooth muscle
stomach          mucosa          submusca
Lined by simple columnar epitheliumstomachGastric pits
Mucus secreting cells                                             Parietal cells                                          ...
duodenum
duodenumGoblet cells               Brunners glands
submucosa                                  Circular smooth muscle                                     Longitudinal smooth ...
jejunum
serosa               submucosa    villiMuscularisexterna                           plicae                 mucosa
Simple columnarPaneth cellsContainantibacterialcells                                                 Brush boarder        ...
Ileum
Ileum        Payer patch        A lot of lymphocyte
colon        Crypts of lieberkuhn
Lymphatic nodule
myenteric plexus
Teniae coli
Stratified squamousAnorectal junction                                           Simple                                    ...
Keratinized squamous
appendix           Secondary lymphatic nodule
DIGESTIVE GLANDS
Submandibular GlandIntralobularstriated duct    demilune mucus                serous
Submandibular Gland                                capsule Interlobular ducts Pseudo stratified epithelium Excretory gland
Parotid Gland
Parotid Gland                       Interlobular ducts                  Intralobular                  striated duct   sept...
Parotid Gland                Intralobular                striated duct                                Intercalated ducts  ...
pancreas           Islets of langerhand
pancreas           Zymogen granules                              Islets of langerhand                              With Al...
pancreas           Interlobular duct           Simple columnar
pancreas                      Acini                      Zymogen granulesCenteroacinar cells
liver                 Central vein   Portal vein   With CT                                sinusoid
liver           hepatocytesKupffer cellsThe macrophage
gallbladderSmooth m   serosa
gallbladder                 Simple columnarLamina propira  Smooth m
RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
Smooth mucles   Trachea thyroid                             Trachealis muscleesophagus
Hyaline cartilageTrachea                                      submucosa                                    Lamina propria ...
lung       artery                Bronchiole                Ciliated simple columnar
lung alveoli           Alveoli duct
Type 2 pneumocyte (foamy)                                         Type 1 pneumocyteClara cell
Bronchus- has cartilagelung                          Ciliated psuedostratifided columnar
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  • Mallory Trichrome Stain
  • P2 histo lab

    1. 1. Lymphoid
    2. 2. What organ? Palatine tonsil crypt Lined with?Stratified squamousepithelium
    3. 3. Secondary nodule
    4. 4. What organ? Thymus No hylus Capsule lobules
    5. 5. cortex medullaNo germinal centers What are the areas filled with? Lymphocytes
    6. 6. Hassall Corpuscle- enveloped by reticular cellsT Lymphocytes
    7. 7. What organ? Spleen Fibrous capsule
    8. 8. Red pulpWhite pulpSecondary nodule
    9. 9. Central arteriole PAL rich in T Lymphocytes
    10. 10. Red pulp with splenic cordsand venous sinuses
    11. 11. capsule White pulp
    12. 12. What organ? Lymph node hilus Medullaparacortex Cortex
    13. 13. Germinal center Secondary noduleAll located in the outer cortex
    14. 14. Cortex Afferent lymphatic vessel Subscapular sinusCapsule
    15. 15. Stomach Primary lymphatic noduleUnencapulated lymphoid tissue
    16. 16. Skin and Appendages
    17. 17. Thick Skin
    18. 18. Stratum spinosum Dermal papillaemelanocytes
    19. 19. Thin Skin
    20. 20. Thin skin No thicker then the rest of the epidermis
    21. 21. Keratinized Stratified Squamous EpitheliaWhat is it? Skin
    22. 22. Where are we? Keratinized Stratified Thick Skin Squamous Epithelium Dermis- Solid Eosinophilic Tissue Hypodermis= Subcutis Eosinophilic IslandsWhat kind of tissue are the dermis & Hypodermis? Dense Irregular Connective Tissue
    23. 23. What area of the skin? Hypodermis Adipose Tissue Peripheral Nucleus
    24. 24. Where are we? Thick Skin Stratum Corneum Stratum Granulosum Stratum Spinosum Stratum basale Dermis
    25. 25. Dermis Dense Irreg Connective Tissue Hypodermis
    26. 26. What is it? Thin Skin Blue Stained Elastic, Collagen, & Reticular Fibers
    27. 27. ORAL REGION ESPHAGUS ANDSTOMACH
    28. 28. tongue
    29. 29. Mucous GlandsSerous Glands
    30. 30. filiform Hyper keratinized No tastebuds Fungiform s mixed inSkeletal muscle
    31. 31. tongue
    32. 32. circumvallate Rich in taste bud Von Ebners Glands - Secretes a watery fluid that dissolves food constituents Serous glands
    33. 33. foliate
    34. 34. Stratified Squamous Epithelium Lingual Salivary Glands - Exocrine glands because the secretion product Is released into a cavity (oral cavity).
    35. 35. esophagus
    36. 36. Stratified Squamous Epithelium sub mucosaMuscularisMucosa – hassmooth muscle
    37. 37. stomach mucosa submusca
    38. 38. Lined by simple columnar epitheliumstomachGastric pits
    39. 39. Mucus secreting cells Parietal cells Produce HCLChief cellsProduce pepsinogen
    40. 40. duodenum
    41. 41. duodenumGoblet cells Brunners glands
    42. 42. submucosa Circular smooth muscle Longitudinal smooth muscle Auerbach plexusBrunners glands Muscularis mucosa
    43. 43. jejunum
    44. 44. serosa submucosa villiMuscularisexterna plicae mucosa
    45. 45. Simple columnarPaneth cellsContainantibacterialcells Brush boarder Goblet cells Crypts of lieberkuhn
    46. 46. Ileum
    47. 47. Ileum Payer patch A lot of lymphocyte
    48. 48. colon Crypts of lieberkuhn
    49. 49. Lymphatic nodule
    50. 50. myenteric plexus
    51. 51. Teniae coli
    52. 52. Stratified squamousAnorectal junction Simple columnar
    53. 53. Keratinized squamous
    54. 54. appendix Secondary lymphatic nodule
    55. 55. DIGESTIVE GLANDS
    56. 56. Submandibular GlandIntralobularstriated duct demilune mucus serous
    57. 57. Submandibular Gland capsule Interlobular ducts Pseudo stratified epithelium Excretory gland
    58. 58. Parotid Gland
    59. 59. Parotid Gland Interlobular ducts Intralobular striated duct septaSerous acini
    60. 60. Parotid Gland Intralobular striated duct Intercalated ducts Less cytoplasm Simple cuboidal
    61. 61. pancreas Islets of langerhand
    62. 62. pancreas Zymogen granules Islets of langerhand With Alpha and Beta cells
    63. 63. pancreas Interlobular duct Simple columnar
    64. 64. pancreas Acini Zymogen granulesCenteroacinar cells
    65. 65. liver Central vein Portal vein With CT sinusoid
    66. 66. liver hepatocytesKupffer cellsThe macrophage
    67. 67. gallbladderSmooth m serosa
    68. 68. gallbladder Simple columnarLamina propira Smooth m
    69. 69. RESPIRATORY SYSTEM
    70. 70. Smooth mucles Trachea thyroid Trachealis muscleesophagus
    71. 71. Hyaline cartilageTrachea submucosa Lamina propria Ciliated pseudostatified columnar
    72. 72. lung artery Bronchiole Ciliated simple columnar
    73. 73. lung alveoli Alveoli duct
    74. 74. Type 2 pneumocyte (foamy) Type 1 pneumocyteClara cell
    75. 75. Bronchus- has cartilagelung Ciliated psuedostratifided columnar

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