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Methods in Histology

Benefits of live specimens, Disadvantages of live specimens, How do fixed specimens work?, 2 types of fixation?, Benefits of frozen specimens, Disadvantages of frozen specimens, Benefits of chemical fixation, Disadvantages of chemical fixation, Crosslinkers: Monofunctional and bifunctional crosslinkage (fromaldehyde) for what, Crosslinkers: Osmium tetroxide for what, Precipitants?, Solid material embedded for electron micro, Solid material embedded for light micro, Micro image results from what, Light source

2016-01-29 • 53 Cards

Histologi

Definiton på kirtel, Hvilken type væv findes altid under ephithelvæv og hvilken funktion har det ifht. epithelvæv?, Tunica media, Direkte ossifikation, Karvæggens opbygning - generelt, epifyseskive inddeling i 5 zoner, Tunica adventitia, tunica intima, Kapillære netværk, 2 typer ossifikation, Forskel mellem arterioler og venoler, Hvordan ser vaso vasorum ud fra en venule, Mikrocirkulation (kolloidosmotisk tryk), Hvordan ser en arteriole ud på et histologisk billede (længdesnit), Inddirekte ossifikation

2016-01-21 • 192 Cards

Histologi - Blodceller

2016-01-03 • 4 Cards

Histologi - Nervevæv

• Kunne forklare den principielle opbygning af nerveceller (soma, dendriter, axon, terminal)., • Kunne beskrive Nissl substans, axonhøjen, myelinskedens opbygning og betydning, Ranviers indsnøringer, mekanisme for dannelse af myelinskeden ved Schwannske celler og oligodendrocyter., • Kunne beskrive opbygningen af pseudounipolære (”unipolære”), bipolære og multipolære neuroner., • Kunne forklare principperne for transport langs axonet, • Kende udseende og funktion af gliaceller i det centrale (astrocyter, oligodendrocyter, mikroglia, ependym) og perifere nervesystem (Schwannske celler, satellitceller – ikke at forveksle med satellitceller i muskulatur!)., • Kunne identificere nervecellesoma samt myelinskeder på et histologisk billede

2016-01-03 • 6 Cards

AF2 Speciel Histologi

Cavum Nasi, Regio respiratorium (præp. 36) Hvad kaldes hhv. det røde og det grønne lag?, Cavum Nasi, Regio respiratorium (præp. 36) Hvilken vævstype er makeret? Hvad benævnes denne lamina?, Cavum Nasi, Regio respiratorium (præp. 36) Hvilke celletype er markeret?, Cavum Nasi, Regio respiratorium (præp. 36) Benævn strukturene ved rød, grøn og blå pil, Cavum Nasi, Regio respiratorium (præp. 36) Benævn strukturen ved grøn pil., Cavum Nasi, Regio respiratorium (præp. 36) Hvad ses ved pilen?, Cavum Nasi, Regio respiratorium (præp. 36) Hvilken lag ses nedenfor blå pil?, Cavum Nasi, Regio respiratorium (præp. 36) HVilken celletype ses ved rød pil?, Cavum Nasi, Regio olfactorium (præp. 37) Hvilken stor struktur ses i midten?, Cavum Nasi, Regio olfactorium (præp. 37) Hvilket lag markerer den røde streg? Hvad heddder det underliggende lag? Hvad kaldes disse lamina tilsammen?, Cavum Nasi, Regio olfactorium (præp. 37) Benævn strukturene 1-6 i skitseringen af den principielle opbygning af lamina epithelialis., Beskriv de tre celletyrper du forventer at finde i epithelet cavum nasi regio olfactorium mht. form og placeringen af kernerne i lamina., Cavum Nasi, Regio olfactorium (præp. 37) Hvliken struktur ses ved pilene. Hvad sekreteres derfra?, Cavum Nasi, Regio olfactorium (præp. 37) Der kan findes både olfatorisk og respipiratorisk epithel i denne regio, Hvliket billede er hvad?, Cavum Nasi, Regio olfactorium (præp. 37) Benævn strukturen ved de røde pile, hvad består strukturen af?

2015-05-05 • 76 Cards

Histology of Cardiovascular System

Describe the endocardium., What is the myocardium? What is its makeup? What does it contain?, Where is the myocardium thicker?, What is the makeup of the epicardium? What does it contain?, 3 layers of arteries from inside to outside, Tunica intima: description and what is beneath it, Tunica media: description and what its outermost layer is called, Tunica externa: what it contains, What is found in the tunica media of elastic arteries? What is an example?, Describe the tunica intima of elastic arteries. Is there an internal elastic membrane?, Which layer of the muscular arteries is...well...muscular?, Describe the tunica intima of muscular arteries., Describe the larger muscular arteries., Do the muscular arteries have an external elastic membrane? If so, where is it?, What is a special feature of the muscular arteries?

2012-08-22 • 33 Cards

Muscle

Which layer does muscle come from?, Skeletal muscle nuclei, What is the sarcolemma?, Muscle fiber is another word for ?, Each individual muscle fiber is surrounded by ? , which is made up of ?, Bundles of muscles are called ? and are surrounded by ? , forming ? ., The entire muscle is surrounded by ? called ? ., Type I fibers: size, color and reason for color, ATPase activity, contraction type, energy source, Type II fibers: size, color, mitochondria number, contraction type, energy source, Intermediate fibers: description and location, Myofibrils make up the interior of each ? . They are arranged ? and linked by ? and ? ., A band: what the "A" stands for, what it looks like, and why, I band: what the "I" stands for, what it looks like, and why, Where is the Z line located and what occurs there?, Where is the H band located? What does it contain?

2012-08-14 • 65 Cards

Histology of Nervous System

How would you describe the nucleus of a neuron?, What is the special name for rough ER in neurons?, How do you tell a dendrite from an axon? What is an axon?, How many axons per neuron?, What is axoplasmic transport and what are the 2 kinds?, Anterograde transport: which way; speed; mediated by ?, Retrograde transport: which way; speed; mediated by ?, Unipolar neurons: description; where found, Bipolar neurons: description; where found, Pseudounipolar neurons: description; where found, Dorsal root ganglion is a collection of ? from the ?, Multipolar neurons: description; where found, Where are electrical signals conducted?, What is the method of message transmission in a typical synapse?, What is a motor unit?

2012-08-11 • 57 Cards

Major types of Connective Tissue

How can you tell a proteasome from a mitochondrion?, What are the 3 layers of tubular organs?, A damaged kidney has a lot of ? ., Identify the parenchyma and stroma in the thymus, ? gives rise to almost all connective tissue., Where do fixed cells have stem cells?, What pathway is involved in bone development?, What is the difference between a fibroblast and a fibrocyte?, Fibroblasts make ? and thus have lots of ?, which is for ?. They also have a lot of ? ., Polyribosomes make what type of protein?, What does black color mean in a TEM?, What signaling pathway causes veins and arteries to be right next to each other?, What binds veins and artery together and what is this an example of?, What is serosa responsible for?, What are the 2 possible origins of myofibroblasts?

2012-08-06 • 45 Cards

Epithelium and Glands

Lining of blood and lymph is called..., Lining of peritoneal and other serous cavities is called..., Ectoderm develops into...., Endoderm develops into..., Mesoderm develops into..., Basal lamina can only be viewed with..., Simple squamous: where found?, Simple cuboidal: nucleus shape and location? Where found?, Simple columar: nucleus shape and location? features? where found?, Pseudostratified columnar: nucleus location? features? Location of cells?, Stratified squamous: description; which layer is deepest and what happens there? 2 types?, Where does the continual mitosis occur in the epithelium?, What is metaplasia?, Keratinized stratified squamous, Non-keratinized stratified squamous

2012-08-04 • 46 Cards

Tissues

General organization of solid tissues, General organization of tubular organs, How can you tell a proteasome from a mitochondrion?, A damaged kidney has a lot of ?, Identify the parenchyma and stroma in the thymus, ? gives rise to almost all connective tissue?, Where do fixed cells have stem cells?, What pathway is involved in bone development?, What is the difference between a fibroblast and a fibrocyte?, Fibroblasts make ? and thus have lots of ?, which is for ?. They also have a lot of ?, Polyribosomes make what type of protein?, What does black color mean in a TEM?, What signaling pathway causes veins and arteries to be right next to each other?, What binds veins and artery together and what is this an example of?, What is serosa responsible for?

2012-08-02 • 47 Cards

Histology: basics

Periodic acid-Schiff, Hematoxylin, Eosin, Immunocytochemistry, Basophilic nucleus means..., Basophilic cytoplasm means..., Oil Red-O, Sudan black, Wright-Giemsa, Silver and silver/gold aggregates, Centrioles, Cilia and Flagella

2012-08-01 • 12 Cards

MariebCh6Pt4

Appositional growth, Bone deposit, Bone reabsorption, Bone remodelling, Calcification front, Calcitonin, Growth hormone, Longitudinal growth, Osteoid seam, Parathyroid hormone, Remodelling units, Sex hormones, Somatomedin, Thyroid hormones, Wolff's law

2011-04-28 • 15 Cards

Histology of Nervous Tissue

Afferent Neurons, Astrocytes, Axon, Axon Hillock, Axon Terminal, Bipolar Neuron, CNS - Central Nervous System, Dendrite, Efferent Neuron, Endoneurium, Ependymal Cells, Epineurium, Ganglion, Interneuron, Microglial Cells

2011-04-28 • 32 Cards

Histology-Nervous/skin

3 basic neuron types, 3 distinctive parts of neurons, 3 functional classes of neurons, 3 special characteristics of neurons, 3 types of skin cancer, 6 neuroglial cells, acne, AIDS/HIV, alzheimers, anterograde transmission, apocrin sweat glands, appendages of skin, arachnoid mater, astrocytes, autonomic

2011-04-28 • 87 Cards