5-year dds program Histology, 2016/17 Schedule 1st semester lectures: Mondays, 45-11. 15 Labs: Tuesdays; 12. 00-13. 30 Group 1



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5-year DDS program Histology, 2016/17
Schedule
1st SEMESTER
Lectures: Mondays, 9.45-11.15

Labs: Tuesdays; 12.00-13.30 Group 1

13.45-15.15 Group 2

October 3-4.

Principles of light and electron microscopy. Magnification and resolving power. Types of light and electron microscopes. Practical use of the light microscope.

Material preparation for light and electron microscopy. Characteristics of basic histological techniques: paraffin, celloidin and cryostat sections, embedding in resins for electron microscopy. Routine staining for light microscopy, contrast staining of ultrathin sections. Basic principles of classical histochemistry, enzyme histochemistry, immunocytochemistry, autoradiography and in situ hybridization. Tagging with fluorescent proteins and real-time microscopy
October 10-11.

The cell – Part 1. The biological membranes: membrane lipids and proteins, their properties and functional significance. Transport across the membranes: transporters, vesicular transport, membrane trafficking. The cell membrane, glycocalyx, adhesion molecules. The cell nucleus: spatial organization of the chromatin, eu- and heterochromatin. The nucleolus. The nuclear envelope and communication between the nucleus and the cytoplasm. Structure and function of ribosomes, the translation process. The endoplasmic reticulum (smooth and rough), characteristics of the membranes, enzymes associated with ER, functions of ER. The Golgi apparatus: polarity of the dictyosome, the role in protein glycosylation and sorting, membrane remodeling and modification of the secretory material.
October 17-18.

The cell – Part 2. Exo- and endocytosis, including receptor-mediated endocytosis. Lysosomes: types and their morphological characteristics, lysosomal enzymes, involvement in intra- and extracellular digestion processes. Proteasomes. Mitochondria: morphology, characteristics of mitochondrial compartments, distribution of the main enzymatic complexes and mechanisms of their action. Genetic apparatus and biogenesis of mitochondria. Peroxisomes: morphology, enzymes, functional significance. The cytoskeleton (microtubules, actin filaments, intermediate filaments) and its involvement in the motility of cells. Cell death: necrosis and apoptosis.
MID-SEMESTER TEST 1 (Cell) – date to be announced
October 24-25.

The epithelial tissue. Definition and components of a tissue. General characteristics and functions of epithelia. Classification and characteristics of different types of epithelia. Epithelial cell polarity. Free surface of the epithelial cells and its structures: microvilli and cilia, mechanism of ciliary movement. The basolateral surface: cell-cell and cell-matrix junctions, their structure and functions. Basal lamina. Glands: morphological and functional classification.


November 7-8

The connective tissue proper. Chemical and structural characteristics of the extracellular substance: matrix and fibers. Stages of collagen fiber production. Origin, structure and function of the connective tissue cells: fibroblasts, plasma cells, mast cells and macrophage family. General classification of connective tissue. Characteristics of connective tissue proper types. The comparative characteristics of white and brown adipose tissue.
November 14-15.

Cartilage and bone. Cartilage: characteristics of the extracellular substance, chondral territories, nourishment of cartilage. Types of cartilage and their mechanical properties. Bone: organic and inorganic components of the extracellular substance. Bone cells: osteoprogenitor cells, osteoblasts, osteocytes, osteoclasts.The bone lamella, organization of cancellous and compact (Haversian) bone. Intramembraneous and endochondral ossification. Growth and remodelling of the bone. Basic mechanisms of biomineralization.
November 21-22.

Blood and hemopoiesis. Blood plasma. Blood cells, their counts, characteristics and functional adaptations. Erythrocyte and its cell membrane. Comparative characteristics of granulocytes and agranuloytes. The role of granulocytes in the defense mechanisms: neutrophils and bateria-killing system, eosinophils, basophils. Lymphocytes – general characteristics. Monocytes and their functions. Blood platelets. The structure of hemopoietic bone marrow and principles of hemopoiesis.
November 28-29

The muscular tissue. The contractile apparatus. Classification of the muscular tissue. Characteristics of smooth, skeletal and cardiac muscle cells/fibres. Structural and biochemical basis of smooth and striated muscle contraction. Sarcomere, its structure, contractile, regulatory and accessory proteins. The role of T-tubules and sarcoplasmic reticulum in excitation-contraction coupling. Motor end plate. The organization of smooth muscle layer, skeletal muscle, and cardiac muscle including the conduction system. The nonmuscle contractile cells.
December 5-6.

The nervous tissue. Definition of the neuron and its structural characteristics. Classification of neurons. Types of nerve fibers. Structural and chemical basis of neural conduction: resting and action potentials, the role of ion channels and myelin sheath. Structure and types of synaptic junctions, neurotransmitters, the synaptic transmission. Paracrine transmission. Types and functions of neuroglial cells. Organization of the nervous tissue: the peripheral nerve, the dorsal root ganglion, white and grey matter of the central nervous system.
MID-SEMESTER TEST 2 (Tissues) – date to be announced
December 12-13

The vascular system. Components of the vascular wall. Endothelium – structural characteristics and functions. Mechanisms of transendothelial transport of substances and migration of leukocytes. The structure and types of capillaries. Precapillaries and postcapillaries. Regulation of blood flow in capillary bed. Layers of the vascular wall, comparative characteristics of arteries and veins. Arterioles and arteries (muscular and elastic). The veins and their structural variability. Arteriovenous anastomoses. The heart wall layers.


January 9-10.

The lymphatic system. The innate immunity: pattern recognition receptors, NK cells. The adaptive immunity: cells involved in the immune reactions - antigen presenting cells, T- and B-lymphocytes and their subpopulations, characteristics and cooperation. Humoral and cell-mediated immune response. The lymphoid tissue and its organization. The lymphoid nodule. Structure and function of the lymph node. Spleen - organization and functions of white and red pulp, the splenic circulation. Thymus: general organization, epithelioreticular cell system and its role in the differentiation and maturation of T lymphocytes.
January 16-17. (3-hour lab; late lab starts at 14.15)

The integument. Layers of the integument. Epidermis: keratinocytes and the keratinization process, melanocytes, Langerhans and Merkel cells and their functions. Organization of dermis and hypodermis. Eccrine and apocrine sweat glands and sebaceous glands: structure, function and mode of secretion. The hair follicle. Vascularization and innervation of the skin, types of encapsulated mechanoreceptors and their function. Comparative characteristics of thick and thin skin.
January 23-24.

The oral cavity. Definition and general characteristics of mucosa. The lip. The mucosa of different regions of the oral cavity. The tongue: lingual papillae and glands. Structure and function of taste buds, mechanisms of taste perception. The pharynx. The tonsils. Oral exfoliative cytology.
January 30-31. Salivary glands and temporomandibular joint. General histology of the salivary glands. The secretory portions: serous acinus and mucous tubule. The excretory ducts, their morphological and functional characteristics. Composition of saliva. Histological differences between parotid, sublingual and submandibular glands. Minor salivary glands. General histology of the joint, specific structure of the temporomandibular joint.

2nd SEMESTER
Lectures: Mondays, 11.30-13.00

Labs: Tuesdays; 12.00-13.30 Group 1

13.45-15.15 Group 2
February 20-21.

The dental organ, part 1. Structure and function of mineralized tissues (lecture only, no lab this week). Composition, structure and function of mineralized tissues of the tooth: enamel, dentine and cementum (primary and secondary). Dental plaque and dental calculus. Biomineralization of tooth.
February 27-28. (3-hour lab; late lab starts at 14.15)

The dental organ, part 2. Structure and function of soft tissues. Dental pulp: its structure, vascularization and innervation. The nociceptive nerve terminals. The periodontal ligament, gingiva and junctional epithelium.
March 6-7.

Development of the dental organ. Formation of primary epithelial band and dental lamina, enamel organ, primary dental papilla and dental follicle. Mechanisms of induction of tooth tissues. Stages of tooth development. Amelogenesis and dentinogenesis, structural and functional characteristics of the cell involved. Formation of cementum and periodontal ligament.


March 13-14. (3-hour lab; late lab starts at 14.15)

The alimentary canal. General organization of the alimentary canal, characteristics of the wall layers. The esophagus. The wall of stomach: surface lining epithelium and its protective function, characteristics of the gastric glands and their cellular composition. The intestines and their adaptations to function (intestinal epithelium, villi and crypts), segmental differences in the wall structure. The gut-associated lymphoid tissue. Innervation of the alimentary canal.
MID-SEMESTER TEST 3 (The oral cavity, salivary glands and dental organ)
March 20-21.

Large glands of the alimentary system: pancreas and liver. The pancreas - organization of the exocrine part, characteristics of the secretory pancreatic cell, acini and ducts. General organization of the liver, types of hepatic lobules. Structural and functional characteristics of the hepatocyte and its polarity. The hepatic sinusoids and associated cells. The hepatic circulation. Intra- and extrahepatic bile ducts.
March 27-28.

The respiratory system. The airways - characteristics of the mucosa, the airway epithelium and its cell types, the mucociliary cleaning mechanism. Nasal mucosa: the respiratory and the olfactory regions. Olfactory epithelium: cell types and functions. The paranasal sinuses and Eustachian tube. The middle ear. Pharynx and larynx. The structure of trachea, bronchi and bronchioles. General organization of the lungs. The pulmonary alveoli: types and functions of pneumocytes, air-blood barrier, the surfactant and its role.
April 3-4.

The endocrine system. General characteristics of endocrine glands. The pituitary gland: adeno- and neurohypophysis. The functional interrelations between hypothalamus and the pituitary. Morphological and functional classification of cells in adenohypophysis, structure and function of pars nervosa. General organization of thyroid gland. The thyroid follicle: its cells and stages of thyroid hormone production. The C-cells. The parathyroid glands – its histological structure and cell types. The pancreatic islets: ultrastructural and functional characteristics of their cells. The adrenal cortex, its layers and hormones. The ultrastructural features of steroidogenic cells. Adrenal medulla, chromaffin cells. The system of disseminated neuroendocrine cells (DNES).
April 24-25. (3-hour lab; late lab starts at 14.15)

The reproductive systems. The testis: seminiferous tubules, spermatogenesis and spermiogenesis. Sertoli cells and their functions. Endocrine function of testis: Leydig cells. Excretory ducts: efferent tubules and ductus epididymis. Vas deferens. Basic characteristics of prostate gland, seminal vesicles and Cowper glands.

The ovary: developmental stages of ovarian follicles. Corpus luteum. Endocrine function of the ovary. The oviduct. The uterus – endometrial alterations during the menstrual cycle. The vagina.


May 8-9.

The urinary system. The kidney: cortex and medulla. Nephron and the localization of its segments in the renal parenchyma. The renal corpuscle and filtration barrier, mechanism of ultrafiltration. Structural and functional characteristics of the successive segments of the nephron. The collecting tubule and its role in urine condensation. The juxtaglomerular apparatus: its components and their function. Renal blood vessels. The excretory passages: urether and urinary bladder.

May 15-16.

Lecture: Immunology and mineralization of the dental organ

Lab: Demonstration of the lab exam procedure and repetitory lab
May 22-23.

Review of slides 1. Practical clues how to identify histological slides and electron micrographs (aid in preparation for the lab exam).

Repetitory lab


May 29-30.

Review of slides 2. Practical clues how to identify histological slides and electron micrographs (aid in preparation for the lab exam).

Repetitory lab


June 5-6

Review of slides 3. Practical clues how to identify histological slides and electron micrographs (aid in preparation for the lab exam).

Repetitory lab



FINAL EXAM (the date will be decided after consultation with the class)



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