Human head and neck Central lobule

Models know the below structures on this modelModels know the below structures on this model
Central lobule
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Anatomy of the Upper Digestive SystemAnatomy of the Upper Digestive System
Dentition model: be able to identify the different types of teeth in the upper & lower jaw. Central lobule
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Liver, Gallbladder, and PancreasLiver, Gallbladder, and Pancreas
Describe the classic liver lobule, the portal lobule, and the hepatic acinus. Understand the functions that gave rise to these overlapping views of liver organization. Central lobule
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Lymphoid tissue IILymphoid tissue II
It is constituted by a layer of diffusely arranged lymphocytes and plasma cells deep to epithelium in lamina propria of digestive, respiratory and urogenital tracts forming an immunological barrier against invasion of microorganisms. Central lobule
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Blood FlowBlood Flow
There are three different schemes set up to divide the liver into functional units. Central lobule
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Liver and gallbladderLiver and gallbladder
Understand the normal liver architecture with special emphasis on the blood flow, bile flow and microscopic anatomy of the liver. Central lobule
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Topic Histology of liver And Gall bladder Learning objectivesTopic Histology of liver And Gall bladder Learning objectives
They are located in flat irregular plates that are arranged radially like the spokes of a wheel around a branch of the hepatic vein, called the central vein or central venule since it really has the structure of a venule. Central lobule
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Anatomy The liver is a reddish brownAnatomy The liver is a reddish brown
These blood vessels subdivide into capillaries, which then lead to a lobule. Each lobule is made up of millions of hepatic cells which are the basic metabolic cells. Central lobule
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31. 0 Gi: liver, gallbladder, pancreas31. 0 Gi: liver, gallbladder, pancreas
Bile duct, Portal tracts, Polyhedral cells, Space of Disse, Kupffer cells, Gallbladder, Mucosa, Exocrine Pancreas, Septa, Lobule, Tubuloacinar gland, Serous acini, Acinar Cells, rer, Basophilia, Centroacinar cells, Intercalated ducts. Central lobule
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Dr. Rand Abdulateef Lecture 5Dr. Rand Abdulateef Lecture 5
All the absorbed material comes from the intestine through the portal vein, except the lipid which passes through the lymphatic vessels. Central lobule
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Lec : 1&2 Histology Dr. Rana Mustafa Liver: Liver is the second largestLec : 1&2 Histology Dr. Rana Mustafa Liver: Liver is the second largest
Liver is the second largest organ (next to the skin)& it is the heaviest gland in the body, its w t about (1 5)Kg. Central lobule
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Neuro AnatomyNeuro Anatomy
The cerebrum consist of 2 hemispheres which are partially separated from each other by the longitudinal cerebral fissure, but are connected together at the bottom of the fissure by a thick mass of commissural fibers called the corpus. Central lobule
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