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An Atlas of Histology by Shu-xin Zhang M.D., Ph.D. (auth.)

By Shu-xin Zhang M.D., Ph.D. (auth.)

The starting pupil of histology is often faced via a paradox: diagrams in lots of books that illustrate human microanatomy in a simplified, cartoon-like demeanour are effortless to appreciate, yet are tricky to narrate to genuine tissue specimens or photos. In flip, pictures usually fail to teach a few vital gains of a given tissue, simply because no person specimen can convey the entire tissue's salient fea­ tures both good. This atlas, choked with photo-realistic drawings, used to be ready to aid bridge the distance among the simplicity of diagrams and the extra advanced actual­ ity of microstructure. all the figures during this atlas have been drawn from histological arrangements utilized by scholars in my histology periods, on the point of sunshine microscopy. every one drawing isn't easily an outline of a person histological part, yet can be a synthesis of the major constructions and contours visible in lots of arrangements of comparable tissues or organs. The illustrations are consultant of the common gains of every tissue and organ. The atlas serves as a compendium of the fundamental morphological features of human tissue which scholars will be capable of recognize.

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Alpha, delta, gamma granu le, ba ophilic Involved in agglutination Fig. 4-2. Figure 4-2. Blood Cells Blood Cells Human blood smears. Giemsa's stain.

G:' 000(>~ B. ------- ~ C. Sebaceous gland Basement membrane ---=-e - Connective tissue D. Intraepithelial gland CONN ECTIVE TISSUE Connective tissue is one of the four basic tissues of the body, forming a diverse group of structures including circulating blood, soft tissue, and hard bone. All connective tissues have a common origin from mesenchyme and are composed of separated cells and abundant intercellular substance, or matrix. The latter is composed of fibers, amorphous ground substance, and tissue fluid.

Osteoclasts are large multinucleate (50-60 nuclei) giant cells found in the concavity (Howship's lacunae) of the bone. Their cytoplasm is rich with lysosomes and phagocytic vacuoles. The surface of the osteoclast facing the bone matrix has numerous microvilli forming a ruffled border, which serves as an active site of bone resorption. Osteoclasts arise by fusion of monocytes derived from the hematopoietic bone marrow. The main function of the osteoclast is to degrade and absorb old bone matrix during bone remodeling, thus increasing the concentration of calcium in the blood.

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