not a gland, try harder bitch
here's a gland for you
this is a histology thread, not an histopathology thread
Well, since picture name says colon, I'm gonna go with that... Adipose tissue in the submucosal layer would support that theory. Simle, plicated columnar epithelium stained with HE (like 99% of other things) again.
my advice is to look at pictures and try to point out as many things as you can notice
that's a sexey description right there
also, google "blue histology"
an academic page where you can take quizzes
>not a gypsy
Well, fuck it. Need to sleep. Tell me before I leave?
Mexican? Would explain you using spanish sites. Whereabouts in Mexico? Been to Cozumel and Mexico (city). City was fucked up, we had armed guards 24/7 (there for a christening to the grandson of the chief of police for the city, so shit was tight. Fucking country clubs and shit)
do you use any book in particular?
familiarize yourself with HE first, try with the basic shit, like to distinguish the type of epithelium in the picture, learn where does that kind of epithelium appears and why in the hell that organ needs it
I live in the northern part
big city, good college.
not so many turistic places in here in my opinion, but in the south our beaches are bretty good.
I love my country, but right now everything is going to shit mostly in the south because people dont like our president
GO GO GO
Yeah, the war on drugs has kinda fucked things up there with all the cartells and shit. Should sack el Hefe asap. Well, have fun with your med studies, I myself am a 2nd year dropout, now waiting to start engineering next year. Found it so fucking boring, too much memorizing and shit.
WE ARE GETTING SEXIER
thanks man, I wish you luck. Im actually having a hard time with histology, but anatomy is really cool. Im starting neuroanatomy module tomorrow
duh nigga, not animal. stain is lactophenol blue. thread said nothing about human cells. do you even histology
WHAT IS THIS SHIT YOU MOTHERFRICKER
(medfag here, only have human stuff, feel free to post them and teach us)
CAN YOU HANDLE THIS
Well, thanks dude :). It'll be aight. Neuro is hard a balls though, trust me. Had quite good use for this: http://www.medicalgeek.com/mnemonics/21971-brainstem-anatomy-mnemonics.html
Actually pulled got asked something during my oral exam.
Exam where i studied was fucked up, horrible english and shit, so i got:
Oral, C,B,B (on Pulmo et pleura, gen. characteristics of vertebrae - cervical and thoracic, and facial nerve)
Remember To Zanzibar By Motor Car for branches of Facial Nerve or C.N X if u like. Mnemonics will save your day
Here is a picture I took in histology class a couple years ago. We had a good laugh
But I can't remember which tissue it was...
The photos I posted are of plant roots infected with a fungus. The blue lines are cells of fungus in hyphal growth. the round darkened areas are multiple fungal cells forming melanized microsclerotia
i see, it, love that wharton gelly. Hey op you're from MEXICO? Im at Anahuac university North and we only saw this shit in first semester. You don't even use this shit unless you're in your clinical rotation with the fucking R1s' and shit
simple cuboidal of the intestine. With all those goblet cells i'd say large intestines.
Kidney showing many glomeruli
Illium showing peyers patches
Trachea showing follicles and colloid
looks like more SM
tired of looking...
I've got a lab exam over this shit next monday, don't remind me when I have a killer migraine.
this nigga is going places
however its thyroid, not trachea
and the last one's a primordial follicule
Im from Nuevo Leon, i know this isn't the most usefull subject but its fun to have a thread like this
>its a dick
cuerpos cavernosos y el esponjoso con la uretra
already am places :p
Here is an image of cardiac muscle i took myself. Much better.
SMOOTH MUSCLE HAS A LARGE NUCLEUS ON THE CENTER BUT THIS SHIT IS BRANCHING AND HAVE MORE THAN ONE NUCLEUS
Now identify this.
cardiac and smooth only have a single nucleus. Only skeletal muscle is multinucleated. Further, you don't ID either by their nuclei, so gtfo.
Your image: hard to tell at this mag, but looks like an immature Adrenal gland.
Good call on the thyroid, dunno why the fuck i said trachea.
yea, was thinking the same thing. Has the look of a sebacious gland from teh skin, but with that cuboidal in tubules, I was thinking kidney. In other words, who the fuck knows.
mmm, nice call. contributing.
1 point for tissue, 2 points for location
looks like a sublingual gland to me, im not sure
cardiac cells have 1 or 2 cells as far as I remember, however its a shit picture
>neocortex, in that stain you see only the bodies and nucleus of neurons forming aproximatedly 6 not so well defined layers
grow a pair of these you glorious basterd
gotta go studying, fun thread guyz
hows your physio lads?
cardiac and smooth are single nucleate.
more, this is easy though. :p