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Endodermal origin – mucosis Splanchnic mesoderm – other layers Development of primitive gut liver pankreas Adventicie
Jícen = Esophagus Cubic + sqamous non- cornified epithelia, longitudinal folds Mucin glands Muscle - upper 2/3 striated muscle and lower 1/3 smooth muscle (try to find) Connective tissue on the surface PAS (Periodic acid–Schiff) - Stains mucin dark pink
Muscle Bazal lamina Cubic epithelia Squamous epithelia Lamina propria (Submucosis) Vessel Magn. x40 Adult
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Mucosis of villi Muscularis Mucosae Mucosis of crypt Lamina propria Muscle Adult Magn. x5 Cylindric epithelia Enterocytes, undifferentiated cells, goblet cells, paneth´s cells, endocrinne cells Small Intestine = Tenké střevo
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10,5th week iud Magn. x5 Embryo Mucosis Lamina Propria Muscle Adventicia
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