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Anatomy & Neurobiology ANA 812 Lab 13: Lymphatic System By: Ashley Stoker, Margaret Disselkamp, Pradeep Mettu, Colby Dorroh, Bilal Ahmed
Anatomy & Neurobiology Slide 82: Fundic Stomach – monkey (H & E) 100x Primary Nodule Epithelium
Anatomy & Neurobiology Slide 82: Fundic Stomach – monkey (H & E) 400x Lymphocytes Primary Nodule
Anatomy & Neurobiology Slide 97: Appendix – Human (H & E) 40x, 100x Secondary Nodule
Anatomy & Neurobiology Slide 54: Tonsil – Human (H & E) 400x Tonsillar Crypt Migrating Lymphocyte (Through epithelium)
Anatomy & Neurobiology Slide 114: Lymph nodes in Lung – Human (H & E) 100x, 400x Capsule Cortex Medulla Subcapsular sinus Cortical Sinus
Anatomy & Neurobiology Slide 114: Lymph nodes in Lung – Human (H & E) 400x High Endothelial Venule (HEV) Medullary Sinus
Anatomy & Neurobiology Slide 53: Lymph Nodes – Human (GMS Reticular Fiber Stain) 40x Stroma containing reticular fibers
Anatomy & Neurobiology Slide 52: Lymph Nodes – Human – Smoker’s Lung (H & E) 100x Macrophage Capsule
Anatomy & Neurobiology Slide 59: Thymus – Human (H & E) 40x, 600x Lobule Hassall’s corpuscle (in medulla) Cortex Medulla
Anatomy & Neurobiology Slide: 55 Spleen – Human (H & E) 40x, 400x Red pulp White pulp Pulp Cord Venous Sinus Capsule (no subcapsular space in spleen) Red Pulp
Anatomy & Neurobiology Slide: 55 Spleen – Human (H & E) 100x Central Artery Periarterial Lymphoid Sheath (PALS)
Anatomy & Neurobiology Slide: 57 Spleen – Monkey (Masson’s Trichrome) 100x Capsule (no subcapsular space in spleen) White pulp Trabeculae
Anatomy & Neurobiology Slide: 56 Spleen – Human (GMS) 600x Slide: 58 Spleen – Monkey (Masson’s Trichrome) 600x Reticular fibers Pulp cords Venous Sinuses
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Connective Tissue. What are 6 main functions of connective tissue? 1) Structural framework for body 2) Transportation of fluids and dissolved substances.
Introduction by Period 7, 2014 Teardrops Mucous Skin WBC’s.
Human Anatomy & Physiology FIFTH EDITION Elaine N. Marieb PowerPoint ® Lecture Slide Presentation by Vince Austin Copyright © 2003 Pearson Education, Inc.
The Lymphatic System and Immunity. Functions of the Lymphatic System The lymphatic system has 3 main functions: –Drains excess interstitial fluid and.
Hematopathology Laboratory Dr. Gilberts lab. CASE 1 Explanation: –Review this case before looking at subsequent cases. On low power, note the architecture.
Chapter 47-1, 2 Circulatory System Blood: the "chemical highway" that connects the many cells of an organism Carries nutrients, oxygen to each cell Carries.
Chapters 32 and 33. I.Circulation and Circulatory Systems A.heart 1.atria: receive blood 2.ventricles: pump blood B.veins 1.vessels that transport blood.
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