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Help! What kind of ET is this ? Does it face a free surface? Yes No Covering and Lining ET Glandular ET (Confirm that it looks like a collection Does it have more than one layer? of frothy smooshed cuboidal cells) Yes No Stratified Simple What shape are the nuclei at the free surface ? What shape are the cells facing the free surface ? Cuboidal Squamous Columnar Simple Cuboidal ET Simple Squamous ET How are the nuclei positioned? Uneven Simple Columnar ET Stratified Squamous ET Pseudostratified Ciliated Columnar ET An even row Flat/Dead/Gone Round/Alive Transitional ET Is the surface keratinized? Yes No Keratinized Stratified Squamous ET Non-keratinized Stratified Squamous ET
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Unformatted text preview: this ? Does it face a free surface? No Yes Covering and Lining ET (see previous flow chart) Are there lots of fibers with cells widely spaced? Yes No Do the cells look clear with peripheral nuclei? Yes No Adipose CT Glandular ET (Confirm that it looks like a collection of frothy smooshed cuboidal cells) Are there only densely packed collagen fibers with relatively few cells? Yes No Are the fibers parallel? Yes No Dense Regular CT Dense Irregular CT Are there many parallel dark wavy elastic fibers? Yes Elastic CT No Do dark fibers form a thin network with lots of cells? Yes No Reticular CT Areolar CT...
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