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urinary1 - ACCESSORY DIGESTIVE GLANDS PANCREAS 1) EXOCRINE...

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Unformatted text preview: ACCESSORY DIGESTIVE GLANDS PANCREAS 1) EXOCRINE PORTION- COMPOUND ACINOUS GLAND- EACH ACINI CONSIST OF 5-8 PYRAMIDAL CELLS THAT SIT ON A BASAL LAMINA AND SURROUND A CENTRAL LUMEN ACINAR CELLS- BASALLY LOCATED NUCLEI & RER- SUPRANUCLEAR GOLGI ZONE- ZYMOGENIC GRANULES CONTAINING DIGESTIVE ENZYMES IN APICAL REGION CENTROACINAR CELLS- LINE LUMEN OF ACINUS- SECRETE LARGE AMOUNTS OF BICARBONATE ACCESSORY DIGESTIVE GLANDS PANCREAS 1) EXOCRINE PORTION INTERCALATED DUCTS PANCREAS H&E ACCESSORY DIGESTIVE GLANDS PANCREAS 2) ENDOCRINE PORTION ACCESSORY DIGESTIVE GLANDS LIVER PORTA HEPATIS PORTAL TRIAD ACCESSORY DIGESTIVE GLANDS LIVER CLASSIC LOBULE PORTAL LOBULE LIVER ACINUS- central vein at center- hexagonal in shape- portal triad at corners- portal triad at center- triangular in shape- central vein at corners- short axis : branches of portal triad between 2 classic lobules- long axis : between 2 central veins LIVER ACCESSORY DIGESTIVE GLANDS LIVER ACCESSORY DIGESTIVE GLANDS GALLBLADDER ROUTE OF BILE HEPATOCYTE BILE CANALICULI RT & LT HEPATIC DUCTS COMMON BILE DUCT FILLING OF GALLBLADDER- LOCATION FOR CONCENTRATION AND STORAGE OF BILE URINARY SYSTEM: I TO IDENTIFY THE COMPONENTS OF THE URINARY SYSTEM TO EXAMINE THE HISTOLOGICAL STRUCTURE OF THE NEPHRON AND THE COLLECTING DUCTS TO CORRELATE STRUCTURE OF VARIOUS COMPONENTS WITH FUNCTION URINARY SYSTEM: I TO CHARACTERIZE THE GENERAL ORGANIZATION OF THE KIDNEY URINARY SYSTEM KIDNEY ANATOMICAL STRUCTURE AND BLOOD SUPPLY URETER BLADDER URETHRA- highly vascular (25% cardiac output)- produces urine (water and elctrolytes, urea, uric acid, creatinine), initially an ultrafiltrate of the blood URINARY SYSTEM KIDNEY 1) EXOCRINE PORTION...
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