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Unformatted text preview: 1 KRAUSES ESSENTIAL HUMAN HISTOLOGY FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS Third Edition William J. Krause, Ph.D. Professor of Anatomy Department of Pathology and Anatomical Sciences University of Missouri School of Medicine Columbia, Missouri 2 Table of Contents 1. The Cell 5 Protoplasm 5 Cytoplasmic Organelles 6 Cytoskeleton 18 Cytoplasmic Inclusions 20 Nucleus 21 Summary 23 2. Mitosis 29 Summary 31 3. Epithelium 32 Sheet/Barrier Epithelium 32 Classification of Epithelia 32 Cell Attachments 34 Junctional Complexes 34 Specializations of Epithelial Membranes 37 Glandular Epithelium 39 Histogenesis 41 Summary 42 4. General Connective Tissue 43 Organization 43 Classification 43 Subtypes of Loose Connective Tissue 49 Dense Connective Tissue 50 Special Connective Tissue 50 Histogenesis 51 Summary 51 5. Special Connective Tissue: Cartilage, Bone, and Joints 52 Cartilage 52 Bone 53 Joints 56 Histogenesis 59 Repair of Cartilage and Bone 63 Summary 64 6. Special Connective Tissue: Blood 67 Components of Blood 67 Erythrocytes 68 Platelets 70 Leukocytes 71 Blood in Children 77 Summary 77 7. Special Connective Tissue: Hemopoietic Tissue 79 Embryonic and Fetal Hemopoiesis 79 Bone Marrow 80 Development of Erythrocytes 83 Development of Granular Leukocytes 84 Development of Platelets 86 Development of Monocytes 87 Marrow Lymphocytes 87 Interrelationships of Hemopoietic Cells 88 Summary 88 8. Muscle 89 Classification 89 Skeletal Muscle 89 Cardiac Muscle 97 Smooth Muscle 99 Histogenesis 101 Summary 102 9. Nervous Tissue 105 Neurons 105 Neuroglia 113 Spinal Cord 115 Cerebellar and Cerebral Hemispheres 115 Meninges 117 Autonomic Nervous System 117 Histogenesis 118 Summary 118 10. Cardiovascular and Lymph Vascular Systems 120 Heart 120 Blood Vessels 123 Arteries 124 Capillaries 126 Veins 128 Special Circulations 130 Lymph Vascular System 130 Organogenesis 132 Summary 132 3 11. Lymphatic Tissues and Organs 134 Tonsils 137 Lymph Nodes 138 Spleen 140 Thymus 142 Organogenesis 145 Summary 145 12. Skin 149 Structure 149 Epidermis 149 Dermis 153 Appendages of the Skin 153 Organogenesis 157 Summary 158 13. Respiratory System 160 Nose 160 Pharynx and Larynx 162 Trachea and Extrapulmonary Bronchi 162 Intrapulmonary Air Passages 163 Respiratory Tissue 164 Pleura 166 Control of Respiratory Rate 167 Organogenesis 167 Summary 168 14. Digestive System 170 General Structure 170 Oral Cavity 170 Salivary Glands 172 Major Salivary Glands 173 Teeth 174 Pharynx 176 Tubular Digestive Tract 176 Gastrointestinal Mucus 191 Liver 192 Pancreas 197 Organogenesis 199 Summary 203 15. Urinary System 206 Kidneys 206 Extrarenal Passages 217 Organogenesis 218 Summary 219 16. Meiosis 222 Summary 223 17. Male Reproductive System 224 Testes 224 Seminiferous Tubules 225 Excretory Ducts 229 Accessory Sex Glands 231 External Genitalia 233 Organogenesis 235 Summary 236 18. Female Reproductive System 239 Ovaries 239 Ovarian Follicles 239 Oviduct 243 Uterus 244 Vagina 248 External Genitalia 249 Pregnancy 249 Breasts (Mammary Glands)...
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