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Appendix Histology

Appendix is the blind ended diverticulum from caecum. Accumulations of lymphoid tissue in lamina propria and submucosa are visible. [smooth=id:12;] ... Read More »

Colon Histology

Colon is the part of the large intestine. Taenia coli, haustrations and epiploic appendages are seen. [smooth=id:13;] Browse all images ... Read More »

Rectum Histology

Rectum is a part of large intestine. Like colon, rectum also contains taenia coli, haustrations and epiploic appendages. [smooth=id:14;] Browse ... Read More »

Duodenum Histology

Duodenum is the first part of small intestine. It has a thicker layer of tissues and is about 2 feet ... Read More »

Ileum Histology

Ileum is the terminal part of small intestine. It is about 6 feet long and absorbs water and vitamins. [smooth=id:18;] ... Read More »

Jejunum Histology

Jejunum is the second part of the small intestine. It is about 15 feet long and absorbs nearly all nutrients, ... Read More »

Stomach Histology

Stomach has tall columnar epithelium and mucosa is thrown into longitudinal folds called rugae. Lamina propria has glands while muscularis ... Read More »

Esophageal-Stomach Junction Histology

The statified squamous epithelium of esophagus converts into tall columnar epithelium of stomach at the esophageal-stomach junction. [smooth=id:21;] Browse all ... Read More »

Esophagus Histology

Esophagus consists of stratified squamous non-keratinized epithelium. Blood vessels, connective tissue and glands are present in the submucosa. [smooth=id:10;] Browse ... Read More »

Parotid Glands Histology

Parotid glands are the largest of the salivary glands present in mouth (others being sublingual and submandibular glands). [smooth=id:23;] For ... Read More »

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