Basic Histology. Text and Atlas by Luiz Junqueira, Jose Carneiro PDF

By Luiz Junqueira, Jose Carneiro

The major textual content of clinical histology and microscopic anatomy!
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With a full-color layout and OVER six hundred photomicrographs and illustrations, this publication is still the main authoritative histology textual content out there. Revised to mirror the most recent examine within the box, this e-book emphasizes the relationships and ideas that hyperlink telephone and tissue buildings with their capabilities. an advantage photograph library CD-ROM that includes the entire pictures and illustrations from the textual content with “zoom in” and “zoom out” potential can also be integrated.

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The heart tube develops from unsegmented mesoderm at the rostral end of the embryo, and during longitudinal and lateral folding it is carried round to its future thoracic position, within the future pericardial cavity. The tube undergoes septation, separating the atria, ventricles and great vessels. Atrial septation involves the development of two septa: the septum primum and the septum secundum. These septa are not complete, enclosing the foramen ovale. This closes at birth as a consequence of the differential pressures on the two sides.

This is the muscular component of the interventricular septum (Fig. 6). However, it never reaches the cushions, leaving a small gap. This gap is filled by two components: further growth of the endocardial cushions themselves, and downgrowths from the septum that divides the truncus arteriosus (see below). These two components constitute the membranous part of the septum. This part of the septum accommodates the atrioventricular bundle of the conducting system of the heart. Thus, the only myocardial connection between the atria and ventricles is this conducting tissue.

5). Lying across the dorsal wall of the embryo is the pancreas (see later). This organ lies so that its left pole is higher than its right. At the point on the dorsal wall of the embryo, where the lienorenal ligament is reflected on to the wall, the tail of the pancreas comes to lie between the two layers of the double layer of that ligament. As the liver develops in the ventral mesogastrium and enlarges it is carried towards the right. This accentuates the separate compartmentalization of the lesser sac.

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