By Dongmei Cui MS, William Daley MD, Jonathan D. Fratkin MD, Duane E. Haines PhD, James C. Lynch PhD, John P. Naftel PhD, Gongchao Yang MD
The specified Atlas of Histology with practical and scientific Correlations covers basic histology subject matters, integrates this crucial info with medical concerns, and offers a number of possibilities for pupil overview. Explanatory textual content in every one bankruptcy combines with extended determine legends to supply an atlas that could really be read.
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Mesothelioma (cancer of the mesothelium) is a neoplasm that arises from surfaces of the pleural and peritoneal cavities. It is only occasionally found in the pericardial mesothelium. This type of tumor is more commonly seen in individuals who either were exposed to asbestos or who smoke. Mesothelioma cells develop long, slender, and curved microvilli. These tumors may invade nearby tissues and organs. In general, cancer cells are those that can metastasize (spread) from their original site to distant parts of the body, and mesotheliomas are no exception.
Cui Tonofilaments Desmosome (macula adherens) Transmembrane proteins Intracellular attachment plaque Intermediate filaments Figure 3-8A. Components of the junctional complex. EM, ϫ70,000. Gap Junction This is a view of parts of two adjacent epithelial cells that line the gallbladder. At the top of the ﬁeld, parts of some microvilli can be seen at the luminal surfaces of the cells. The three types of cell junctions that typically compose the junctional complex can be distinguished. The zonula occludens junction has branching strands of fusion between the plasmalemma of the two cells.
H&E, ϫ155; inset ϫ310 en Lum Mesothelium is a term for the epithelial layer of the serous membranes (peritoneum, pleura, and pericardium) that line the body cavities and cover the organs that project into the cavities. The other component of these membranes is the loose connective tissue layer beneath the mesothelium. The membrane that lines the cavity wall constitutes the parietal layer, and the visceral layer (serosa) covers the organs located within the cavity. , beating heart, expanding or contracting lungs, peristaltic activity of the intestine) without damage to the mesothelium.