By Guiyun Zhang
- USMLE-style a number of selection questions—each vignette is by way of a question stem that addresses a key idea in phone biology/histology
- Detailed motives tackle improper solutions in context
- Over 480 full-color photographs illustrate very important histologic features
- Tissues with related histological gains are in comparison, offering a tough entire review
- Side-by-side comparisons of standard tissue and histopathology offer a bridge to medical challenge fixing and diagnostic pathology
- Online entry to the questions and solutions offers versatile research options
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Sections of a gastrula-stage mouse embryo are stained with periodic acid–Schiff reagent and counterstained with methylene blue. Which of the following families of proteins forms anchoring junctions between adjacent epithelial cells in the neural ectoderm of this embryo (arrow, shown in the image)? (A) Pseudostratified cuboidal (B) Simple columnar (C) Simple cuboidal (D) Simple squamous (E) Stratified columnar 6 A portion of the upper esophagus, collected at autopsy, is fixed with formalin, embedded in paraffin, sectioned at 6 μm, stained with H&E, and examined by light microscopy (shown in the image).
Adipocytes, nerves, and muscle cells secrete a pericellular matrix that is referred to as lamina externa (choice E). Keywords: Epithelial tissue, cell polarity 2 The answer is C: Simple cuboidal. This image shows parallel rows of cuboidal epithelial cells lining collecting ducts in the medulla of the kidney. The cells are more or less square (cuboidal) with central basophilic nuclei. The epithelial cells exhibit distinct polarity. Their apical membrane lines the lumen of the duct, whereas their basal membrane makes contact with a basal lamina of various adhesive glycoproteins.
A) Differentiation of myoepithelial cells and wound contraction (B) Loss of cell contact inhibition of growth and motility (C) Platelet activation and intravascular coagulation (D) Proliferation of capillary endothelial cells (angiogenesis) (E) Stimulation of fibroblasts to deposit a provisional extracellular matrix 3/21/2014 10:56:13 AM 20 Chapter 2 14 A 58-year-old woman presents with painless hematuria (blood in her urine). Urine cultures are negative for E. coli. A biopsy of the urinary bladder is examined in the pathology department (shown in the image).