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20 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Pima Medical: Med. Term.: Lesson 1 Med. Terms
Carcinogenic
Carcinoma
Cytoid
Cytology
Producing cancer
Cancerous tumor
Resembling a cell
Study of cells
Carcinogenic
Producing cancer
Carcinoma
Cancerous tumor
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Practical 3---need to know
Identify the locations and functions o…
Understand the stages in the productio…
Identify the path that gametes travel…
Know the structures included in the sp…
...
...
...
...
Identify the locations and functions o…
...
Understand the stages in the productio…
...
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Hematological & Oncological Terms/Definitions
Adenocarcinoma
Benign
Cancer
Carcinogen
tumor that arises from glandular epithelial tissue
usually refers to growths that are encapsulated, remain local…
A neoplastic disorder that can involve all body organs. Cells…
A physical, chemical, or biological stressor that causes neop…
Adenocarcinoma
tumor that arises from glandular epithelial tissue
Benign
usually refers to growths that are encapsulated, remain local…
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Histology
Pseudostratified Ciliated Columnar Epi…
Fibrocartilage
Simple cuboidal epithelium
Simple columnar epithelium
Found: Trachea... Function: Secrete and propel mucus
Found: Intervertebral Discs... Function: Absorb shock, provide s…
Found: Ovaries... Function: Secretion, Absorption
Found: Small intestines... Function: Absorption, mucus secretion
Pseudostratified Ciliated Columnar Epi…
Found: Trachea... Function: Secrete and propel mucus
Fibrocartilage
Found: Intervertebral Discs... Function: Absorb shock, provide s…
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Anatomy and Physiology 223 final
molecules
cells
tissue
membranes and organs
Atoms combine to form what?
Molecules make up what?
Similar types of cells form what?
Different tissues make what?
molecules
Atoms combine to form what?
cells
Molecules make up what?
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Lecture 8.6 - Muscle Histology
What is another name for a muscle fiber?
What can contraction of a muscle produ…
What anchors muscles to connective tis…
What is proportional to force producti…
Muscle cell
Force, movement, and/or heat.
External Basal Lamina
Cell diameter
What is another name for a muscle fiber?
Muscle cell
What can contraction of a muscle produ…
Force, movement, and/or heat.
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UConn Bio 1107 Practical 2
Histology
Four types of tissues
Simple Squamous epithelium
stratified squamous epithelium
the study of tissues
epithelial, connective, muscular, nervous
single layer of thin, platelike cells, have a polygonal or ir…
is thick and cells vary in shape from the base to the free su…
Histology
the study of tissues
Four types of tissues
epithelial, connective, muscular, nervous
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Kostnienie na podłożu chrzęstnym
1.
2.
3.
4.
Utworzony zostaje model chrzęstny kości, z chrząstki szkliste…
Chondrocyty w środku powstałej struktury stają się hipertrofi…
Z osteoprogenitorowych komórek ochrzęstnej, w połowie długośc…
Inwazja naczyń krwionośnych do wnętrza struktury chrzęstnej,…
1.
Utworzony zostaje model chrzęstny kości, z chrząstki szkliste…
2.
Chondrocyty w środku powstałej struktury stają się hipertrofi…
18 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Histology
3 major layers of the skin - which is…
Components of dermis? (2 major layers)…
Meissner's sensory corpuscles
Major components in hypodermis?
Epidermis
Papillary layer (towards epidermis) - Meissner's sensory corp…
Detects changes in texture
Pacinian corpuscles (sensory, looks like rings of a tree) ... Sw…
3 major layers of the skin - which is…
Epidermis
Components of dermis? (2 major layers)…
Papillary layer (towards epidermis) - Meissner's sensory corp…
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Biology Practical Week 9 Histology and Skeletal System
Longitudinal Section
Cross Section
Epithelial Tissue
Muscular Tissue
tissue cut along the longest direction of an organ
tissue cut perpendicular to the length of an organ
1. simple squamous... 2. stratified squamous... 3. cuboidal... 4. colu…
1. skeletal ... 2. smooth... 3. cardiac
Longitudinal Section
tissue cut along the longest direction of an organ
Cross Section
tissue cut perpendicular to the length of an organ
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Malignant salivary gland tumors (shortened)
Mucoepidermoid carcinoma
Mucoepidermoid carcinoma
Adenoid cystic carcinoma
Polymorphus low-grade adenocarcinoma (…
Most common malignant salivary gland tumor... Most common saliva…
Extraoral view of mucoepidermoid carcinoma
Middle aged females... Painful, can cause facial paralysis... H: Sw…
Females 50-70... Tumor of minor salivary glands... H: "indian filin…
Mucoepidermoid carcinoma
Most common malignant salivary gland tumor... Most common saliva…
Mucoepidermoid carcinoma
Extraoral view of mucoepidermoid carcinoma
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Anatomy and Physiology
anatomy
physiology
cytology
histology
structure of the body and its relationships
function of the body
cells of the body
study of tissues
anatomy
structure of the body and its relationships
physiology
function of the body
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embryology test 2
what must happen with sperm before fer…
fertilization phase 1
fertilization phase 2
fertilization phase 3
undergo capacitation and acrosome reaction
penetration of the corona radiate
penetration of the zona pellucida
-fusion of the oocyte and sperm cell membranes... -Zona reaction…
what must happen with sperm before fer…
undergo capacitation and acrosome reaction
fertilization phase 1
penetration of the corona radiate
18 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Histology
3 major layers of the skin - which is…
Components of dermis? (2 major layers)…
Meissner's sensory corpuscles
Major components in hypodermis?
Epidermis
Papillary layer (towards epidermis) - Meissner's sensory corp…
Detects changes in texture
Pacinian corpuscles (sensory, looks like rings of a tree) ... Sw…
3 major layers of the skin - which is…
Epidermis
Components of dermis? (2 major layers)…
Papillary layer (towards epidermis) - Meissner's sensory corp…
38 termscreated on December 4, 2016
TCell and Hodgkin's Lymphoma
associations with N.O.S. t-cell lymphoma
another name for NOS tcell lymphoma
associations for anaplastic large cell…
how do you treat +alk anaplastic t cel…
wastebasket / poor prognosis
peripheral cell t cell lymphoma PTCL
ALK (+/-)... + in young ppl, good prognosis, t(2,5)... - in older…
with CHOP
associations with N.O.S. t-cell lymphoma
wastebasket / poor prognosis
another name for NOS tcell lymphoma
peripheral cell t cell lymphoma PTCL
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T. Hallberg - DMD5100 - Embryology and Histology - Exam 3 - Bone and Cartilage
hyaline (cartilage)
elastic (cartilage)
elastic (cartilage)
fibrocartilage
Type of cartilage, function = resists compression / reduces f…
Type of cartilage, function = flexible support, location = ex…
matrix is not as smooth as in hyaline cartilage, (ignore arro…
Type of cartilage, function = resist both tensile and compres…
hyaline (cartilage)
Type of cartilage, function = resists compression / reduces f…
elastic (cartilage)
Type of cartilage, function = flexible support, location = ex…
26 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Skin
Skin/Integument/Cutaneous Layer
Function
Epidermis
Layers of Epidermis (thick)
Made up of 2 layers... 1. Epidermis... 2. Dermis... Subcutaneous layer…
-Protection of underlying tissues... -Prevents desiccation (dehy…
-Upper layer of skin... -In mammals, composed of stratified squa…
1. Stratum corneum... 2. Stratum lucidum... 3. Stratum granulosum... 4…
Skin/Integument/Cutaneous Layer
Made up of 2 layers... 1. Epidermis... 2. Dermis... Subcutaneous layer…
Function
-Protection of underlying tissues... -Prevents desiccation (dehy…
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Colorectal Cancer
Non-modifiable risk factors for CRC
Modifiable risk factors of CRC
Clinical presentation of CRC (early di…
Describe the genetic progression of CRC
- older age (>50)... - male gender... - African-American... - personal…
- low fiber diet... - high fat diet... - sedentary lifestyle... - DM... -…
Rectal bleeding, change in bowel habits, fatigue, anemia, pai…
Multiple hit process... 1) mutation in APC (risk)... 2) hyper-meth…
Non-modifiable risk factors for CRC
- older age (>50)... - male gender... - African-American... - personal…
Modifiable risk factors of CRC
- low fiber diet... - high fat diet... - sedentary lifestyle... - DM... -…
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Kostnienie na podłożu mezenchymalnym
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2.
3.
4.
W tkance mezenchymalnej (w formie błony) pojawiają się silnie…
Różnicowanie komórek mezenchymalnych w osteoblasty, odkładają…
Jony wapnia odkładają się w osteoidzie i są wykorzystywane do…
Na powierzchniach beleczek układają się osteoblasty, syntetyz…
1.
W tkance mezenchymalnej (w formie błony) pojawiają się silnie…
2.
Różnicowanie komórek mezenchymalnych w osteoblasty, odkładają…
38 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Hematopoietic Cells
50-70%
5%
less than 1% - very rare!
3-9%
Neutrophils represent what percentage of leukocytes?
Eosinophils represent what percentage of leukocytes?
Basophils represent what percentage of leukocytes?
Monocytes represent what percentage of leukocytes?
50-70%
Neutrophils represent what percentage of leukocytes?
5%
Eosinophils represent what percentage of leukocytes?
57 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Anatomy final 1-7
anatomy
physiology
systemic
cytology
the study of structure
the study of function
pertaining to the whole body
the study of cells
anatomy
the study of structure
physiology
the study of function
44 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Tkanka łączna podporowa kostna
Osteokalcyna i osteonektyna
Fosfataza zasadowa
Witamina D3
RANKL (Receptor Activator for Nuclear…
białka inicjujące i regulujące proces mineralizacji
Ektoenzym, którego aktywność zanika po zróżnicowaniu osteobla…
Reguluje ekspresję osteokalcyny
Ligand dla receptora RANK, znajdującego się na prekursorowych…
Osteokalcyna i osteonektyna
białka inicjujące i regulujące proces mineralizacji
Fosfataza zasadowa
Ektoenzym, którego aktywność zanika po zróżnicowaniu osteobla…
93 termscreated on December 4, 2016
A&P I final exam review
anatomy
physiology
cytology
histology
structure of the body and its relationships
function of the body
cells of the body
study of the tissues
anatomy
structure of the body and its relationships
physiology
function of the body
45 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Ch 11 Fundamentals of the nervous system and Nervous Tissue
Astrocytes
Microglia
Ependymal cells
Oligodendrocytes
• "star cells"... • Most abundant and most versitile... • Connect n…
• Small and ovoid, long "thorny" processes... • Monitor health o…
• Ciliated... • Line cavities... • Circulate cerebral spinal fluid…
• Have few processes... • Wrap process around thicker neuron fib…
Astrocytes
• "star cells"... • Most abundant and most versitile... • Connect n…
Microglia
• Small and ovoid, long "thorny" processes... • Monitor health o…
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Embryology Abnormalities post-midterm sgusvm
Coloboma
micro- opthalamia
anopthalamia
congenital cataract
failure of the choroidal fissure to close
too small eye may result from intra-uterine infections (toxop…
absence of the eye as a result of exposure of the mother to t…
cloudiness of lens
Coloboma
failure of the choroidal fissure to close
micro- opthalamia
too small eye may result from intra-uterine infections (toxop…
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Histology L3 Glandular Epithelia
Diffusion... Transport proteins... -->Incorp…
Endocytosis
Phagocytosis
Phagolysosome
3 ways in which material can cross the cell membrane
Mean of transport by which material from extracellular space…
Mean of transport across the membrane by which bacterium bind…
Phagosome binding with a lysosome creates a....
Diffusion... Transport proteins... -->Incorp…
3 ways in which material can cross the cell membrane
Endocytosis
Mean of transport by which material from extracellular space…
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graded bio exam 3 (bio final)
Pigeons and cardinals are examples of.…
The thick fibers in muscle cells are m…
.....has cells that store fats as ener…
The.... system covers the body and reg…
granivores
myosin
Adipose tissue
integumentary
Pigeons and cardinals are examples of.…
granivores
The thick fibers in muscle cells are m…
myosin
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Test 1 Study Guide (Ch. 1 & 3)
Anatomy
Physiology
Palpation
Auscultation
science of structure
science of body functions
touching, feeling
listening
Anatomy
science of structure
Physiology
science of body functions
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Bio II: Bones
the functions of the skeletal system i…
storage of lipids that represents an i…
of the 5 major functions of the skelet…
the support tissues in the body consis…
structural support and storage for calcium and lipids; blood…
yellow marrow
support and storage of minerals
bone and cartilage
the functions of the skeletal system i…
structural support and storage for calcium and lipids; blood…
storage of lipids that represents an i…
yellow marrow
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Histology Exam 3 material
Gall Bladder
Gall stone
Common Hepatic Duct
Cystic Duct
vestigial structure where bile is stored, large mucosa, some…
marble that won't fit through the cystic duct
from liver, combines nutrient fluid from liver hepatic ducts
where bile in gall bladder is excreted from
Gall Bladder
vestigial structure where bile is stored, large mucosa, some…
Gall stone
marble that won't fit through the cystic duct
31 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Histologic Stains
H&E ... (This is a stain of normal cells…
Top arrow: hemotoxylin (dark purple)... B…
Top arrow: nucleus... Middle arrow: cytop…
Top arrow: RBCs... 2nd arrow: nucleus... 3rd…
What stain is this?
Are the arrows pointing to structures stained by hemotoxylin…
This is an H&E stain of the lung. Label the following structu…
Below is an H&E stain of a kidney. This patient has clear cel…
H&E ... (This is a stain of normal cells…
What stain is this?
Top arrow: hemotoxylin (dark purple)... B…
Are the arrows pointing to structures stained by hemotoxylin…
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Histology L2 Covering Epithelia
Surface, cavities, tubes for example i…
Ectoderm - eg skin... Mesoderm - e.g. hea…
Mechanical barrier - skin... Chemical bar…
Intermediate filaments
What areas do Surface Epithelia line?
Name the 3 germ layers that Epithelia are derived from?
Give 3 functions of Epithelia?
Which filaments of the cytoskeleton are used in pathology to…
Surface, cavities, tubes for example i…
What areas do Surface Epithelia line?
Ectoderm - eg skin... Mesoderm - e.g. hea…
Name the 3 germ layers that Epithelia are derived from?
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Exam 3
False
False
False
False
True/False: A patient is given a drug that stimulates choline…
True/False: A patient is given a drug that stimulates choline…
True/False: A patient is given a drug that stimulates choline…
True/False: A patient is given a drug that stimulates choline…
False
True/False: A patient is given a drug that stimulates choline…
False
True/False: A patient is given a drug that stimulates choline…
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Lymphatic System histology
Canine thymus... Light spots-medulla... Dark…
Canine thymus ... arrows- Hassall's corpu…
Lymph node
Primary lymphoid follicle ... in the lymp…
Canine thymus... Light spots-medulla... Dark…
Canine thymus ... arrows- Hassall's corpu…
34 termscreated on December 4, 2016
A&P Ch. 1- Introduction to A&P
describes the structures of the body
describes the functions of the anatomi…
the study of cells and their structures
the study of tissues and their structu…
anatomy
physiology
cytology
histology
describes the structures of the body
anatomy
describes the functions of the anatomi…
physiology
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Histology L1 Intro Histology
-Outer membrane... -Inner cytosol... -Cytosk…
Plasmalemma
Inclusions
Microfilaments (actin)... Intermediate fi…
What are some features common to all eukaryotic cells?
Histological term used for cell membrane?
What name is given to components that have been synthesised b…
3 main classes of cytoskeletal proteins?
-Outer membrane... -Inner cytosol... -Cytosk…
What are some features common to all eukaryotic cells?
Plasmalemma
Histological term used for cell membrane?
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Histology Lab Photo Quiz
hyaline cartilage
stratified squamous epithelium
compact bone
simple ciliated columnar epithelium
hyaline cartilage
stratified squamous epithelium
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Exam 2
Both
Erythrocytes
B Lymphocytes
B Lymphocytes
A, B, Both, or Neither: B Lymphocytes/Erythrocytes are formed…
A, B, Both, or Neither: B Lymphocytes/Erythrocytes are anucle…
A, B, Both, or Neither: B Lymphocytes/Erythrocytes are APCs.
A, B, Both, or Neither: B Lymphocytes/Erythrocytes plasma cel…
Both
A, B, Both, or Neither: B Lymphocytes/Erythrocytes are formed…
Erythrocytes
A, B, Both, or Neither: B Lymphocytes/Erythrocytes are anucle…
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Vet Histo: Respiratory
What are the characteristics of the ve…
What are the characteristics of respir…
What are the characteristics of olfact…
What is the lateral nasal gland?
- Direct communication w/ skin & respiratory portion... - Lined…
- Lined by ciliated pseudostratified columnar w/ goblet cells…
- Olfactory epithelium lines caudal-dorsal, ethmoidal, & sept…
- Specialization found in maxillary sinus of carnivores... - Com…
What are the characteristics of the ve…
- Direct communication w/ skin & respiratory portion... - Lined…
What are the characteristics of respir…
- Lined by ciliated pseudostratified columnar w/ goblet cells…
28 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Quiz 3 373 review
List of histology steps
How to keep tissue on slides
What fixatives do
Is dehydration increasing or decreasin…
1. Tissue extraction... 2. Fixation... 3. Cryosectioning and slide…
-Use "subbed" slides: slides are dipped in gelatin which func…
-alter tissue by stabilizing the proteins so they become resi…
DEHYDRATION = INC ETHANOL
List of histology steps
1. Tissue extraction... 2. Fixation... 3. Cryosectioning and slide…
How to keep tissue on slides
-Use "subbed" slides: slides are dipped in gelatin which func…
30 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Exam 1
Golgi Complex
Neither
Mitochondria
Neither
A, B, Both, or Neither: Golgi Comple/Mitochondria is responsi…
A, B, Both, or Neither: Golgi Comple/Mitochondria is responsi…
A, B, Both, or Neither: Golgi Comple/Mitochondria is the site…
A, B, Both, or Neither: Golgi Comple/Mitochondria is the same…
Golgi Complex
A, B, Both, or Neither: Golgi Comple/Mitochondria is responsi…
Neither
A, B, Both, or Neither: Golgi Comple/Mitochondria is responsi…
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Histology Revision Bones and Cartilage
What type of collagen is found in dens…
What is basal lamina made of?
What type of cartilage is this, and wh…
What are these called?
Type I
GAGS, type IV collagen, glycoproteins
HYALINE, TYPE II.
Isogenous group
What type of collagen is found in dens…
Type I
What is basal lamina made of?
GAGS, type IV collagen, glycoproteins
10 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Biology: Body Planes
The plane that cuts you from your ear…
A plane dividing the body into upper a…
The plane which passes directly along…
The plane that cutsright down the midl…
Frontal plane
Transverse plane... Horizontal plane
Median plane
Sagittal plane
The plane that cuts you from your ear…
Frontal plane
A plane dividing the body into upper a…
Transverse plane... Horizontal plane
92 termscreated on December 4, 2016
BIOL 1107 Lab Week 9 Histology & Skeletal
Histology
Tissues
Tissue sections
Longitudinal section
the study of tissues
composed of one or more cell types that provide a common func…
-longitudinal section... -cross section
tissue cut along the longest direction of an organ
Histology
the study of tissues
Tissues
composed of one or more cell types that provide a common func…
148 termscreated on December 4, 2016
CH1
which fits how a phase contrast micros…
An imaginary image is produced when th…
In an electron microscope, the glass l…
type of image
. utilizes small differences in the refractive index to visua…
true
false
imaginary imag
which fits how a phase contrast micros…
. utilizes small differences in the refractive index to visua…
An imaginary image is produced when th…
true
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Renal histology
The __________ is characterized by lon…
How is a lobule defined?
What is the renal blood filtration bar…
_________ are extensions of he podocyt…
medulla
the cortical area b/w two adjacent interlobular arteries
-special basement membrane... -fenestrated capillary endothelium…
pedicles
The __________ is characterized by lon…
medulla
How is a lobule defined?
the cortical area b/w two adjacent interlobular arteries
97 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Pharm Pr Final exam (old quiz questions)
what is the generic name for Lexapro?
What is the indication for hydrochloro…
what is the trade name for omeprazole?
what is the indication for Zoloft?
escitalopram
hypertension/edema
Prilosec
depression
what is the generic name for Lexapro?
escitalopram
What is the indication for hydrochloro…
hypertension/edema
53 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Anatomy Chapter 5 Final
What are the three primary germ layers…
Ectoderm
Endoderm
Mesoderm
Ectoderm, Endoderm, Mesoderm
an outer layer that giver rise to the epidermis and nervous s…
(inner)giver rise to the mucous membranes of the digestive an…
(middle) a layer of more loosely organized cells. Mesoderm ev…
What are the three primary germ layers…
Ectoderm, Endoderm, Mesoderm
Ectoderm
an outer layer that giver rise to the epidermis and nervous s…
27 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Vascular Pathology
vascular aneurysm
true
false
Fusiform
localized abnormal dilations of blood vessels due to congenit…
_______________ aneurysm is bounded by complete but attenuate…
_______________ aneurysm involves a rupture in vascular wall-…
Subtypes of aneurysms: ... _______________: ovoid swelling paral…
vascular aneurysm
localized abnormal dilations of blood vessels due to congenit…
true
_______________ aneurysm is bounded by complete but attenuate…
19 termscreated on December 4, 2016
Nerve Tissue Atlas
Collections of axons in peripheral ner…
Low mag image of the spinal cord stain…
High mag image of anterior horn cells…
High mag image of white matter stained…
Connective tissue & support cells associated w neurons in the…
Collections of axons in peripheral ner…
Connective tissue & support cells associated w neurons in the…
Low mag image of the spinal cord stain…
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