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  1. J.P.C. Peper

    J.P.C. Peper Bronze Member

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    This is a cross-cut of healthy adrenal gland tissue (Azan).

    Can you identify structures A, B, C, D and E?

    I’ll post the correct answer in a few days!

    Adrenal gland.jpg
     

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    A= wide Capillary
    B= Adernal Medulla
    C=Zona reticularis of the adernal cortex
    D=Zona Fasciculata of the adernal cortex
    E= Zona Glomerulosa of the adernal cortex
     


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    Is right?
     


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    A. central vessel
    B. adrenal medulla
    C. adrenal cortex reticular zone
    D. adrenal cortex fasciculate zone
    E. adrenal cortex glomerulose zone
     


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    Correct answer:

    A) Vena centralis

    B) Medulla (produces adrenaline and noradrenaline)

    C) Zona reticularis (produces DHEA and androsteendion)

    D) Zona fasciculata (produces cortisol)

    E) Zona glomerulosa (produces aldosteron) and the adrenal cortex
     


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    I would like to understand histology during summer time season by myself. I would like to find a guide that is easy, in shade, uncomplicated and good for self-paced studying (if it contains workouts, then it's perfect).

    Can anyone suggest an starting histology guide ? I don't proper value really unknown information but I still want to be able to distinguish the abdomen from the digestive system for example.
     


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