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diFiore's Atlas of Histology with Functional Correlations, Eleventh Edition, explains basic histology concepts through full-color, schematic illustrations. These illustrations magnify the minutia of organ and tissue structures to show the functions of microscopic structures and how functions work. Part One explains tissues and their relationship to their systems; Part Two addresses organs in a similar way. Targeting undergraduate, allied health and first and second year medical students, the 11th Edition includes new and enhanced images through redrawing and digitization to provide increased detail. This edition also features updated illustrations and information on the functions of cells, tissues, and organs of the body based on advances in research and expert recommendations. The atlas' student-friendly "Functional Correlations" sections help students study structure and function together. Students also benefit from a "realistic" perspective as more than 70 micrographs appear adjacent to color illustrations. A companion website offers student and instructor versions of diFiore's Interactive Atlas with all of the images from the book.
Table of Contents
|The Cell and the CytoplasmApical Surfaces of Ciliated and Nonciliated Epithelium Junctional Complex Between Epithelial Cells Basal Regions of Epithelial Cells|
|Classification of Epithelial TissueSimple Squamous Epithelium|
|Surface View of Peritoneal Mesothelium Simple Squamous Epithelium|
|Peritoneal Mesothelium Surrounding Small Intestine (Transverse Section) Different Epithelial Types in the Kidney CortexSection|
|Glandular TissueUnbranched Simple Tubular Exocrine Glands|
|Intestinal Glands Simple Branched Tubular Exocrine Glands|
|Gastric Glands Coiled Tubular Exocrine Glands|
|Connective TissueLoose Connective Tissue (Spread) Cells of the Connective Tissue Embryonic Connective Tissue|
|Cartilage and BoneSection|
|CartilageDeveloping Fetal Hyaline Cartilage Hyaline Cartilage and Surrounding Structures|
|Trachea Cells and Matrix of Mature Hyaline CartilageSection|
|Development of a Long Bone (Panoramic View, Longitudinal Section) Endochondral Ossification|
|Zone of Ossification|
|BloodHuman Blood Smear|
|Erythrocytes, Neutrophils, Eosinophils, Lymphocyte, and Platelets Human Blood Smear|
|Red Blood Cells, Neutrophils, Large Lymphocyte, and Platelets Erythrocytes and Platelets in Blood Smear|
|Muscle TissueLongitudinal and Transverse Sections of Skeletal (Striated) Muscles of the Tongue Skeletal (Striated) Muscles of the Tongue (Longitudinal Section)|
|The Central Nervous System|
|Brain and Spinal CordSpinal Cord|
|Midthoracic Region (Transverse Section) Spinal Cord|
|Anterior Gray Horn, Motor Neuron, and Adjacent White Matter Spinal Cord|
|Midcervical Region (Transverse Section)Section|
|The Peripheral Nervous SystemPeripheral Nerves and Blood Vessels (Transverse Section) Myelinated Nerve Fibers (Longitudinal and Transverse Sections) Sciatic Nerve (Longitudinal Section)|
|Circulatory SystemBlood and Lymphatic Vessels in the Connective Tissue Muscular Artery and Vein (Transverse Section)|
|Lymphoid SystemLymph Node (Panoramic View) Lymph Node|
|Capsule, Cortex, and Medulla (Sectional View) Cortex and Medulla of a Lymph Node|
|Integumentary SystemThin Skin|
|Epidermis and the Contents of the Dermis Skin|
|Epidermis, Dermis, and Hypodermis in the Scalp|
|Oral Cavity and Salivary GlandsLip (Longitudinal Section) Anterior Region of the Tongue (Longitudinal Section)|
|Esophagus and StomachWall of Upper Esophagus (Transverse Section) Upper Esophagus (Transverse Section)|
|Small and Large IntestinesDuodenum of the Small Intestine (Longitudinal Section)|
|Liver, Gallbladder, and PancreasPrimate Liver Lobules (Panoramic View, Transverse Section)|
|Male Reproductive System|
|Female Reproductive System|
|Organs of Special Senses|
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