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Chapter-01 Color Atlas with Identification Points by Kote Neelkanth (2014) Edition : 2/e

This chapter gives the basic details of all the important histology slides. Here the photographic pictures of most of the histological slides are given in different sections preferably in lower power field and three identification points or key points are given for each slide. This helps in easy identification of the tissues and further study in histology. T... [More]

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Chapter-02 History of Histology by Kote Neelkanth (2014) Edition : 2/e

Any achievement is incomplete without its history and any history is incomplete without the legends that created the history. Keeping this in mind and to make the subject more interesting this chapter is designed to explain about some of the major and significant contributions and its associated scientist in the field of histology. Innumerable of scientists ... [More]

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Chapter-03 General Instructions by Kote Neelkanth (2014) Edition : 2/e

As the name itself indicates this chapter describes about the general instructions to the medical students about their code and conduct in histology laboratory. This chapter also highlights about the method of drawing and labeling the histology diagrams in the practical record book. A brief explanation is also given about the basic understanding of staining ... [More]

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Chapter-04 Study of Microscope by Kote Neelkanth (2014) Edition : 2/e

Microscope is an amazing device in the history of science, which helped a lot in elaborating the fields of histology, pathology, microbiology, genetics and forensic medicine. Microscope is a Greek term, which means a device used to look at smaller objects. This chapter deals with the study of different parts of microscope and their functions under the headin... [More]

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Chapter-05 Epithelial Tissue by Kote Neelkanth (2014) Edition : 2/e

Epithelial tissue is the most commonly seen tissue in the body, which lines the internal, external and visceral organs. It was first described as the layer of cells covering the nipple, hence named as epithelium. This chapter deals with the characteristic features of epithelial tissue and its wide classification into simple, stratified, pseudo stratified for... [More]

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Chapter-06 Connective Tissue by Kote Neelkanth (2014) Edition : 2/e

In this chapter connective tissue is dealt in detail with respect to its characteristic features, classification and composition. Connective tissue is widely classified into connective tissue proper and specialized connective tissue. Specialized connective tissue includes bone and cartilage whereas connective tissue proper is further subclassified into loose... [More]

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Chapter-07 Specialized Connective Tissue by Kote Neelkanth (2014) Edition : 2/e

Even though, skeletal tissue is a part of connective tissue, but still it differs in its structure, function and mode of development; therefore, it is considered as specialized connective tissue. This chapter deals with the histology of bone and cartilage. The transverse section of compact bone shows many circular structures called Haversian system. Each Hav... [More]

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Chapter-08 Muscular Tissue by Kote Neelkanth (2014) Edition : 2/e

Muscular tissue is an important tissue in the body, which made the man to be the most powerful and strongest living entity on the earth. It also plays major role in locomotion of the body Muscular tissue is classified into major and minor types. Skeletal muscle, visceral muscle and cardiac muscle are the major type whereas the myoepitheliocyte and myofibrobl... [More]

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Chapter-09 Nervous Tissue by Kote Neelkanth (2014) Edition : 2/e

Neuron is the structural and functional unit of nervous system. It is classified into many types based on its structure and function. A typical multipolar neuron shows soma and axon. Soma contains the nucleus and Nissl’s granules. Soma gives rise to dendrites whereas the axon extends from soma as a long slender structure which ends in telodendria. There are ... [More]

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Chapter-10 Lymphoid System by Kote Neelkanth (2014) Edition : 2/e

Lymphoid system consists of lymphatic vessels (lymphatics), lymph, lymphoid organs and lymphocytes. Thymus and bone marrow are considered to be the primary lymphoid organs whereas secondary lymphoid organs include spleen, palatine tonsil, mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue (MALT). A lymph node consists of an outermost capsule, middle cortex and inner medulla.... [More]