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Basic Histology: A Color Atlas & Text by Devi V Subhadra (2016) Edition : 1/e
DOI : 10.5005/jp/books/12791   ISBN:9789352501786

This book discusses some basic concepts of basic histologyin in simple language and presentation of material. The book covers various topics through simple illustrations in the form of line diagrams, flow charts, and several photographs of histological sections at various magnifications. The book also features the tables, charts, developmental aspect and mic... [More]

Basic Histology: A Color Atlas & Text
Chapter-01 Human Embryology by Kulkarni Roopa, Mokhasi Varsha S (2016) Edition : 2/e

This chapter discusses human embryology. Human embryology is that branch of Anatomy, which deals with the development of the individual. The term Embryology, appropriately called developmental anatomy, is applied to the various changes, which take place during the growth of an animal from the egg to the adult condition. Spermatogenesis is a term used to desc... [More]

Chapter-01 Introduction to Histology by Devi V Subhadra (2016) Edition : 1/e

This chapter presents a brief introduction to histology and the use of histology in various medical processes. Histological concepts are used for understanding of normal structure and function, understanding of organization of different tissues, diagnosis of abnormal tissues in diseases for appropriate treatment, forensic autopsies, archeology, and developme... [More]

Chapter-01 Light Microscopy and Tissue Preparation by Vasudeva Neelam, Mishra Sabita (2016) Edition : 8/e

This chapter discusses light microscopy and tissue preparation. A light microscope is an optical device that uses visible light for illumination and lenses to magnify a specimen or tissue section for detailed visualization. Simple microscopes utilize a single lens while compound microscopes have a number of lenses in combination. A light microscope has optic... [More]

Chapter-01 Overview of Head and Neck by Seshayyan Sudha (2016) Edition : 6/e

The human head can be described as the superior part of the body that houses the brain and gives accommodation for organs of special senses. The term cephalon is used to denote the head region in several lower organisms. The neck is that portion which attaches the head to the rest of the body. It actually serves as a conduit transmitting various structures f... [More]

Chapter-01 Overview of Thorax by Seshayyan Sudha (2016) Edition : 6/e

Thorax is the region between the neck and the abdomen. The thorax has a large cavity, called the thoracic cavity, contained within its walls; within this cavity, it contains important viscera like the heart and the lungs. The structures passing from the neck to the abdomen also traverse through the thorax. The thorax has a superior aperture that connects it ... [More]

Chapter-01 Science of Anatomy by Seshayyan Sudha (2016) Edition : 6/e

The science that deals with the structure of the body is known as anatomy. Study of the structure of living beings was done by dissecting the body and seeing the various structures in position. The scope of the anatomy has widened very much and several subdivisions are now studied. These subdivisions includes gross anatomy, microscopic anatomy, cytology, reg... [More]

Chapter-02 Body Plan, Skin and Fasciae by Seshayyan Sudha (2016) Edition : 6/e

The structure of human body, their organization and features follow a typical plan. It is easy to understand the details of the structures if this basic plan is first thought of. Skin is the largest and the most extensive sensory organ of the body, forms the outer and protective covering of the body. It is usually subdivided into a superficial cellular part ... [More]

Chapter-02 Bones and Joints of Head and Neck by Seshayyan Sudha (2016) Edition : 6/e

The bones of the head and neck comprise the skull, mandible, hyoid and the cervical vertebrae. Skull forms a protective frame for the brain, organs of special senses and the upper parts of the aerodigestive system. The skull consists of 28 individual bones, many of which are paired. Superior, posterior, frontal/anterior, lateral and inferior view of skull ar... [More]

Chapter-02 Cell Structure by Vasudeva Neelam, Mishra Sabita (2016) Edition : 8/e

The objective of this chapter is to introduce the cell structure. The cell is the fundamental structural and functional unit of the body. A cell is bounded by a cell membrane (or plasma membrane) within which is enclosed a complex material called protoplasm. The protoplasm consists of a central more dense part called the nucleus; and an outer less dense part... [More]