22 September 2014

Histology of Connective Tissue

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Histology Lab - Video 5: Connective Tissue

This video guides you through the basic histology of Connective Tissue.
Tissu and Cells looked at are: Fibroblasts, think skin, aorta, arteries, lymph nodes, lymphocytes, mast cells, adipocytes, thymus, macrophages, eosinophils, stomach, small intestine, infected eyelid, and foreign body giant cells (fused macrophages)

The learning objectives are:
1. Be able to identify and distinguish the three connective tissue fiber types
2. Be able to classify general connective tissues according to the arrangement of their fibers
3. Be able to distinguish and identify the following cell types (indigenous and transient cells): Fibroblasts, macrophages, plasma cells, fat cells (adipocytes) masts cells, eosinophils, neutrophils, lymphocytes.

Courtesy of William Krause, PhD .
These videos will orient you to each cell and tissue type as well as prepare you for medical practice
Dr. Krause made these videos to help his class in learning and studying histology. Because of overwhelming demand, he would like to make them available world-wide.
Used and uploaded with full permission of William Krause, PhD (The Producer and narrator).

Dr. Krause is a member of the Department of Pathology and Anatomical Sciences at the University of Missouri. He has won several awards for teaching at the School of Medicine and is the author of many books including a study guide to go along with this video series:

Please be encouraged to visit Dr. Krause's webpage

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