Franzgayle T. Husain

  • Franzgayle T. Husain posted a new activity comment 5 months ago

    Keep in mind that we, as future health workers, are responsible not only for the health of others, but also for our own safety.
    • Franzgayle T. Husain posted a new activity comment 5 months ago

      One of the most crucial parts of the laboratory is the histopathology lab or the histopathology department. Under it lies the establishing of a correct and final…

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        • Keep in mind that we, as future health workers, are responsible not only for the health of others, but also for our own safety.
        • This article by Adyanthaya and Jose (2013) discusses the stages required in creating a quality histology report as well as safety precautions for reducing risk in the histopathology laboratory. For them, histopathology is both an art and a science that involves evaluating and interpreting the forms, sizes, and distinct patterns of cells and…[Read more]

          • One of the most crucial parts of the laboratory is the histopathology lab or the histopathology department. Under it lies the establishing of a correct and final…

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              • Keep in mind that we, as future health workers, are responsible not only for the health of others, but also for our own safety.
            • Areolar Connective tissue
            • Transitional Epithelium
            • Fibrocartilage
            • Elastic Cartilage

            • Collagenous connective tissue

            • Hyaline Cartilage

            • Giant Multipolar Neuron

            • Smooth Muscle Tissue

            • Cardiac Muscle Tissue
            • Skeletal Muscle Tissue
            • Franzgayle T. Husain posted a new activity comment 9 months ago

              Liver lobule – made up of hepatocytes, a type of liver cells. It lines up in a radiating rows.
              Functions: It serves as the building block of the liver tissue. It contains a channel that drains bile from the liver to the common hepatic duct.
              Locations: in the liver

              • Franzgayle T. Husain posted a new activity comment 9 months ago

                Gall bladder – appears as small and pear-shaped organ.
                Functions: stores bile, a digestive fluid that is discharged into the small intestine. This fluid helps digest and break down food. They are remove in the body when there are gallstones present.
                Locations: found on the right side of the abdomen, below the liver.
                  • Liver lobule – made up of hepatocytes, a type of liver cells. It lines up in a radiating rows.
                    Functions: It serves as the building block of the liver tissue. It contains a channel that drains bile from the liver to the common hepatic duct.
                    Locations: in the liver

                  • Franzgayle T. Husain posted a new activity comment 9 months ago

                    Submucosa – a layer of connective tissue that supports and lies underneath the mucosa.
                    Functions: It enables the mucosa to move more freely during peristalsis—the contraction of layers in the muscularis
                    Locations: sits in between the outermost layer of the mucosa
                      • Gall bladder – appears as small and pear-shaped organ.
                        Functions: stores bile, a digestive fluid that is discharged into the small intestine. This fluid helps digest and break down food. They are remove in the body when there are gallstones present.
                        Locations: found on the right side of the abdomen, below the liver.
                          • Liver lobule – made up of hepatocytes, a type of liver cells. It lines up in a radiating rows.
                            Functions: It serves as the building block of the liver tissue. It contains a channel that drains bile from the liver to the common hepatic duct.
                            Locations: in the liver

                        • Franzgayle T. Husain posted a new activity comment 9 months ago

                          Muscularis – also known as the muscularis externa; it consists of an inner circular muscular layer and a longitudinal outer muscular layer
                          Functions: the contractions of the layers in the muscularis propels the food through the gastrointestinal tract
                          Locations: found in the deepest layer of the mucosa that lies next to the submucosa

                            • Submucosa – a layer of connective tissue that supports and lies underneath the mucosa.
                              Functions: It enables the mucosa to move more freely during peristalsis—the contraction of layers in the muscularis
                              Locations: sits in between the outermost layer of the mucosa
                                • Gall bladder – appears as small and pear-shaped organ.
                                  Functions: stores bile, a digestive fluid that is discharged into the small intestine. This fluid helps digest and break down food. They are remove in the body when there are gallstones present.
                                  Locations: found on the right side of the abdomen, below the liver.
                                    • Liver lobule – made up of hepatocytes, a type of liver cells. It lines up in a radiating rows.
                                      Functions: It serves as the building block of the liver tissue. It contains a channel that drains bile from the liver to the common hepatic duct.
                                      Locations: in the liver

                                • Franzgayle T. Husain posted a new activity comment 9 months ago

                                  Esophagus – a muscular tube that is part of the digestive system which has long, thin and hollow structure
                                  Functions: transports food and liquid from the throat to the stomach
                                  Locations: can be found in the center of the chest area called the mediastinum
                                    • Muscularis – also known as the muscularis externa; it consists of an inner circular muscular layer and a longitudinal outer muscular layer
                                      Functions: the contractions of the layers in the muscularis propels the food through the gastrointestinal tract
                                      Locations: found in the deepest layer of the mucosa that lies next to the submucosa

                                        • Submucosa – a layer of connective tissue that supports and lies underneath the mucosa.
                                          Functions: It enables the mucosa to move more freely during peristalsis—the contraction of layers in the muscularis
                                          Locations: sits in between the outermost layer of the mucosa
                                            • Gall bladder – appears as small and pear-shaped organ.
                                              Functions: stores bile, a digestive fluid that is discharged into the small intestine. This fluid helps digest and break down food. They are remove in the body when there are gallstones present.
                                              Locations: found on the right side of the abdomen, below the liver.
                                                • Liver lobule – made up of hepatocytes, a type of liver cells. It lines up in a radiating rows.
                                                  Functions: It serves as the building block of the liver tissue. It contains a channel that drains bile from the liver to the common hepatic duct.
                                                  Locations: in the liver

                                          • Franzgayle T. Husain posted a new activity comment 9 months ago

                                            Duodenum – considered as the first part of the small intestine
                                            Functions: It completes the first phase of digestion by breaking down food through enzymes and bile.
                                            Locations: between the stomach and jejenum or the middle part of the small intestine
                                              • Esophagus – a muscular tube that is part of the digestive system which has long, thin and hollow structure
                                                Functions: transports food and liquid from the throat to the stomach
                                                Locations: can be found in the center of the chest area called the mediastinum
                                                  • Muscularis – also known as the muscularis externa; it consists of an inner circular muscular layer and a longitudinal outer muscular layer
                                                    Functions: the contractions of the layers in the muscularis propels the food through the gastrointestinal tract
                                                    Locations: found in the deepest layer of the mucosa that lies next to the submucosa

                                                      • Submucosa – a layer of connective tissue that supports and lies underneath the mucosa.
                                                        Functions: It enables the mucosa to move more freely during peristalsis—the contraction of layers in the muscularis
                                                        Locations: sits in between the outermost layer of the mucosa
                                                          • Gall bladder – appears as small and pear-shaped organ.
                                                            Functions: stores bile, a digestive fluid that is discharged into the small intestine. This fluid helps digest and break down food. They are remove in the body when there are gallstones present.
                                                            Locations: found on the right side of the abdomen, below the liver.
                                                              • Liver lobule – made up of hepatocytes, a type of liver cells. It lines up in a radiating rows.
                                                                Functions: It serves as the building block of the liver tissue. It contains a channel that drains bile from the liver to the common hepatic duct.
                                                                Locations: in the liver

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