This video shows the correct ways to follow in a histopathology laboratory. Details on crucial methods are explained. Anyone from the histopathology laboratory must put in mind their safety to ensure quality results for the patients and proper procedure. An example of safety between the laboratory and the personnel is the proper use of 1% sodium hypochlorite while grossing to ensure the cleanliness and safety of both parties.
The skin which is part of the integumentary system needs water to perform certain functions. The stratum corneum Glycerol, a well-known cosmetic component, has been revealed to reside in the SC as a natural endogenous humectant. Hyaluronan is abundant in the epidermis and is necessary for maintaining appropriate SC structure and epidermal barrier function. It was previously thought to be primarily a dermal component. The presence of tight junction structures at the intersection of the stratum granulosum and the SC, as well as the identification of the water-transporting protein aquaporin-3 in the live epidermis, have provided new insights into the mechanics of skin water distribution and barrier function.
Douglas McGregor’s Theory X and Theory Y
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