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Cell injury:necrosis, apoptosis. Adaptations:atrophy, hypertrophy,hyperplasia. Metaplasia.

Cell injury:necrosis, apoptosis. Adaptations:atrophy, hypertrophy,hyperplasia. Metaplasia.

Cell injury:necrosis, apoptosis. Adaptations:atrophy, hypertrophy,hyperplasia. Metaplasia. . 2011. DEFINITIONS OF BASIC ASPECTS OF DISEASE PROCESS. epidemiology (occurrence and incidence of d.) etiology (causes of disease) pathogenesis (mechanisms of disease) morphology of the tissue changes

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GLANDULAR EPITHELIUM

GLANDULAR EPITHELIUM

GLANDULAR EPITHELIUM. CLASSIFICATION OF GLANDS. EPITHELIAL SPECIALISATION FOR SECRETION A PATCH OF EPITHELIAL CELLS (INTERNAL SURFACE) OR A DOWNGROWTH THAT PROLIFERATES (EXTERNAL SURFACE) MICROSCOPIC, PART OF AN ORGAN OR AN ORGAN BY ITSELF CONNECTIVE TISSUE FRAMEWORK.

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Glandular Epithelium

Glandular Epithelium

Glandular Epithelium. Gland: a single cell or a mass of epithelial cells adapted for secretion derived from epithelial cells that sank below the surface during development

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The Epithelium Tissues Glandular epithelium

The Epithelium Tissues Glandular epithelium . Prepared by: Reem Aldossari. Glandular Epithelium. a gland may consist of one cell or a group of cells highly specialized to secrete substances into ducts, onto surfaces, or into the blood. Glands are classified as exocrine or endocrine

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Glandular Epithelium

Glandular Epithelium

Glandular Epithelium. Main Function: Secretion Location: Lie in clusters deep to the covering and lining epithelium. Two Types. Endocrine Exocrine. Endocrine. Secrete hormones into the bloodstream. Endocrine. Location: pituitary, thyroid, and adrenal glands. Exocrine.

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Glandular epithelium

Glandular epithelium

Glandular epithelium. describes epithelial tissue found in glands and specialized for exocrine or endocrine secretion.  . Endocrines release their secretory product (typically hormones) into the spaces between the secretory cells (extracellular space) from which it enters the bloodstream.

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Glandular Epithelium

Glandular Epithelium

Glandular Epithelium. A gland is a single cell or a mass of epithelial cells adapted for secretion. Classification of Glands • By destination • By structure • By nature of the secretion • By the method of discharge

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GLANDULAR EPITHELIUM

GLANDULAR EPITHELIUM

GLANDULAR EPITHELIUM. Membrane epithelium becomes glandular epithelium when it invaginates / involutes into the tissue layer / layers below, forming a gland There are two main types of gland . They are exocrine and endocrine. FORMATION of Exocrine/Endocrine glands. Form the same way.

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Glandular Epithelium

Glandular Epithelium

Glandular Epithelium. Glandular Epithelium. Glandular epithelium is more complex and varied than the epithelial cells which cover surfaces or line tubules or vessels. Glandular Epithelium.

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3-Glandular Epithelium

3-Glandular Epithelium

3-Glandular Epithelium. The third type of epithelium specialized to produce secretion Classification of gland 1-According to produce or absence of ducts The glands are classified into:.

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TYPES OF EPITHELIA,      GLANDULAR EPITHELIUM

TYPES OF EPITHELIA, GLANDULAR EPITHELIUM

TYPES OF EPITHELIA, GLANDULAR EPITHELIUM. Dr. Katalin Gallatz. FUNCTION AND TYPES OF EPITHELIUM. COVERING EPITHELIUM. 1. Covering and protecting surfaces 2. Diffusion 3. Absorbtion 4. Excretion 5. Secretio n 6. Sensation 7. Contractility. GLANDULAR EPITHELIUM

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