Meyer"s normal histology and histogenesis of the human teeth and associated parts by Meyer, Wilhelm

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Published by J.B. Lippincott in Philadelphia .

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Edition Notes

Translation of Lehrbuch der normalen histologie und entwicklungsgeschichte der zähne des menschen.

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Other titlesHistology and histogenesis of the human teeth and associated parts.
Statementtranslated and edited by Herman R. Churchill. 324 illustrations of which 26 are in color.
ContributionsChurchill, Herman Richard, ed. and tr.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQM311 .M42
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 305 p.
Number of Pages305
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6325695M
LC Control Number35019855
OCLC/WorldCa3037999

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Connective, muscle, and nerve tissue are addressed in the respective articles. Histology sections, where the stain has been identified, link to this page and the specific stain description.

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The epithelium is thick because the epithelial lining of the oral cavity is subject to a lot of wear and tear. In mobile areas, such as the soft palate, underside of the tongue, floor of the mouth, and mucosal surfaces of the cheeks and lips, the epithelium is not keratinised.

Normal Histology: Tutorials, images, and examination questions in histology to illustrate cells and tissues in a variety of organ sites. Normal Anatomy: A set of Visible Human Project images demonstrates sectional anatomy of the human body Neuroanatomy. by Edward C.

Klatt MD Return to the Normal Histology main menu. This tutorial provides a brief overview of normal cellular and tissue structure.

Lining Mucosa. Slide R (lip, human, H&E) WebScope ImageScope Slide triC (lip, human, trichrome) WebScope ImageScope Slide M (lip, monkey, H&E) WebScope ImageScope. A stratified squamous non-keratinized epithelium lines the oral surface of the lips, cheeks, floor of mouth, and covers the ventral surface of the tongue In slide (human) and M (monkey) of the lip, note that skin.

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Beneath the enamel is a layer of center of the tooth is filled with pulp that contains nerves and vessels, extending down as the root canal. and exiting at the apical root of the tooth, covered by cementum, is embedded in bone and anchored by the periodontal ligament.

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The bulk of the tooth structure is known as dentine. The cementum is a covering structure for the root of the teeth that.

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