Connective Tissue

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Connective Tissue
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2015-07-12 00:31:27
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Microscopic anatomy practical
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Connective Tissue Practical Exam
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  1. Tissue type, Structure, Function, Location
    • Tissue Type: Loose Connective Tissue/ Areolar Tissue
    • Structure: Papillary layer of the dermis
    • Function: attaches epithelium to underlying structure
    • Location: dermis, Hypodermis, piamater, endonerium (covers nerve) and endomysium (covers muscle)

  2. Tissue type, Structure, Function, Location
    • Tissue Type: Loose Connective Tissue/ Areolar Tissue
    • Structure: Papillary layer of the dermis
    • Function: attaches epithelium to underlying structure
    • Location: dermis, Hypodermis, piamater, endonerium (covers nerve) and endomysium (covers muscle)

  3. Tissue type, Structure, Function, Location
    • Tissue Type: Irregular dense connective tissue
    • Structure: Reticular layer of the dermis
    • Function: attaches epithelium to underlying structure
    • Location: dermis, Walls of large tubular organs, such as the alimentary canal, in glandular tissue, and in organ capsules

  4. Tissue type, Structure, Function, Location
    • Tissue Type: Irregular dense connective tissue
    • Structure: Reticular layer of the dermis
    • Function: attaches epithelium to underlying structure
    • Location: dermis, Walls of large tubular organs, such as the alimentary canal, in glandular tissue, and in organ capsules

  5. Tissue type, Structure, Function, Location
    • Tissue Type: Regular dense connective tissue
    • Structure: tendon
    • Function:  has great tensile strength that resists pulling forces
    • Location: tendon, ligament, aponeurosis

  6. Tissue type, Structure, Function, Location
    • Tissue Type: Elastic connective tissue
    • Structure: Tunica media of artery
    • Function: allow parts of organ to stretch (and contract)
    • Location: largest arteries in the body

  7. Tissue type, Structure, Function, Location, type of fiber
    • Tissue Type: Elastic connective tissue
    • Structure: Tunica media of artery
    • Function: allow parts of organ to stretch (and contract)
    • Location: largest arteries in the body
    • Type of Fiber: Elastin fibers

  8. Tissue type, Function, Location, type of fiber
    • Tissue Type: Reticular connective tissue
    • Function: allow parts of organ to stretch (and contract)
    • Location: liver, the kidney, the spleen, and lymph nodes, as well as in bone marrow
    • Type of Fiber: reticular fiber (Type III collagen fiber)

  9. Tissue type, Structure, Function, Location
    • Tissue Type: Adipose Tissue
    • Stucture: Brown fat
    • Function: insulation, protection & energy storage
    • Location: Subcutaneous layer deep to skin, Around the heart & kidneys (fetal/ immature)

  10. Tissue type, Structure, Function, Location
    • Tissue Type: Adipose Tissue
    • Stucture: yellow/ white fat
    • Function: insulation, protection & energy storage
    • Location: Subcutaneous layer deep to skin, Around the heart & kidneys (adult)

  11. Tissue type, Structure, Function, Location
    • Tissue Type: Adipose Tissue
    • Stucture: Brown fat & white/ yellow fat
    • Function: insulation, protection & energy storage
    • Location: Subcutaneous layer deep to skin, Around the heart & kidneys (fetal/ immature)

  12. parts
    • 1. umbilical arteries
    • 2. Wharton's jelly
    • 3. umbilical vein

  13. Tissue type, Structure, Function
    • Tissue Type: mesenchymal
    • Stucture: umbilical cord
    • Function: pleuripotential

  14. Tissue type, Structure, Location
    • Tissue Type: Mucous connective tissue
    • Stucture: Wharton's Jelly of umbilcal cord (few cell fibers, ubundant ground substance)
    • Location: forms the Umbilical cord, vitreous of eyeball

  15. Tissue type, Structure, Function, Location, apperance
    • Tissue Type: Hyaline Cartilage
    • Stucture: trachea
    • Function: support 
    • Location: trachea, nose, bronchi
    • Appearance: glassy with collagen fibers and perichondrium

  16. Tissue type, Structure, Function, Location, apperance
    • Tissue Type: elastic Cartilage
    • Stucture: epiglottis
    • Function: Provide support, Maintain shape
    • Location: outer ear, epiglottis
    • Appearance: visible elastin fibers with perichondrium

  17. parts
    • 1. elastin fibers
    • 2. perichondrium
    • 3. intracellular matrix
    • 4. Lacuna
    • 5. chondrocyte

  18. Tissue type, Function, Location, apperance
    • Tissue Type: Fibrocartilage
    • Function: Fibrocartilage is always associated with DCT resist deformation under great stress, attaches bone to bone and provides restricted mobility
    • Location: intervertebral disks, the symphysis pubis, and certain bone-ligament junctions
    • Appearance: chondrocytes are densely packed, without perichondrium

  19. parts
    • 1. lacuna
    • 2. haversian canal
    • 3. canaliculi
    • 4. lamina
    • 5. perforating canal

  20. Tissue type, Structure, Function, Location
    • Tissue Type: compact Bone
    • Stucture: haversian system or osteon
    • Function: Provide support, protection, assist in movement
    • Location: ribs, vertebral columns, skull, extremities

  21. Tissue type, Structure, Function, Location, appearance
    • Tissue Type: spongy bone
    • Stucture: epiphysis
    • Function: bone development
    • Location: epiphysis of long bone
    • Appearance: less dense with presence of trabeculae

  22. Tissue type, Structure, Function, Location
    • Tissue Type: Regular dense connective tissue
    • Structure: tendon
    • Function:  has great tensile strength that resists pulling forces
    • Location: tendon, ligament, aponeurosis

  23. Tissue type, Function, Location, appearance
    • Tissue Type: Fibrocartilage
    • Function: Fibrocartilage is always associated with DCT resist deformation under great stress, attaches bone to bone and provides restricted mobility
    • Location: intervertebral disks, the symphysis pubis, and certain bone-ligament junctions
    • Appearance: chondrocytes are densely packed, without perichondrium

  24. Tissue type, Structure, Function, Location, appearance
    • Tissue Type: spongy bone
    • Stucture: epiphysis
    • Function: bone development
    • Location: epiphysis of long bone
    • Appearance: less dense with presence of trabeculae

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