This book of discipline “histology, cytology, embryology” has been written to comply with the curriculum for the students of first and second years of education and must have to training for finally exam. This book contains main chapters of histology, cytology and embryology, outlines the principal characteristics of each tissues and system of organs and main schemes and illustration.
This “short course of histology, cytology and embryology” was dedicate to the essential medical science of histology, cytology and embryology, which in medical education is a connecting link between the theoretical fields of biology, anatomy, biochemistry, biophysics, physiology and clinical application. A thorough knowledge of histology, cytology and embryology enables a doctor of any specialty to take successfully full advantage of its potential for medical practice. The book deals with the main themes of modern histology, cytology and embryology, outlining the main characteristics of each group of tissues and systems of organs. In its information author have set themselves the task of teaching future doctors the basic sciences of histology and embryology.
The book contains tests from base for exam “Krok-1” from 2005 to 2018 years.
The textbook has been written to comply with curriculum in histology, cytology and embryology for the medical faculties of a broad range of institutions of higher education of the 3th and 4th levels of accreditation. Some material from standard works of reference has been use.
The author invites constructive comments, which will be incorporate in a future edition.
CYTOPLASM OF CELL
NUCLEUS OF CELL. CELL DIVISION
3. GENERAL HISTOLOGY. TISSUES
EPITHELIAL TISSUE (EPITHELIUM)
2. PROPER AND SPECIALIZED CONNECTIVE TISSUE
4. SPECIAL HISTOLOGY
ORGANS OF HEMATOPOIESIS AND IMMUNE SYSTEM
SKIN AND ITS APPENDAGES (Integument)
1. ORAL CAVITY and TEETH
2. DIGESTIVE TRACT
3. DIGESTIVE GLANDS
MALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM
1. PERIPHERAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
2. CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM SENSORY SYSTEM
2. OLFACTORY EPITHELIUM
3. EAR (vestibulocochlear apparatus)
4. TASTE BUDS REFERENCES