A Text - Book of Histology - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9781483227832, 9781483282572

A Text - Book of Histology

1st Edition

Descriptive and Practical. For the Use of Students

Authors: Arthur Clarkson
eBook ISBN: 9781483282572
Imprint: Butterworth-Heinemann
Published Date: 1st January 1896
Page Count: 580
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Description

A Text - Book of Histology: Descriptive and Practical provides information pertinent to the general methods of histology. This book systematically describes the structure of the tissue or organ.

Organized into 17 chapters, this book begins with an overview of the structure of the body as seen under the microscope. This text then discusses the general methods of staining reagents, clearing, mounting, and injection of blood vessels. Other chapters explain the different stages in karyokinesis, including network or resting stage, convolution, wreath, monaster, and dyaster. This book discusses as well the microscopical examination of amphibian and mammalian blood and examines the effects of reagents on human blood. The final chapter examines the human spinal cord stained with aniline.

This book is a valuable resource for students.

Table of Contents


Chapter I. General Methods

Examination of Tissues

Dissociating

Softening and Hardening Fluids and Methods

Embedding Media

Freezing, Cutting, Staining, Mounting

Chapter II. General Methods (Continued)

Staining, Clearing, and Mounting Fluids

Injection of Blood-Vessels

Histological Requisites

Chapter III. The Simple Tissues

The Animal Cell

Blood and Lymph

Examination of Specimens

Study of Circulation in Tongue or Foot of Frog

Chapter IV. The Simple Tissues (Continued)

Epithelium

Ordinary Connective Tissue

Examination of Specimens

Methods of Preparation

Chapter V. The Simple Tissues (Continued)

Adipose, Adenoid, and Mucous Tissues

Pigment Cells

Cartilage

Examination of Specimens

Methods of Preparation

Chapter VI. The Simple Tissues (Continued)

Bone

Examination of Specimens

Methods of Preparation

Chapter VII. The Simple Tissues (Continued)

Muscle and Nerve Tissues

Examination of Specimens

Methods of Preparation

Chapter VIII. The Vascular And Lymphatic Systems

The Heart

Blood-Vessels

Origin of Lymphatics

Lymphatic Vessels and Glands

Examination of Specimens

Methods of Preparation

Chapter IX. The Spleen And Ductless Glands

The Thymus

Tonsils

Hæmal Glands

Thyroid

Pituitary Body

Suprarenals

Examination of Specimens

Methods of Preparation

Chapter X. The Respiratory System

The Trachea, Bronchi, and Lungs

Examination of Specimens

Methods of Preparation

Chapter XI. The Alimentary Canal

The Tongue

The Teeth

The Salivary Glands

Examination of Specimens

Methods of Preparation

Chapter XII. The Alimentary Canal (Continued)

The Œsophagus

Stomach and Intestine

The Liver and Pancreas

Examination of Specimens

Methods of Preparation

Chapter XIII. The Kidney, Ureter, And Bladder

The Kidney

The Ureter

The Bladder

Examination of Specimens

Methods of Preparation

Chapter XIV. The Skin ; Epidermic Appendages ; And Terminations Of Sensory Nerves

The Skin

The Epidermic Appendages

Termination of Sensory Nerves in the Skin

Examination of Specimens

Methods of Preparation

Chapter XV. The Reproductive System

The Male Organs

The Female Organs

Examination of Specimens

Methods of Preparation

Chapter XVI. The Eye, Ear, And Olfactory Membrane

The Eye

The Ear

The Olfactory Membrane

Examination of Specimens

Methods of Preparation

Chapter XVII. The Central Nervous System

The Spinal Cord, Medulla, and Brain

Examination of Specimens

Methods of Preparation

General Index

Details

No. of pages:
580
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Butterworth-Heinemann 1996
Published:
Imprint:
Butterworth-Heinemann
eBook ISBN:
9781483282572

About the Author

Arthur Clarkson