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Resorcin-fuchsin

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  • stains the elastic fibers purplish tint
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Leukocytes

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~ 10.000/µl

~ 6% of blood

Types:

  1. Granulocytes
    1. Neutrophils
    2. Eosinophils
    3. Basophils
  2. Agranular leukocytes
    1. Monocytes
    2. Lymphocytes (active/inactive)

- Hematopoesis in red bone marrow

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Hematoxylin-eosin (HE or H&E)

  • most common
  • Hematoxylin stains cell nucleus a nd RNA-rich portions of the cytoplasm blue.
  • Eosin stains the cytoplasm of cells and collagen pink.
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Vital staining

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  • applied in vivo to the experimental animals.
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Osmic acid

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  • stains the lipid component of myelin sheaths.
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May-Grühnwald-Giemsa

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  • used for Blood smear
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Silver-staining

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  • commonly used to stain
    intercellular space of epithelial
    tissue and reticular fibers.
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PAS-staining

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  • (= Periodic-acid-Schiff reaction)
  • selectively colors glycogen as well as muco- and glycoproteins and some of glucosaminoglycans in purplish tint.
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Function of corpus luteum

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Your corpus luteum produces the hormone progesterone that makes your uterus a healthy environment for a developing fetus. A new corpus luteum forms each time you ovulate and breaks down once you no longer need it to make progesterone. 

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Bone marrow (types and short description)

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Red bone marrow - Red in color because of the hemoglobin in red blood cells (erythrocytes). Comprised of hematopoietic cells in various stages of development, supportive reticular connective tissue, and sinusoidal capillaries that supply cells with nutrients. Hematopoietic stem cells give rise to red blood cells (erythrocytes), white blood cells (leukocytes), and platelets (thrombocytes). Bone marrow is highly cellular. This makes identification of developing blood cells very difficult. The exception is the large megakaryocytes.

 

Yellow bone marrow - contains a high proportion of adipocytes

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Orcein

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stains the elastic fibers brown

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HE

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Hematoxylin-eosin (HE or H&E)

  • most common
  • Hematoxylin stains cell nucleus a nd RNA-rich portions of the cytoplasm blue.
  • Eosin stains the cytoplasm of cells and collagen pink.
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Resorcin-fuchsin

A:
  • stains the elastic fibers purplish tint
Q:

Leukocytes

A:

~ 10.000/µl

~ 6% of blood

Types:

  1. Granulocytes
    1. Neutrophils
    2. Eosinophils
    3. Basophils
  2. Agranular leukocytes
    1. Monocytes
    2. Lymphocytes (active/inactive)

- Hematopoesis in red bone marrow

Q:

HE

A:

Hematoxylin-eosin (HE or H&E)

  • most common
  • Hematoxylin stains cell nucleus a nd RNA-rich portions of the cytoplasm blue.
  • Eosin stains the cytoplasm of cells and collagen pink.
Q:

Vital staining

A:
  • applied in vivo to the experimental animals.
Q:

Osmic acid

A:
  • stains the lipid component of myelin sheaths.
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May-Grühnwald-Giemsa

A:
  • used for Blood smear
Q:

Silver-staining

A:
  • commonly used to stain
    intercellular space of epithelial
    tissue and reticular fibers.
Q:

PAS-staining

A:
  • (= Periodic-acid-Schiff reaction)
  • selectively colors glycogen as well as muco- and glycoproteins and some of glucosaminoglycans in purplish tint.
Q:

Function of corpus luteum

A:

Your corpus luteum produces the hormone progesterone that makes your uterus a healthy environment for a developing fetus. A new corpus luteum forms each time you ovulate and breaks down once you no longer need it to make progesterone. 

Q:

Bone marrow (types and short description)

A:

Red bone marrow - Red in color because of the hemoglobin in red blood cells (erythrocytes). Comprised of hematopoietic cells in various stages of development, supportive reticular connective tissue, and sinusoidal capillaries that supply cells with nutrients. Hematopoietic stem cells give rise to red blood cells (erythrocytes), white blood cells (leukocytes), and platelets (thrombocytes). Bone marrow is highly cellular. This makes identification of developing blood cells very difficult. The exception is the large megakaryocytes.

 

Yellow bone marrow - contains a high proportion of adipocytes

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Orcein

A:

stains the elastic fibers brown

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HE

A:

Hematoxylin-eosin (HE or H&E)

  • most common
  • Hematoxylin stains cell nucleus a nd RNA-rich portions of the cytoplasm blue.
  • Eosin stains the cytoplasm of cells and collagen pink.
Histology (SZTE)

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Eine der Histology (SZTE) Zusammenfassungen auf StudySmarter | University of Szeged

When you study don´t study just by looking at how the slide is shaped and how the cut might look.

Be aware that the professors have different sets of slides that might look totally different and you must be able to recognize those by "histological landmarks"  also be aware that these are near to perfect cuts. In a more "realistic/pathological" situation they might/will deviate to a certain degree.


Since I received a request to do more with the subfolders: DONT USE THE SUBFOLDERS! Everything is "dumped" into the main folder because it would have overcomplicated things with the subfolder. I realised this quite late so thats why they are still here but I cant delete them.

Anyways use the "Tags" in the filter instead if you want to look at something specific. I might add "MTO#" or "Sem#" tags but they reask a lot of things later so I am not sure if thats worth it and I instead use my (quite limited) time to add more quality slides for you. ;)


Good luck!


If you see an mistakes or have any requests send me an email: 

andre.b.bandi@gmail.com

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