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What is this section? [3 part kidney model] #A

Renal medulla

What is this entire structure? [3 part kidney model] #7

Renal pyramid

What is this structure? [3 part kidney model] #6

Renal papilla (point/apex of pyramid)

What is this structure? [3 part kidney model] #20

Renal column (between pyramids)

What is this entire section? [3 part kidney model] #B

Renal cortex (above pyramids)

What is this structure? [3 part kidney model] #12

Renal corpuscle (round white spots)

What is this structure? [3 part kidney model] #11

Proximal convoluted tubule (exits corpuscle)

What is this entire structure? [3 part kidney model] #10

Loop of Henle (nephron loop)

In pyramid/renal medulla

What is this structure? [3 part kidney model] #9

Distal convoluted tubule (loop in cortex)

What is this structure? [3 part kidney model] #8

Collecting duct

What is this structure? [3 part kidney model] #19

Papillary duct (base of collecting duct)

What is this structure? [3 part kidney model] #5

Minor calyx

What is this structure? [3 part kidney model]

Major calyx (where the minor calyx join together)

What is this structure? [3 part kidney model] #4

Renal pelvis

Note

What is this structure? [3 part kidney model] #3

Ureter

What is this structure? [3 part kidney model] #2

Right Renal Artery

What is this structure? [3 part kidney model] #1

Right Renal Vein

What is this structure? [3 part kidney model] #13

Interlobar artery (arteries between the pyramids in medulla)

What is this structure? [3 part kidney model] #16

Arcuate artery [separates cortex from medulla (surrounds top of pyramids as it meets cortex)]

What is this structure? [3 part kidney model] #14

Interlobular artery (above pyramids in cortex)

What is this structure? [3 part kidney model]

Afferent arteriole (enters the glomerulus capsule from the interlobular artery)

What is this structure? [3 part kidney model] #15

Efferent arteriole (exits glomerular capsule & leads toward capillary beds)

What is this structure? [3 part kidney model] #16a

Vasa recta (straight vessels by loops of Henle)

What is this structure? [3 part kidney model] #18

Arcuate vein

What is this structure? [3 part kidney model] #17

Interlobar vein

What is this organ & layer? [Slide #80]

Kidney, Parietal layer of glomerular capsule

What is this organ? [Slide #80]

Kidney

What is this entire structure? [Slide #80]

Renal corpuscle

What is this inner structure? [Slide #80]

Glomerulus

What is this outer structure [the clear space surrounding the tuft of capillaries]? [Slide #80]

Glomerular capsule (Bowman's capsule)

What is this section of kidney ? [Slide #80]

Renal cortex [renal corpuscles are only found in the Renal Cortex]

What is this section of kidney? [Slide #80]

Renal medulla

What is this structure? [Slide #80]

Capsular space

What is this type of tubule? [Slide #80]

Proximal convoluted tubule [fuzzy edges surrounding lumen]

What is this type of tubule? [Slide #80]

Distal convoluted tubule

What is this organ? [Slide #81]

Ureter

What is this space? [Slide #81]

Lumen

What are these cells? [Slide #81]

Transitional eputhelium of ureter

What is this layer? [Slide #81]

Lamina propria

What two layers make up the mucosa of ureter?

Transitional epithelium + lamina propria

What is this layer of the muscularis externa of ureter? [Slide #81]

Longitudinal layer (closer to lamina propria)

What is this layer of muscularis externa of ureter? [Slide #81]

Circular layer of muscularis externa of ureter (outer layer)

What is this layer? [Slide #81]

Adventitia of ureter

Know all structures

Recognize and spell all

What is this structure? [Endocrine system plaque] #

Pituitary gland (hypophysis)

What is this structure? [Endocrine system plaque] #2

Anterior pituitary

What is this structure? [Endocrine system plaque] #3

Posterior pituitary

What is this structure? [Endocrine system plaque] #4

Infundibulum

What is this structure? [Endocrine system plaque] #5

Thyroid gland

What is this structure? [Endocrine system plaque] #8

Parathyroid gland (white pockets)

What is this structure? [Endocrine system plaque] #9

Adrenal gland

What is this structure? [Endocrine system plaque] #11

Adrenal cortex (yellow section)

What is this structure? [Endocrine system plaque] #12

Adrenal medulla

What is this entire structure? [Endocrine system plaque] #13

Pancreatic islet (entire structure)

What is this structure? [Endocrine system plaque] #16

Testis

What is this structure? [Endocrine system plaque] #20

Ovary

What is this structure? [Endocrine system plaque] #24

Corpus luteum

What is this structure? [Endocrine system plaque] #31

Pancreas

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #A & 2, 22

Ovum

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #24

Corona radiata

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #23

Zona pellucida

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #25

Spermatozoa (sperm)

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #B & 10

Fertilization (as sperm meets ovum)

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #12

Cleavage

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #C

Four cell embryo

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #D & 13

Morula

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #E

Blastula (blastocyst)

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #F

21 day embryo

What is this entire structure?

Inside of ovary

What gestation week is this? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #G

Five week embryo

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #29

Trophoblast

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #38

Chorion

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #27

Bilaminar embryonic disc

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #39

Chorionic villi

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #26

Amniotic cavity

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #31

Amnion

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #28 & 33

Yolk sac

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #30

Embryo

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #40

Developing umbilical cord

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #32 & 46

Developing heart

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #41

Forebrain

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #44

Eye

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #

Developing outer ear

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #49

Tail

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #50

Digital rays

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #51

Toe rays

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #15

Implantation of blastocyst

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #16

Body of uterus

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #17

Fundus of uterus

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #18

Myometrium of uterus

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #19

Cervix

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #20

Endometrium

What is this entire structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #1

Ovary

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #3

Oocyte in primary follicle

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #4

Mature follicle (Graafian, tertiary)

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #5

Ovulation

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #8

Oocyte at ovulation

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #6

Corpus luteum

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #7

Corpus albicans

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #9

Fimbriae of uterine tube

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #11

Uterine tube (fallopian tube, oviduct)

What is this structure? [Cell to Embryo plaque] #21

Vagina

What is this structure? [Ovary model] #9, 10

Primary oocyte in primordial follicle

What is this structure? [Ovary model] #11, 13

Oocyte in primary follicle

What is this structure? [Ovary model] #16

Mature ovarian follicle (Graafian, tertiary)

What is this structure? [Ovary model] #21

Corpus hemmorhagicum

What is this structure? [Ovary model] #16

Ovulation of ovum

What is this structure? [Ovary model] #22

Corpus luteum

What is this structure? [Ovary model] #23

Corpus albicans

What is this structure? [Ovary model] #5

Cortex of ovary

What is this structure? [Ovary model] #6

Medulla of ovary

What is this structure? [Ovary model] #12

Atretic follicle

What is this structure? [Ovary model] #14

Antrum

What is this structure? [Ovary model] #13

Follicular cells

What is this structure? [Slide 75]

Pancreatic islet

What is this organ? Slide 75

Pancreas

What is this structure? [Slide 75]

Pancreatic acini

What is this entire structure? [Slide 75]

Lobule

What is this structure? [Slide 75]

Septa

What is this structure? [Slide 88]

Posterior pituitary

What is this organ? Slide 88

Pituitary gland

What is this structure? [Slide 88]

Anterior pituitary

Name the entire "bubble"? [Slide 86]

Follicle

What is this organ? (Slide 86)

Thyroid gland

What is this structure (center of bubble)? [Slide 86]

Colloid

What is this structure "wall of bubble"? [Slide 86]

Follicular cells

What is this structure "between bubbles "? [Slide 86]

Parafollicular cells

What is this structure? [Slide 87]

Adrenal cortex [outer]

What is this structure? [Slide 87]

Adrenal cortex (lighter, inside section)

What is this organ? Slide 87

Adrenal gland

What is this organ? Slide 94

Ovary

What is this structure? [Slide 94]

Antrum

What is this structure? [Slide 94]

Primary oocyte

What is this stage?

1 month embryo

What is this structure (region of endometrial layer)? [Pregnancy series models] - same on all 8, be able to identify on any of them

Decidua basalis

What is this structure? [Pregnancy series models] - same on all 8, be able to identify on any of them #14

Decidua parietalis


- any section of endometrium that is not directly attached to the placenta

What is this structure? [Pregnancy series models] - same on all 8, be able to identify on any of them #12

Amnion

What is this structure? [Pregnancy series models] - same on all 8, be able to identify on any of them #13

Uterine cavity - can only see in early stages before embryo and amnion fill thr entire uterus

What is this structure? [Pregnancy series models] - same on all 8, be able to identify on any of them #1

Vagina

What is this structure? [Pregnancy series models] - same on all 8, be able to identify on any of them #2

Cervix

What is this structure? [Pregnancy series models] - same on all 8, be able to identify on any of them #3

Uterine duct (Fallopian tube)

What is this structure? [Pregnancy series models] - same on all 8, be able to identify on any of them #4

Fimbriae

What is this structure? [Pregnancy series models] - same on all 8, be able to identify on any of them #5

Ovary

What is this structure? [Pregnancy series models] - same on all 8, be able to identify on any of them #6

Broad ligament of uterus (outside)

What is this structure? [Pregnancy series models] - same on all 8, be able to identify on any of them #7

Uterus

What is this structure? [Pregnancy series models] - same on all 8, be able to identify on any of them #8

What is this structure? [Pregnancy series models] - same on all 8, be able to identify on any of them #9

Umbilical cord

What is this structure? [Pregnancy series models] - same on all 8, be able to identify on any of them #10

Embryo (fetus)

What is this structure? [Pregnancy series models] - same on all 8, be able to identify on any of them #15

Round ligament of uterus (posterior)

Multistix Test for Urine:


Found: Blood


Name normal range. what does this indication IF present in the sample?

Zero blood should be present in a urine sample; this is an indication of disease; possible false-positive during female menses

Multistix Test for Urine: Result: pH 4Name normal range for urine pH. what does this indicate about the sample?

Normal pH range for urine is 4-8, typically about 6.


A pH of 4 indicates the recent meals were probably high in protein

Multistix Test for Urine: Found: protein Name normal range. what does this indicate when present in the sample?

Protein in sample, called proteinuria, is only normal is 5% of the population. It's abnormal presence is associated with conditions like renal disease, pregnancy or hypertension.

Multistix Test for Urine: Found: yeastName normal range. what does this indication IF present in the sample?

Yeast is not normally found in urine. Presence may indicate an infection.

What is this organ? Slide 99

Epididymus

What is this cell type? Slide 99

Pseudostratified columnar epithelium of epididymus

What is this structure? Slide 99

Stereocilia of epididymus

What is this? Slide 98


What is this? Slide 98

Testis meiosis spermatogenesis

What is this tool? What does it do?

Urinometer


Measures specific gravity

What do these measure?

MultiStix measure contents in urine samples

What is this organ? Slide 98

Testis

What is this structure? Slide 98

Sperm

What is this structure? Slide 98


Spermatagonia of testis

What is this section of structures? Slide 98

Primary & secondary spermatocytes

What is this structure? Slide 98

Sustenacular (nurse sertoli) Cells

What is this structure? Slide 98

Interstitial cell (of Leydig)

What is this structure? Slide 98

Blood vessel

What is this structure? Slide 98

Seminiferous tubule

What is this entire section? Slide 97

Myometrium of uterus, progravid phase

What is this structure? Slide 97

Uterine gland

What is this section of the myometrium? Slide 97

Endometrium

What is this structure? Slide 96

Lamina propria

What is this cell type? Slide 96

Simple columnar epithelium of uterine (endometrial) gland

What is this organ? Slide 95

Ovary

What is this entire structure? Slide 96

Secondary follicle

What is this structure? Slide 96

Antrum

What is this inner layer of cells ? Slide 96

Granulosa cells

What is this outer layer of cells? Slide 96

Theca cells

What is this structure? Slide 96

Oocyte

What is this structure? Slide 96

Primordial follicles

What are these cell? Slide 96

Follicular cells

What is this follicle type? Slide 96

Early secondary follicle

What is this structure? Slide 96

Atretic follicle

Primary follicle

What is this structure? Slide 96

Thin blue grey layer is Zona pellucida

What is this structure? Slide 96

Corona radiata (1st layer of cells surrounding zona pellucida)

What is this structure? Slide 96

Cumulus oophorus (cells surrounding corona radiata)

What is this structure? Slide 96

Corpus luteum (big as a mature ovum but is all filled in with pink cells)