Apr 2, I di Fiore's Atlas of I Histology with Functional Correlations EIGHTH EDITION Victor R Eroschenko, Ph.D. Professor of Anatomy Department of. No exact match for atlas of human histology / mariano s h di fiore. Programme, ed. by Aaron T. Wolf (illustrated HTML and PDF files at Oregon State); [Info]. DiFiore's Atlas of Histology With Functional Correlations - Ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online.
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diFiore's Atlas of Histology with Functional Correlations. Pages·· Color Atlas of Cytology, Histology, and Microscopic Anatomy - Bio Nica. di Fiore's Atlas of Histology, with Functional Correlations Get a printable copy ( PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to. diFiore's Atlas of Histology with Functional Correlations explains basic histology concepts through realistic, full-color composite and idealized illustrations of.
Histologic sections observed under a microscope appear flat. J-2 Fig. Cortex and Pyramid panoramic view Fig. Overall, the online material is a very useful supplement to the textbook, both for students and teachers. Superficial Region of the Gastric Mucosa Stomach: Lastly, a zoom function allows you to zoom into an area of interest.
However, following these instructions gets you nowhere.
I managed to find the material using an internet search engine. The instructions should direct you to: The material aimed at students is divided into two sections: Each figure from the text is available. You can also search for keywords, and the atlas will bring up any figures that are relevant. It is also possible to compare images side by side. Lastly, a zoom function allows you to zoom into an area of interest. The usefulness of this last feature is limited by the relatively low resolution of the images.
The collection of additional images approximately is useful. These are unlabelled and are designed to allow students to interpret unfamiliar images of tissues that they have studied. A very useful feature of the collection is that these images can be exported as jpg images unlike those in the interactive atlas , allowing the student to use them offline, or for presentations etc.
Like the student collection, these are unlabelled and can be exported for use offline. Overall, the online material is a very useful supplement to the textbook, both for students and teachers. In conclusion, I am very impressed with this publication, and would highly recommend it for any student with an interest in histology.
The online material also makes it very useful to teachers of the subject. I have been a long time fan of Wheater's atlas, and unlike an earlier edition of diFiore's atlas 7th edition that I have used, the 11th edition of diFiore's Atlas may win over my loyalty. Volume , Issue 3. Please check your email for instructions on resetting your password.
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Volume , Issue 3 September Pages Since publication of the seventh edition of this atlas, there have also been significant changes in the publisher, editor, and production staff, all of whom have become directly involved with me in the preparation of this text.
Their valuable assistance in this endeavor is hereby gratefully acknowledged. Moscow, Idaho Victor P. Eroschenko, Ph. J-J Simple Squamous Epithelium: Peritoneal Mesothelium transverse section Simple Columnar Epithelium: Stomach Simple Columnar Epithelium: Esophagus transverse section Pseudostratified Columnar Ciliated Epithelium: Respiratory Passages Fig.
J-7 Transitional Epithelium: Bladder contracted Section 2-Glandular Tissue Fig.
Salivary Gland Endocrine Gland: Pancreas Fig. J-2 Fig. J-3 Fig. J-4 Fig. J Fig. Intervertebral Disk Fig. Epiglottis Chapter 4 - Bone Fig. An Osteon transverse section Fig. Sternum transverse section, decalcified Fig. Developing Mandible transverse section, decalcified Endochondral Ossification: Developing Long Bone panoramic view, longitudinal section Endochondral Ossification: Zone of Ossification Formation of Bone: Secondary epiphyseal Ossification Centers decalcified, longitudinal section Formation of Bone: Development of Osteons Haversian Systems transverse section, decalcified Fig.
Smear Chapter 6 - Muscle Tissue Fig. Anterior Horn of the Spinal Cord Fig. Sciatic panoramic view, longitudinal section Fig. Sciatic longitudinal section Fig. Sciatic transverse section Fig. Branch of the Vagus transverse section Fig. Cervical Region transverse section Fig. Midthoracic Region transverse section Fig.
Cortex Cerebral Cortex: Section Perpendicular to the Cortical Surface Fig. Portal Vein transverse section Fig.
Aorta transverse section Heart: Left Atrium and Ventricle panoramic view, longitudinal section Heart: Purkinje Fibers Impulse-conducting fibers Heart: Reticular Fibers of the Stroma Fig. Proliferation of Lymphocytes Fig. Superficial Layers Fig.
Scalp Fig. Tongue and Salivary Glands Fig. Apex longitudinal section, panoramic view Tongue: Circumvallate Papilla cross section Tongue: Layers of the Crown Dried Tooth: Layers of the Root Developing Tooth panoramic view x Contents Fig.
Parotid Salivary Gland: Submandibular Salivary Gland: Sublingual Chapter 12 - Digestive System: Esophagus and Stomach Fig. Wall transverse section Fig.
Fundus and Body Regions transverse section Stomach: Mucosa of the Fundus and Body transverse section Stomach: Superficial Region of the Gastric Mucosa Stomach: Deep Region of the Mucosa Stomach: Small and Large Intestines Fig.
Duodenum longitudinal section Fig. Jejunum-Ileum transverse section Fig.
Ileum with Lymphatic Nodules peyers Patch transverse section Fig. J Small Intestine: Villi Fig. Colon and Mesentery panoramic view, transverse section Large Intestine: Colon Wall transverse section Appendix panoramic view, transverse section Rectum panoramic view, transverse section Anal Canal longitudinal section Fig.
J 0 Chapter 14 - Digestive System: