Digestive, respiratory, and urogenital systems

Digestive, respiratory, and urogenital systems will be tested orally using a microscope. Each student will receive one slide from the list below. When testing with a light microscope equipped with a discussion device for two observers, focus will be placed on the structures we discussed in the practical classes. The student must recognize the slide and demonstrate theoretical knowledge of structure and development of organs of digestive, respiratory, urinary, and reproductive systems.

27. epiglottis
28. larynx
29. trachea (H&E)
30. trachea (mucicarmin)
31. lung
32. gl. parotis
33. gl. submandibularis
34. gl. sublingualis
35. tooth
36. pancreas
37. liver
38. gallbladder
39. lip
40. tongue – apex and dorsum
41. tongue – root (papilla vallata)
42. soft palate
43. esophagus (H&E)
44. esophagus (Weigert van Gieson)
45. stomach – fundus (H&E or blue trichrome)
46. stomach – fundus (PAS)
47. stomach – pylorus
48. duodenum
49. jejunum
50. large intestine (H&E)
51. large intestine (PAS)
52. appendix
53. anus
54. kidney (PAS)
55. kidney (H&E)
56. ureter
57. urinary bladder
58. testis
59. epididymis
60. spermatic cord (ductus deferens)
61. seminal vesicle
62. prostate
63. penis, urethra
64. ovary (rabbit)
65. ovary (human)
66. ovary - corpus luteum
67. uterine tube
68. ampulla tubae uterinae
69. uterus – proliferative phase
70. uterus – secretory phase
71. uterine cervix
72. vagina
97. nasal cavity
101. placenta
103. ileum
104. small intestine (PAS)
105. tooth development – cap stage
106. tooth development – bell stage
107. testis and epididymis
109. fetus-body - lung, liver, gut, kidney, testis
110. fetus-head - face, oral and nasal cavity

Created: 23. 9. 2021 / Modified: 28. 9. 2021 / Responsible person: MUDr. Azzat Al-Redouan