*Stellate reticulum like cells prominent enclosed by columnar or cuboidal cells 19. Plexiform ameloblastoma Ameloblast like cells arranged in irregular masses. Networks of interconnectingstrands of cells. Each strands bounded by layer of columnar cells. In b/w thesepresent stellate reticulumlike tissues less prominent compared to follicular. Upcoming SlideShare. Loading in connective tissue stroma epithelial nests consist of a core of loosely arranged angular cells resembling the stellate reticulum of an enamel organ A single layer of tall columnar ameloblast-like cells surrounds this central core. The nuclei of these cells are located at the opposite pole to the basement. The stellate reticulum 1-Acts as a buffer against physical forces that may cause distortion of the ADJ. 2-It seems to permit only a limited flow of nutritional elements from the outlying blood vessels to the formative cells, so it acts as a store house for the nutritive materials. 3-It keeps room for the developing enamel and supports its. Early bell stage •The stellate reticulum: * The star shaped cells of the st. reticulum are connected to each other, to the cells of the O.E.E. & to the st. interm. by desmosomes * The glucosaminoglycans are hydrophilic & attract water into the center of the enamel organ to keep space for the developing enamel. 22 upcoming slideshare. - cystic degeneration white-connetive tissue capsule pink- follicle with stellate reticulum yellow-dental follicle with stellate reticulum into the connective tissue white-connetive tissue capsule pink-epithelium with loosely arranged odontogenic cells pink- dental follicle with stellate reticulum blue-follicle with.
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, training dentists in all aspects of dentistry and offering a wide range of dental cer The stellate reticulum combines IEE and OEE to advance to the next stage of development. During the bell stage, an extra layer of epithelium and stratum intermedium is added to the development of the tooth. Stratum intermedium contains coatings of flattened squamous cells that are held in the IEE and stellate reticulum They have, been described as originating through breakdown of the stellate reticulum of the enamel organs of developing teeth, but most of them probably are results of degenerative changes in reduced enamel epithelium. So-called eruption cysts, which occur especially on the distal of third molars, are dentigerous cysts that have developed at a. Definition of Primordial Cyst: A Odontogenic cyst developing from the stellate reticulum which is formed in place of a tooth. Etiology: Develops through liquefaction and cystic degeneration of stellate reticulum of enamel organ before any calcified enamel or dentine is formed. Usually it may develop from a normal tooth germ, which may be clinically missing [&helli Basic Science Semina
• Theabsence of a stellate reticulum and a stratum intermedium (it consists of inn-er and outer enamel epithelium only) Remember: The structure responsible for root development is thecervical loop,which is the most cervical portion of the enamel organ. Hertwig's epithelial root sheath is characterized by
stellate reticulum) and weak or no staining reaction of cytokeratin in the inner enamel epithelium (fig.6). Cervical loop Immunoreactivity for CK14 was observed among the progenitor cells of the cervical loop especially 5. within the outer and inner enamel epithelium (fig.7 Indian Dental Academy: will be one of the most relevant and exciting training center with best faculty and flexible training programs for dental prof
stratum intermedium and stellate reticulum) proliferate and give rise to a double-layered, tube-like sleeve of epithelial cells, known as the Hertwig's epithelial root sheath . The development of the periodontium, including cementum, periodontal ligament and alveolar ~ 22 Stellate reticulum 29. Dental papilla 30. Dental sac (dental follicle) 30 Bell stage 31. Inner enamel epithelium 32. Stratum intermedium 32. Stellate reticulum 33. Outer enamel epithelium 33. Dental lamina 33. Dental papilla 33. Dental sac 35. Advanced bell stage 35 Hertwig's epithelial root sheath and. root formation 35. Histophysiology 37. When the cyst is multilocular and located at the molar ramus area, it may be confused to ameloblastoma. The enamel organ is composed of the outer enamel epithelium, inner enamel epithelium, stellate reticulum and stratum intermedium. Evaluations by the students are excellent. The periodontal ligament space varies along the length of the roots
The enamel organ is composed of inner and outer enamel epithelium, stratum intermedium and stellate reticulum. During the stages of odontogenesis, many physiological processes occur. These physiological processes include initiation, proliferation, differentiation, maturation and morphogenesis. Many of these processes overlap and are continuous. ToothDevelopment_Txt - Free download as Powerpoint Presentation (.ppt), PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or view presentation slides online. toot Ameloblastic fibroma is a mixed odontogenic tumor composed of only soft tissues. It is generally seen in teenagers and only rarely after the age of 30 years. It is a well-circumscribed radiolucent tumor that has a predilection for the posterior jaws and malpositioned teeth. Treatment is enucleation and curettage
Lunt and Law concluded after reviewing the work of Kraus and Jordan and of Nomata that Table 9-1 should be modified. 4, 5 The sequence of calcification of the primary teeth should be changed to central incisor, first molar, lateral incisor, canine, and second molar. They determined that the times of initial calcification of the primary teeth are 2 to 6 weeks earlier than those given in Table 9-1 dental lamina slideshare. PERIODONTAL DISEASE The crest of the alveolar bone is continuous with lamina dura of adjacent tooth and forms sharp angle with it Height of the alveolar crest lie at the level approximately 1to1.5mm below the level of the CE junction of the adjacent teeth Between the anterior teeth, the alveolar ridge is usually. Dentigerous cyst is the second most common odontogenic cyst. This develops within the normal dental follicle that surrounds an unerupted tooth, or from degeneration of the stellate reticulum, or an accumulation of fluid between the layers of the reduced enamel epithelium. The lining typically consists of flattened stratified epithelium
Inner enamel epithelium. Outer enamel epithelium. Stratum intermedium. Stellate reticulum. Together, these cell groups work to develop the enamel layer of the tooth. During the second event in this stage, the enamel epithelium folds into the future shape of the tooth crown, and the dental lamina starts to break down. 4 The FASEB Journal, FASEB's flagship publication, is highly cited and consistently ranked among the top biology journals globally. It features transdisciplinary original research covering all fields of biology at every level of organization: atomic, molecular, cell, tissue, organ, organismic, and population Tooth development is the complex process by which teeth form from embryonic cells, grow, and erupt into the mouth. Although many diverse species have teeth, non-human tooth development is largely the same as in humans. For human teeth to have a healthy oral environment, enamel, dentin, cementum, and the periodontium must all develop during appropriate stages of fetal development No peripheral palisading or stellate reticulum Odontogenic fibroma . Rare tumor, and poorly described in literature Loose to dense collagenous stroma with small, rounded or elongated islands of bland odontogenic epithelial islands Islands not elongated, interconnected or arborizing Minimal clear cell chang Liver histology. Author: Adrian Rad BSc (Hons) • Reviewer: Uruj Zehra MBBS, MPhil, PhD Last reviewed: June 17, 2021 Reading time: 14 minutes The liver is the largest internal organ of the human body, weighing approximately 1.5 kg. Embryologically it develops from the foregut and it spans the upper right and part of left abdominal quadrants. . Anatomically the liver consists of four lobes.
. Stellate reticulum B. Dental papilla C. Enamel organ D. Dental sac # Dental lamina is active up to :. 1 year B. 2 years C. 4 years D. 5 years # Dental papilla gives rise to:. Pulp only B. Pulp and dentin C. Pulp and periodontal ligament D.ll of the above # Ectodermal cells in tooth bud are responsible for :. Dr Gihan AlHusseini Gawish f 2- Transferrin 1. It is the major component of β Globulins. 2. It makes up 3% of +total3 plasma proteins 3. The main function to transport Fe ion to tissue where it is required +2 like bone marrow 4. Transferrin may also transport+2 Cu & Zn 5. Also, regulates the concentration of free iron in plasma 6 Cirrhosis is an advanced stage of liver fibrosis characterized by. Distortion of hepatic architecture associated with vascularized fibrotic septa surrounding islands of regenerating hepatocyte nodules. Development of intrahepatic porto-hepatic and arterio-venous shunts within the fibrotic septa Anatomy and histology of the liver. The liver lobules are the structural and functional units of the liver. The lobule is surrounded by 6 portal tracts and centered on the centrolobular vein, which is a terminal twig of the hepatic vein. The portal vein ramifications in the portal tracts give off a series of branches between adjacent portal.
. The stomodeum is now lined by oral epithelium, with the deeper ectomesenchyme influenced by neural crest cells. A similar situation is occurring in the maxillary arch Unicystic ameloblastoma refers to those cystic lesions that show clinical, radiographic or gross features of a jaw cyst but on histologic examination show a typical ameloblastomatous epithelium lining the cyst cavity, with or without luminal and/or mural tumor proliferation unicystic ameloblastoma is a less encountered variant of the ameloblastoma and believed to be less aggressive
Anatomy and Embryology of the Optic Nerve Cristiano Oliveira Christopher A. Girkin Russell W. Read Supported in part by unrestricted departmental grants from Research to Prevent Blindness, Inc., New York, NY, USA, and the Eyesight Foundation of Alabama, Birmingham, AL, USA. Drs. Girkin and Read are both recipients of Physician-Scientist Awards from Research to Preven Dr. Anna E. Ross's Histology Course. Anna E. Ross, Ph.D. Professor Emerita of Biology. Christian Brothers University, 650 East Parkway South, Memphis, TN 38104. 2019 is the last offering of Histology taught by Dr. Ross. Dr. Ross retired from CBU in May 2019. This page is no longer being updated. Former Office: AH 111 (901) 321-3436 Ameloblastoma is a benign odontogenic neoplasm which frequently affects the mandible. The term ameloblastoma includes several clinicoradiological and histological types. Apart from the most commonly encountered clinicopathologic models, there are few variants, whose biological profile is unknown or not elicited. Among these types, unicystic ameloblastoma is the least encountered variant of the.
Saliva is a fluid secreted by the salivary glands that keeps the oral cavity moist and also coats the teeth along with mucosa. The salivary gland possesses tubuloacinar units, and these are merocrine. The functional unit of the salivary glands is the terminal secretory piece called acini with a roughly spherical or tubular shape. It also consists of branched ducts for the passage of the saliva. Injury to hepatocyte and bile duct cells lead to accumulation of bile acid inside the liver. This promotes further liver damage. Non-parenchymal cells such as Kupffer cells, fat storing stellate cells, and leukocytes (i.e. neutrophil and monocyte) also have a role in the mechanism . Drug-related hepatotoxicity cannot be viewed as a single. At the same time, polygonal cells between outer and inner enamel epithelia begin to separate and form the delicate cellular network known as the stellate reticulum (SR), the spaces of which are filled with a mucoid fluid. Histologically, this material resembles Wharton jelly
Vascular Endothelium Is Well-Situated to Regulate Metabolic Homeostasis. Blood vessels are broadly divided into 2 categories, macrovasculature and microvasculature. 1 The macrovasculature is composed of large vessels, such as arteries and veins, and is responsible for carrying blood toward or away from organs. The microvasculature—small arterioles, capillaries, and venules—primarily. This article covers odontogenic tumours and cysts, which is a subset of oral pathology and can be grouped under the heading of head and neck pathology.. The general topic of head and neck pathology is covered in the head and neck pathology and head and neck cytopathology articles.. The vast majority of oral malignancies are squamous cell carcinoma.Common odontogenic cysts are dentigerous cysts. 59 Houglum, K, Venkataramani, A, Lyche, K, et al. (1997) A pilot study of the effects of d-alpha-tocopherol on hepatic stellate cell activation in chronic hepatitis C. Gastroenterology 113, 1069 - 1073.CrossRef Google Scholar PubMe Dixon, S. J. et al. Pharmacological inhibition of cystine-glutamate exchange induces endoplasmic reticulum stress and ferroptosis. eLife 3 , e02523 (2014). Article Google Schola
Enterohepatic recycling occurs by biliary excretion and intestinal reabsorption of a solute, sometimes with hepatic conjugation and intestinal deconjugation. Cycling is often associated with multiple peaks and a longer apparent half-life in a plasma concentration-time profile. Factors affecting biliary excretion include drug characteristics (chemical structure, polarity and molecular size. The pancreas is an organ of the digestive system and endocrine system of vertebrates.In humans, it is located in the abdomen behind the stomach and functions as a gland.The pancreas is a mixed or heterocrine gland, i.e. it has both an endocrine and a digestive exocrine function. 99% part of pancreas is exocrine and 1% part is endocrine. As an endocrine gland, it functions mostly to regulate. Summary. Regulation of the circulatory system to maintain a constant arterial pressure is critical in ensuring adequate perfusion to meet metabolic requirements of tissues. Blood pressure (BP) can be considered in the context of Ohm's law, whereby BP (analogous to voltage) is directly proportional to the product of cardiac output (current. Peripheral to the internal dental epithelium lie the stratum intermedium, stellate reticulum, and external dental epithelium, the last closely associated with the many blood vessels in the dental follicle. A basement membrane is also present between the external dental epithelium and the dental follicle
Cataract in diabetic patients is a major cause of blindness in developed and developing countries. The pathogenesis of diabetic cataract development is still not fully understood. Recent basic research studies have emphasized the role of the polyol pathway in the initiation of the disease process. Population-based studies have greatly increased our knowledge concerning the association between. Textbook of Dental & Oral Histology with Embryology & MCQs - 2nd ed. (2010).pd
[until a neuroscientist answers] it depends. the cortex has many different neuron types. and it has both big and small neurons of the same neuron type. so i think average loses too much info; the distribution is very important. e.g. pyramida.. The Liver. The human liver is both the largest internal organ (the skin being the largest organ overall) and the largest gland in the human body. It is a soft, pinkish-brown, triangular organ normally weighing 1.44-1.66 kg (3.2-3.7 lb). The liver has a wide range of functions including detoxification, protein synthesis, and the production. The cervical loop stem cell niche of incisors was first identified when label-retaining cells were found to be localized inside the stellate reticulum (Smith, 1980; Harada et al., 1999) and more recently by using in vivo genetic lineage tracing (Seidel et al., 2010; Juuri et al., 2012). This work also shows that the progeny of the stem cells.
the aquaporin family of water channels consists of 10 proteins cloned from mammals and many more from amphibians, plants, yeast, bacteria, and various lower organisms. There has been considerable interest in the biology of aquaporins (AQPs) with more than 500 studies published over the past 5 years on aquaporin cloning, genetics, tissue localization, developmental and regulated expression. Veterinary Histology is a microscopic anatomy textbook focused on domestic species, including the dog, cat, cattle, horses, swine, and camelids. This digital textbook provides comprehensive, system-specific text as well as high-resolution, annotated images along with chapter-specific glossary of terms and learning objectives There are broadly three types of cells in the pancreas as. Acinar cells. Islets of Langerhans. Pancreatic stellate cells. Pancreatic cells. Acinar cells: These cells have an exocrine function and arranged as lobules. They synthesize the digestive enzymes and secrete them into the intestine through the pancreatic duct Nutritional blindness is a term used to describe xerophthalmia (from the Greek xeros, dry, and ophthalmia, inflamed eye) and keratomalacia, or corneal necrosis, caused by vitamin A deficiency. According to estimates of the World Health Organization (WHO), nutritional blindness remains the leading single cause of blindness among children.
Abnormal X-Ray of the Mandible & Loose Tooth & Temporomandibular Joint Dislocation Symptom Checker: Possible causes include Periodontitis. Check the full list of possible causes and conditions now! Talk to our Chatbot to narrow down your search Circulating fine PM may then accumulate in hepatic Kupffer cells and trigger inflammation and hepatic stellate cell collagen synthesis (Tan et al., 2009). Zheng et al. (2013) demonstrated that 10 weeks of PM 2.5 exposure (74.6 µg/m 3 ) caused a nonalcoholic steatohepatitis-like phenotype and reduced hepatic glycogen storage in mice Fundus autofluorescence (FAF) is a non-invasive retinal imaging modality used in clinical practice to provide a density map of lipofuscin, the predominant ocular fluorophore, in the retinal pigment epithelium. Multiple commercially available imaging systems, including the fundus camera, the confocal scanning laser ophthalmoscope, and the ultra-widefield imaging device, are available to the. Translocation 15. These results suggest that nuclear translocation of p75 ICD may represent a novel neurotrophin-mediated signaling pathway. (jneurosci.org)Additionally, increases in glucose concentration over a physiological range (2.5-20 mmol/l) resulted in nuclear to cytoplasmic translocation of Foxo1.diabetesjournals.or Adipose tissue is a specialized connective tissue consisting of lipid-rich cells called adipocytes. As it comprises about 20-25% of total body weight in healthy individuals, the main function of adipose tissue is to store energy in the form of lipids (fat). Based on its location, fat tissue is divided into parietal (under the skin) and visceral. Stack of membranes in the cell that modifies, sorts, and packages proteins from the endoplasmic reticulum. Lysosome. Cell organelle filled with enzymes needed to break down certain certain materials in the cell. Vacuole. Cell organelle that stores materials such as water, salts, proteins and carbohydrates.