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Identify the structures...
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hmmmmm..... prostate?
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hmmmmm..... prostate?
Look closely..I am sure You will identify it..
I will wait for sometime before giving the answers..
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Some More slides..

there is vacuolization in the second image, I can't seem to find out what it could be .. lets wait for what others have to say.
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is it intestinal mucosa w/ vacuolization?
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is it ileum????
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i cannot open second and third slides

but if just from the first one, i would say it is ileum because i see payer's pouch. please correct me if i am wrong. thank you.
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the first slide is duodenum and the others are ilium??
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Ileum, I think you can see peyer's patches.
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Ileum, I think you can see peyer's patches.

Yes, I think you're right!
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Identify the structures...
FIGURE #1..
Curved arrow..intestinal villi
Straight Arrow..These are Brunner's gland
Arrow Head...showing Peyers' patches..
REMEMBER THAT THE ONLY WAY TO DISTINGUISH BETWEEN DUODENUM AND ILEUM IS THE PRESENCE OF BRUNNERS GLAND IN THE DUODENUM.
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FIGURE #2..
This is Ileum..Arroe is showing peyers patches..while the Arrow head is showing lacteals..


FIGURE #3..
This is Large intestine with Crypts but no villi and many Light Staining GOBLET cells interspersed among enterocytes.
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