Is histology high yield and histopathology high yield same thing?? Please tell which book to read for histology in high yield. The shopkeeper says histology in high yield comes only in shape of histopathology!!!
Most of the picture/slide question has a way of answering WITHOUT looking at the picture. The picture is their just to confirm your answer. With that in mind, some common slides to know are:
01- CMV (a must!!!)
04- Red neurons
05- Granulation tissue
Hey guys can someone explain these to me. It seems like such an easy concept I keep reading it over and over and seem to mix up what GERD and Barrett's falls under!
I know metaplasia is a replacement of one cell type to another.
Dysplasia- is abnormal cells lacking differentiation (copying from...
My exam in two weeks
how to get improved in cell biology and histology, I keep scoring low in my NBMEs :notsure:
I am looking for something to do a quick review and improve !
already done FA 4+
finished UW once + repeated incorrects
Any advice would be greatly appreciated...
I don't know what to do with histology. I am really confused. I am using Kaplan notes & videos, but I can understand most of the info I read. I extract important info from FA, do you think this is enough for histology?
She came in with complains of difficult swallowing, fatigue, abdominal discomfort, weight loss, and pale skin seen during PE. Biopsy was done, and in histochemical staining cells was positive for CD 117, vimentin , and CD 34. Whats the MOST possible origin of these cells?
I haven't read ANY of histology from my Kaplan book. I heard that whatever is seen in pathology is pretty much enough. Is this true or should I be going through histology for my exam?
Maybe certain specific chapters from kaplan? Or are knowing UW histo questions pretty much enough including...
A 23 yr old woman has skin blistering that result from point mutatoin in a gene. Epidermal cell in this patient become frgaile and rupture. which of following is the most likely effect of gene mutation?
A Defective transport of vesicle from centrome to cell membrane
B Disrupted assembly of...
A 25-year-old woman with a history of recurrent upper respiratory infections presents to her physician with her fifth such infection in the past year. She mentions that she may be getting sick due to increased stress at home,she and her husband have been trying to conceive unsuccessfully for...
Eukaryotic protein that exist as non-membrane associated, nonglycosyalted, disulfide link dimer in the mature form are generally form in which of follwing?
B Extracellular space
C Mitochondrial space
D Nuclear matrix
E Nuclear pore
I always thought i understand this when i read
but when i do question i get lost.
Can anyone give me a brief picture about this-
Osteoid, osteoid matrix (is it same as bone matrix?)
wiki say "osteoid is unmineralized, organic portion of bone matrix.
but it also say defective...
Which of the following cartilage/cartilaginous bones are devoid of perichondrium?
a) ear pinna
b) cricoid cartilage
c) knee menisci
d) epiphyseal cartilage
e) eustachian tube
f) articular cartilage
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