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  • Histologie Gnrale

    Les pithliums

    Grard ABADJIAN

    Htel-Dieu de France

    Facult de Mdecine

    USJ - 2007

  • Classification des Epithliums

    pithliums de surface:

    Nombre de couches: Simple, Stratifi

    Forme des cellules: pavimenteuse, cubique, cylindrique.

    Prsence dune diffrenciation (spcialisation)

    Organes solides: Exocrine, endocrine.

  • Epithlium pavimenteux simple

    pithlium pavimenteux

    Interfaces de diffusion slective, absorption, et/ ou scrtion.

    Poumons

    Capillaires

    Plvre, pricarde, et pritoine.

  • pithlium cubique simple

    Canaux et tubes

    Rein

    Glandes salivaires

    Pancras

  • pithlium cylindrique simple

    Cellules prismatiques

    Polarit

    Intestin grle

    Vsicule biliaire

  • pithlium cylindrique simple cili

    Projection digitiforme de la membrane cytoplasmique

    X 300

    Battement en vague

    Tractus gnital fminin

  • pithlium cylindrique pseudostratifi cili

    Noyaux diffrents niveaux

    Voies respiratoires (pithlium respiratoire)

  • Epithlium pavimenteux stratifi

    Cellules basales cubodes (couche germinative)

    Resistance physique, labrasion

    pithliums muqueux (humides):

    Voies aro-digestives et gnitales fminines

    pithlium rsistant la dessiccation:

    Peau: kratinisation, couche corne

  • pithlium pavimenteux pluristratifi

  • Carcinome pidermode kratinisant

  • pithlium cubique stratifi

    Deux ou trois couches de cellules cubiques

    Canaux excrteurs de glandes exocrines

  • pithlium transitionnel (Urothlium)

    Cellules basales cubodes

    Cellules en ombrelles

    Pole apical paissi

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    Le 7 Fvrier 2007

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    procedures. To see how these

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    This appendix is intended for

    users who have little or no

    experience working with

    databases or database

    connections. It explains

    general concepts, not specific

    procedures. To see how these

    concepts apply in practice, see

    the rest of the help system.

    This appendix is intended for

    users who have little or no

    experience working with

    databases or database

    connections. It explains

    general concepts, not specific

    procedures. To see how these

    concepts apply in practice, see

    the rest of the help system.

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