Flashcards in *6.4 lab - muscle development, regulation, injury Deck (6)
T/F fetal mesenchyme is a type of connective tissue
Never say fetal mesenchyme,
mesenchyme is an Embryonic tissue
T/F veins can have smooth muscle
large veins often do
(but less than arteries)
if a muscularis externa layer lacks an inner circular layer or outer longitudinal layer, what do you call it?
this provides proprioception in muscle tissue
(and golgi tendon organ at musculotendinous junction)
what are some key histological features of myocardial infarction?
granulation tissue (rich in new vasculature)