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1

What is this a picture of? Where did it come from? 

Islets of Langerhans in a mouse pancreas.

2

Which hormone is shown here? 

INSULIN!!

Note that insulin has low affinity, high capacity glucose transporters. 

3

What hormone is shown here? 

GLUCAGON!!

Note: that glucagon has high affinity, low capacity glucose transporters...

4

What is this repesentative of? 

Insulin-responsive glucose transport in peripheral tissues

High affinity, low capacity glucose transporter

5

What is shown here? What is the source of it? 

A pancreatic islet from a mouse.

6

What is shown here? Where did it come from? 

A pancreatic islet from a human. 

7

What does this picture show? 

the musculature & well-developed plicae of the jejunum

8

What is this? 

Meckel's diverticulum

9

What is this structure? 

An inflamed appendix. 

10

What does this X ray show? 

Diverticuli

11

What does this show? 

Diverticulitis

12

What's that little messy line in the anus called? 

pectinate line

divides the superior & inferior portions of the anus.

13

What does this picture show? 

It shows a retrograde fill of the renal pelvis. You can see here the renal pelvis, major calyx & minor calyx. 

14

Identify the following structures. 

15

Idenitfy these structures. 

How did you do? : )

16

Pictures the structure of the fat & fascia around the kidney. 

Were you right? 

17

Idenitfy this structure. 

Cisterna Chyli

18

Identify these 2 muscles. 

19

Identify these structures.

Keep tryin'-->you'll get there!

20

What's weird about this cadaver? 

The IVC is on the left side. What? Crazy!

21

What's the gray thing in the middle? What's the muscle around the gray thing called? What's the purple structure? Black structure? Yellow structure? 

22

What's the arrow pointing at? 

Lumbocostal trigone

23

What's the yellow area called? Purple? Grey? What forms the body wall here? 

24

What does a cross section of a pancreatic acinus look like? 

Were you right?  : )

25

What are the structures on here that aren't already labeled? 

26

What is that thing at the top? What is the region with the little white balls? What is likely at the bottom of this picture? 

White ball region: Zone 3 (fat accumulation)

Zone 2 is above that & then Zone 1. The portal canal is on the top & the central vein is on the bottom. 

27

What is shown in this picture? 

Glycogen stored in the cytoplasm of hepatocytes. 

28

What are these 2 slides of? 

Gallbladder!

Simple columnar epithelium w/ short villi...

No muscularis mucosae or submucosa