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Title: A Course Guide for Veterinary Histology I
Other Titles: Veterinary Anatomy and Embryology
Keywords: Veterinary Anatomy and Embryology
Issue Date: 25-Apr-2020
Publisher: University of Gondar College of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Sciences Unit of biomedical science
University of Gondar
Description: Veterinary Histology is a branch of anatomy concerned with the visual examination of cells, intercellular structures as well as their organization in tissues and organs, by means of the microscope and by using appropriate preparations thin enough to transmit light or electrons. Studying the normal microscopic structure of the animal body is the basis for understanding abnormal microscopic lesions(histopathology), body functions, immunology, clinical Patholgy and several other disciplines in veterinary medicine. Veterinary Histology I deal with the tech niques of studying cells and tissues, cell biology and the four basic tissues of the body (epithelium, connective tissue, muscle and nervous tissue).
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