Histology: Labelled Slides

Aorta Basophils Cardiac Muscle Cardiac Muscle Longtudinal Cerebellar Cortex Cerebral Cortex Spinal Cord Eosinophils Epiphyseal plate Femoral Artery Femoral Vein Howship’s lacunae Jejunum lamina propria Liver Lymph node Lymphocyte Monocyte Spinal cord (silver) Neutrophil Pacinian corpuscle Peripheral Nerve Peripheral Nerve 2 Respiratory Epithelium Spinal cord (silver) 2 Simple Cuboidal Epithelium Simple Columnar Epithelium Skeletal Muscle…

Periodic Table Families: Properties & Uses

Metalloids: Are the least common type of elements, their properties are a mix of nonmetal and metal properties. The metalloids are hybrid elements. Perhaps the most important characteristic of metalloids is that they partially conduct electricity for semi-conductors. Nonmetals: Are opposites of metals, that’s why they are called nonmetals (not metals). They are not malleable…

Global Health in Developing Nations

Current global population and impact of growing population in developing countries As global populations expand and shift, the healthcare sector is coming under increased pressure. In the developed world, aging populations and extended life expectancy have led to an increasing prevalence of chronic, expensive to treat diseases and disabilities and a growing shortage of healthcare…