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IPSILATERAL

CONTRALATERAL
ON THE SAME SIDE AS

ON THE OPPSITE SIDE FROM
DEEP

INTERMEDIATE
AWAY FROM THE SURFACE

BETWEEN 2 STRUCTURES
AXIAL REGION

APPENDICULAR
HEAD,NECK AND TRUNK

LIMBS
RIGHT HYPOCHONDRIAC
LIVER
EPIGASTRIC REGION
PANCREAS AND STOMACH
LEFT HYPOCHONDRIAC
SPLEEN
RIGHT LUMBAR REGION
ASCENDING COLON OF THE LG. INTESTINE
UMBILICAL REGION
TRANSVERSE COLON AND SM. INTESTINE
L. LUMBAR
DECENDING COLON
R. ILIAC
APPENDIX
HYPOGASTRIC REGION
RECTUM, URINARY BLADDER
L. ILIAC
DESCENDING COLON AND SM. INTESTINE.
Epithelial tissue
found as the lining and covering of organs and body cavities, the secretory parts of organs and glands, the transport membranes of capillaries and alveolar sacs, and membranes which lubricate organs
Connective tissue
supports as bone, cartilage, tendons and ligaments, protects as the bony cavities and as protective immune cells in the blood, and stores nutrients
Nervous tissue
the tissue which carries information in the form of impulses throughout the body
Muscle tissue
contracts to perform movements such as skeletal muscle movements, propulsion in the GI tract, and pumping blood in the heart
squamous

cuboidal
thin, flat cells

cube shaped cells
columnar
column shaped cells
Simple squamous epithelium
the thinnest tissue, used in membranes and walls of capillaries and alveolar sacks.
Simple cuboidal epithelium
the secretory and absorptive lining of the GI tract
Stratified squamous epithelium
the epidermis of the body's skin.
Pseudostratified ciliated columnar epithelium
the lining of the respiratory tract.
Transitional epithelium
the stretchable tissue in the urinary bladder and ureters
Connective tissue
all derived from mesenchyme stem cells. The matrix may be loose, dense, or have other specialized characteristics, it may have one or more types of fiber, and has a ground substance with semi-solid to fluid gel or other materials
fibroblast
fibroblast is actively secreting matrix, usually in growing tissue,
fibrocyte
a mature cell, no longer active in building tissue, but still important in maintenance and managing homeostasis
clast
dissolving the matrix. For instance osteoclasts are important in bone remodeling by breaking down old matrix before it is replaced.
mast cells
they play a role in inflammatory reactions by secreting histamine and heparin.
macrophages
phagocytic cells derived from monocytes the body's first line of defense against invading microorganisms. These cells have a histiocytes (lungs), Kupffer cells (liver), Langerhan's cells (skin), microglia (nervous tissue).
plasma cells
a type of lymphocyte which secretes antibodies; these plus other white blood cells wander in from the blood