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Thymus

by Geoffrey Meyer, PhD
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    The lecture Thymus by Geoffrey Meyer, PhD is from the course Lymphoid Histology.


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    1. Type II epithelioreticular cells compartmentalize developing T cells in the thymus medulla
    2. Type I epithelioreticular cells are located adjacent to the thymus capsule and separate T cells undergoing education
    3. Type I epithelioreticular cells are located between the cortical zone and the connective tissue trabeculae/septa
    4. Type IV epithelioreticular cells create a barrier at the junction of the thymus cortex and medulla
    5. Type VI epithelioreticular cells form thymic/Hassall’s corpuscles
    1. Hassall’s corpuscle
    2. Capsule
    3. Lobules
    4. Cortex
    5. Medulla
    1. 98%
    2. 10%
    3. 2%
    4. 150%
    5. 80-85%
    1. Type III & type IV
    2. Type I & type III
    3. Type IV & type V
    4. Type II type IV
    5. Type V & type VI
    1. Spiral Coils
    2. Scattered celled
    3. Straight line
    4. Undifferentiated
    5. Striated bands
    1. Type II & Type I epithelioreticular cells
    2. Type I & type III epithelioreticular cells
    3. Type IV & type V epithelioreticular cells
    4. Type II type IV epithelioreticular cells
    5. Type V & type VI epithelioreticular cells

    Author of lecture Thymus

     Geoffrey Meyer, PhD

    Geoffrey Meyer, PhD


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