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Uterine Tube – Female Reproductive System

by Geoffrey Meyer, PhD
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    The lecture Uterine Tube – Female Reproductive System by Geoffrey Meyer, PhD is from the course Reproductive Histology.


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    1. The rectum lies posterior to the vagina
    2. The uterus is anterior to the vagina
    3. The bladder is superior to the vagina
    4. The lumen of the cervix leads directly into the lumen of the uterine tube
    5. The uterus is inferior to the bladder
    1. The ampulla of the uterine tube is the largest segment of the uterine tube and is the usual site for fertilization
    2. Mucosal folds called fimbrae extend from the isthmus part of the uterine tube
    3. The infundibulum is the segment of the uterine tube that attaches to the uterus
    4. Meiosis is completed at ovulation
    5. The isthmus part of the uterine tube is about 7 to 8 cms long
    1. The epithelial surface lining the uterine tube contains two cell types and is usually about 15 micrometres in height around the time of ovulation
    2. Estrogen stimulates ciliogenesis (formation of cilia) on epithelial cells in the uterine tube
    3. Progesterone stimulates secretions from the peg cells
    4. A mucosa is an epithelial surface supported by its lamina propria (underlying connective tissue) within any tube that eventually opens exterior to the body
    5. Size of cilia and the secretions from the pegs cells lining the uterine tube are optimal around the time of ovulation

    Author of lecture Uterine Tube – Female Reproductive System

     Geoffrey Meyer, PhD

    Geoffrey Meyer, PhD


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