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Understanding Histology 

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External Veins of Face & Scalp

medical illustration of It has been observed that students in undergraduate anatomy and physiology have difficulty understanding the 2D slices they see in the microscope and how they represent a 3D structure in space. This poster serves to demonstrate how various misunderstood 3D structures may appear when sliced and processed into what we seen in the microscope.
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This poster depicts histological anatomy of the gastrointestinal tract for display in an undergraduate anatomy or histology lab. It describes the four layers of the GI tract from the esophagus to the colon, highlighting the distinct and similar features of each region. The intended objectives are to: Show the similarities and differences between areas and help students identify different regions based on distinct features.

Histology of the Gastrointestinal Tract

It has been observed that students in undergraduate anatomy and physiology have difficulty understanding the 2D slices they see in the microscope and how they represent a 3D structure in space. This poster serves to demonstrate how various misunderstood 3D structures may appear when sliced and processed into what we seen in the microscope.

Keywords: 3D, Models, Microscopy, Education, Anatomy, Biology, Cell biology / Histology

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