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Pre-Clinical Department - Histology

Department of Histology

The objectives of studying Histology are categorized as:

Ultimate and terminal

The ultimate objectives are those to be fulfilled by the end of the course.

  • The students will acquaint good and up-to-date knowledge about different types of Microscopes, Microtechniques, tissue culture and karyotyping.
  • The students will acquire the skills required for staining and examining different tissues under a light microscope.
  • The student will be capable of obtaining at the end how the structure of each tissue in any organ adapts and serves its function.
  • Ultimately the students, after being familiar with the normal structure of different tissues, will be able to detect any pathological changes in the tissues on studying pathology later on.

Terminal objectives:

They are connected with various parts of the subject:

These are divided into:

  1. Introduction including:- Microscopy - Microtechniques - Types of stains.
  2. Medical biology includes:- Cytology and cytogenics.
  3. General Histology including:
    • Epithelial tissue.
    • Connective tissue.
    • Muscular tissue.
    • Nervous tissue.
  4. Systematic Histology includes studying the structure of organs of different systems in the body.

Courses

  • 0611HIS1CL - CELL
  • 0611HIS1TIS - TISSUE
  • 0612HIS1HM
  • 0621HIS1CV -CARDIOVASCULAR
  • 0621HIS1RSP - RESPIRATORY
  • 0621HIS1RN - RENAL
  • 0622HIS1GT - GASROINTESTINAL
  • 0622HIS1RP - REPRODUCTIVE
  • 0622HIS1EN - ENDOCRINE
  • 0622HIS1CS - CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
  • 0622HIS1EYE
  • 0622HIS1Ear
  • 0622HIS1SK - SKIN

Prof. N. Mohammed
Ph. D Histology
Head of Department
Researches:
Light & Electron Microscopy Studies
Tel: +971-4-2646465

Dr. H. Faiz Al-Samman
M.B.B.CH
Teaching Assistant
Researches:
Tel: +971-4-2646465



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