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Studies on the morphology and histochemistry of the fallopian tube epithelium.

Bengt Fredricsson

Studies on the morphology and histochemistry of the fallopian tube epithelium.

by Bengt Fredricsson

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Published by S. Karger in Basel, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Epithelium,
  • Fallopian tubes

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesActa anatomica -- 37.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination23 p.
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17598715M
    OCLC/WorldCa14605545

    PDF | Twelve genitalia of apparently healthy, non pregnant adult Bakerwali goat were collected from local slaughter houses immediately after sacrifice. | Find, read and cite all the research. BAD and BCL2 specific immunolabelling was localized to Fallopian tube epithelium. Although no other significant differences in levels of apoptosis or cell cycle associated proteins were observed, smoking was associated with significant changes in the morphology of the Fallopian tube epithelium (P ).

    The Fallopian tube has been reported to undergo cyclical changes. However, many studies of tubal ultrastructure have either examined one segment of the tube only or studied animal oviducts. The aim of this study was to document in detail the combined morphological and ultrastructural features of the epithelial lining along the length of the tube in women at different stages of the menstrual cycle.   Fallopian tubes. Author: Charlotte O'Leary BSc, MBChB • Reviewer: Jerome Goffin • Last reviewed: J The fallopian tubes are important structures in the female reproductive tract, which connect the peritoneal cavity with the uterine cavity. They provide a site for fertilisation and are involved in the transport of the ovum from the ovaries to the body of the uterus.

    Importantly, in an ex vivo human fallopian tube model, the growth of C. trachomatis was significantly inhibited by CorA at concentrations of 1–2 μg/mL under normoxic and hypoxic conditions. The epithelium of the Fallopian tubes is composed mainly of ciliated columnar cells and non-ciliated secretory cells. For the proper function of the tube, ciliated cells need to push, by beating, the secretion from secretory cells together with an oocyte from one of the ovaries towards the uterus.


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Studies on the morphology and histochemistry of the fallopian tube epithelium by Bengt Fredricsson Download PDF EPUB FB2

Studies on the morphology and histochemistry of the fallopian tube epithelium. [Bengt Fredricsson] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Book\/a>, schema:CreativeWork\/a> ; \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 library. Fredricsson, Studies on the morphology and histochemistry of the fallopian tube epithelium (Basel) Suppl.

Acta Anat () G.S. Greenwald, Endocrine regulation of the secretion of mucin in the tubal epithelium of the rabbit Anat Rec () Cited by:   E. Patek, L. Nilsson, E. Johannisson, Scanning electron microscopic study of the human fallopian tube.

Report I. The proliferative and secretory stages Fertil. Steril () B. Fredricsson, Studies on the morphology and histochemistry of the fallopian tube epithelium Acta Anat (Basel) Suppl. () by: The present study was conducted to determine the morphology and histochemistry of the magnum of twelve Lohmann brown chickens, between 40 and 47 weeks of age, during the laying period, raised in an intensive regime.

The birds were slaughtered so that the egg would be present in each segment of the oviduct. The fragments, 36, from the three areas of the magnum (anterior, middle, posterior) were Author: C. Todireanu, C. Cotea, C. Solcan. Fallopian tubes - anatomy, histology & embryology.

Hollow, tubular structures, bilateral, 8 - 12 cm long and - cm in diameter, lined by a single layer of mucosal epithelium. The Fallopian tube has been reported to undergo cyclical changes. However, many studies of tubal ultrastructure have either examined one segment of the tube only or studied animal oviducts.

The aim of this study was to document in detail the combined morphological and ultrastructural features of the epithelial lining along the length of the.

B. Fredricsson, Studies on the morphology and histochemistry of the fallopian tube epithelium Acta Anat Suppl. 37 () 3. D.W. Fawcett, G.B. Wislocki, Histochemical observations of the human fallopian tube J Nat Cancer Inst () Routes of metastatic spread to the ovary from origins within the female genital tract.

1, Via lymphatic/vascular channels.2, Intraepithelial spread via fallopian tube epithelium.3, Transcoelomic spread between peritoneal surfaces.4, Tumour cell exfoliation and transtubal spread.5, Tumour cell exfoliation and direct implantation onto the ovarian surface.

17 Makrigiannakis, A. et al. () The expression of receptivity markers in the fallopian tube epithelium. Histochemistry and Cell Biology- 18 Shaw, J.L.

et al. () Lymphoid and myeloid cell populations in the non-pregnant human Fallopian tube. Histochemical features of two different parts of the porcine fallopian tube have been studied, with special reference to cyclic changes in the distribution of glycogen particles.

Porcine fallopian tubes were obtained from a local slaughterhouse. Slides were studied under light microscopy utilizing histological and histochemical techniques. The most striking feature during the periovulatory.

In another study (Rubenstein et al., ), several motile sperm were recovered from Fallopian tubes following hysterectomy 30 min after insemination in one patient and 1 h after insemination in three out of seven patients; however, these women underwent surgery for treatment of fibroids, polyps or endometriosis and therefore sperm transport.

Recent studies strongly suggest that fallopian tube epithelium (benign or malignant) that implants on the ovary is the source of low-grade and high-grade serous carcinoma rather than the ovarian. tubes (pars ampullaris) immediately after removal of the uterus.

The oviductal specimens were fixed in 10% formalin for at least 24 hours and embedded in paraffin. This study was carried out with the approval of the Local Ethical Committee and consent to use the oviductal specimens for lectin histochemistry was obtained from al1 patients recruited.

Significance. Recent histological studies suggest that many serous carcinomas can arise from intraepithelial lesions in the fallopian tube. This is based largely on association studies and has never been proven due to lack of effective early detection methods in patients and the shortage of valid experimental models.

PAX8 is a Marker of the Fallopian Tube Secretory Cell but Not of the Ovarian Surface Epithelium. We have specifically targeted the FTSEC by driving expression of the Cre recombinase from a Pax8 promoter. PAX8 is a transcription factor that is essential for the development of the female genital tract, including the FTs but not the ovaries (Mittag et al., ).

Patek, E., and Nilsson, L. Scanning electron microscopic observations on the ciliogenesis of the infundibulum of the human fetal and adult fallopian tube epithelium. Fertil. Steril.PubMed Google Scholar. The Fallopian tube has been reported to undergo cyclical changes. However, many studies of tubal ultrastructure have either examined one segment of the tube only or studied animal oviducts.

Hellman LM () Morphology of the human fallopian tube in the early Puerperium. Scanning electron microscopic observations on the ciliogenesis of the infundi-bulum of the human fetal and adult fallopian tube epithelium.

Tredway DR () Sperm transport from the external cervical os to the fallopian tube in women. A time and.

High-grade serous cancer (HGSC) progresses to advanced stages without symptoms and the 5-year survival rate is a dismal 30%. Recent studies of ovaries and Fallopian tubes in patients with BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutations have documented a pre-metastatic intramucosal neoplasm that is found almost exclusively in the Fallopian tube, termed ‘serous tubal intraepithelial carcinoma’ or STIC.

The human Fallopian tubes (known as oviducts in animals) are part of the female reproductive tract and are responsible for gamete (egg and sperm) transport. The Fallopian tube is the site for fertilization and preimplantation embryo development. Progressing from the ovary to the uterus, the three distinct segments of the Fallopian tube are infundibulum, ampulla, and isthmus (Fig.

1). Recent studies have suggested that some ovarian and pelvic serous carcinomas could originate from the fimbriated end of the distal fallopian tube. To test this hypothesis, we immortalized a normal human fallopian tube epithelial (FTE) cell line by using retrovirus-mediated overexpression of the early region of the SV40 T/t antigens and the.In the present study, the morphological variations in the isthmus segment of goat (Capra hircus) oviduct were studied using scanning and ultrastructural techniques during luteal and follicular phases of oestrous aphic analysis of the isthmus epithelium in the follicular phase demonstrated irregular distribution of ciliated cells on the epithelium.Nagata T.

Histochemistry, General and Special. ARBS Annu Rev Biomed Sci ; Histochemistry has been developed between the morphology and .