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Tissues && Membranes

Endocrine secretes Horomones
Exocrine secretes Sweat, saliva, mucus, digestive enzymes
Types of epithelial tissues Cutaneous, Mucous, Serous
Location of mucus membranes Digestive Tract, Resipatory Tract, Urinary Tract, Reproductive Tract
How does tissue repair itself Rengeneration and Fiborosis Rengeneration is when the tissue replaces the old cells with identical cells Fiboris is when the tissue is replaced with scar tissue or connective tissue
Serous membranes.... Pleura, Pericardium, and Peritoneum
Dens Fibrous Connective Tissue Tendons, Ligaments, Capsules, Fasica Skin
Gangrene Death of Tissue
Adhesions Abnormal Joining of Tissues
Cancer Abnormal Growth
Neoplasm Tumor either cancerous or not
Scleroderma Chronic auto immune disease characterized by hardening in the skin or other organs
Parietal Membrane Pleura and Pericardium
Epithial tissue is classified by Squamous, Cuboidal, Columar
Epithial function is to... Screte, Absorb, excrete, and protect
Ligaments Joins bones
Tendons Connects tissues to bones
Capsules Tough dens fiber
Osseous tissue Bone tissue
Kelliod Colagen
Exocrine Gland Ducts
Endocrine Gland Duct less
Biopsy Collecting Cells or Tissues for examination
Stratified Multilayer and Striped
Squamous Scales
Chrondrocytes Found in healthy Cartilage
Transitional Tissue Strechty
Created by: Chancylynn