Contents Yves Clermont, Michael Lalli, Zsuzsanna Bencsath-Makkai
LIGHT-MICROSCOPIC HISTOLOGY ATLAS
     12. Digestive System
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    12.85   Gallbladder Version française
Mucosa of the gallbladder of a dog.

This field shows several folds of the mucosa lined with a simple columnar epithelium (E) sitting on a profuse lamina propria (*).

Underlying the mucosa is a thick muscular tunic composed of intertwined bundles of smooth muscle fibres (M).

Unlike the wall of the stomach and intestine, there is no muscularis mucosa at the borderline of the mucosa and submucosa.

Stain: HE
Magnification: ×265


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