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Histology Reviewer (from lecture of Doc Ayochok ONLY)

Medisina2018

A 70-year old female patient went to the ER with complaints of abdominal pain which is dull and steady. Her pain is
radiating to her back, accompanied by nausea and vomiting. On physical examination, she appears feverish, on slight
dyspnea, with a bluish discoloration around her umbilicus region. Upon histologic study of cell sample, it revealed
inflammation of the pancreatic parenchyma. Answer the following questions:

1. From the left picture above, what is the narrow left-headed arrow pointing at?
a. Interlobular duct
b. Pancreatic Arteriole
c. Intralobular duct
d. Islet of Langerhans
2. Islets of Langerhans are the ________ portion of the pancreas, more commonly found at what region of
the pancreas?
a. Exocrine, Uncinate Process
b. Endocrine, Tail
c. Exocrine, Head
d. Endocrine, Body
3. Islet of Langerhans is shown by the (left picture)?
a. Right headed arrow
b. Left headed arrow, narrow
c. Left headed arrow, wide
4. Interlobular ducts are lined by what type of epithelium?
a. Simple cuboidal epithelium
b. Simple columnar epithelium
c. Squamous epithelium, stratified
d. Simple cuboidal epithelium, with specialized brush borders
5. The right picture above shows?
a. Endocrine pancreas
b. Exocrine pancreas
6. The arrowhead is pointing at what specific structure?
a. Centroacinar cells
b. Alpha cells
c. Acinar cells
d. Intercalated ducts
7. The answer to # 6 has specific receptor to what hormone?
a. CCK
b. Secretin
c. CCK and ACH
d. Secretin and ACH
8. While the structure pointed by the upward arrow?
a. Are pale staining cells constituting the intraacinar portion of the intercalated ducts
b. Are of low columnar, pale staining cells
c. Has receptor for Secretin and CCk
d. Are pale-staining cells within the acinus with the terminus of striated ducts both of which are
receptors for secretin

9. The picture above is a sample of what organ?


a. Liver
b. Rectum
c. Gallbladder
d. Large Intestine
10. The lower portion of the picture is the?
a. Submucosa
b. Adventitia
c. Muscularis Externa
d. Mucosal Layer
11. Basing from question number 10, it contains all of the following except?
a. Collagen
b. Elastin
c. Fibroblast
d. Reticulin
12. The arrow is pointing at what structure?
a. Intestinal Glands of Leiburkuhn
b. Rokitansky-Aschoff Sinus
c. Duct of Luscha
d. Submucosal Gland
13. The ducts in the organ contains striated borders.
a. True
b. False
14. Extrahepatic ducts are:
a. Lined by low columnar epithelium
b. Has abundant subepithelial connective tissue with leukocytes
c. With smooth muscle bundles that first appear at the level of the Common Hepatic Duct
d. Contains elastic fibers and lymphoid cells at its connective tissue

15. On the left picture, the structure labeled A is?


a. Primordial Cell
b. Primary Follicles
c. Secondary Follicles
d. Mature Follicle
16. Structure C is?
a. Primordial Cell
b. Primary Follicles
c. Secondary Follicles
d. Mature Follicle
17. Item number 16 consists of a primary oocyte most of which are in what stage of cellular division?
a. Diplotene stage of Meiosis 1, metaphase
b. Diplotene stage of Mitosis 1, Prophase
c. Diplotene stage of Prophase 1
d. Diplotene stage of Meiosis, Prophase 2
18. Item number 16 is surrounded by what type of epithelium?
a. Simple cuboidal
b. Simple squamous
c. Stratified squamous
d. Simple Columnar
19. The arrow in the left picture is pointing at what specific structure in the follicle?
a. Oophorus
b. Zona Pellucida
c. Corona Radiata
20. The cells immediately surrounding item number 19 is?
a. Granulosa lutein cells
b. Zona Pellucida
c. Thecal Cells
d. Granulosa Cells
21. On the right most picture, the layer of the ovary shown is the?
a. Peripheral Cortex
b. Central Medulla
c. Germinal Epithelium
d. Tunica Albuginea
22. The uppermost part of the picture on the right is lined by what type of epithelium?
a. Stratified Squamous
b. Simple Cuboidal
c. Simple Columnar
d. Simple Squamous
23. Item number 22 is derived from?
a. Perineum
b. Scarpas Fascia
c. Peritoneum
d. Round Ligament
24. The thin arrows are pointing at what structures?
a. Epithelial follicular cells
b. Flat granulosa cells
c. Fibroblast-like epithelium
d. Myoepithelium
25. Structure E in the middle picture has the following characteristics:
a. Large, pale staining
b. Large, darker staining progesterone-secreting cells
c. Smaller, darker cells
d. Small estrogen-secreting cells
26. Structure D is derived from?
a. Theca externa
b. Granulosa cells
c. Theca interna
d. Connective tissue septa
27. Pedestal of follicle cells
a. Granulosa cells
b. Cumulus Oophorus
c. Corona Radiata
28. Scar of connective tissue that forms at the site of a corpus luteum after its involuti on?
a. Corpus Albicans
b. Stroma
c. Cumulus Oophorus
d. Granulosa Lutein Cells
29. Involution of the corpus luteum does not involve atresia.
a. True
b. False
30. The Corpus Albicans has the following characteristics?
a. It contains mostly collagen and few fibroblast
b. Gradually becomes atretic and becomes lost in the ovarian stroma
c. Secretes HCG in support of pregnancy
d. A scar of connective tissue derived only from the granulosa cells of unfertilized ovum

31. In the left picture, the left headed narrow arrows point to what structure?
a. Peg Cells
b. Secretory Cells
c. Ciliated Cells
d. A and B
e. A and C
32. The histologic sample above contains except?
a. 2 cell types
b. Submucosa
c. Mucous secreting cells
d. Columnar cells, ciliated
33. The double headed arrow in the left picture shows the mucosal fol ds:
a. Which are most numerous at the isthmus
b. Are lined by non-ciliated columnar epithelium
c. Which are largest at the ampulla and infundibulum
d. Contains epithelium that beats toward the infundibular segment of the uterine tube, thus aiding
in egg transport
34. The right picture depicts the muscularis layer of the fallopian tube which:
a. Aids the ovum to the infundibulum
b. Contains inner circular and outer longitudinal
c. Is a smooth muscle with the usual inner circular, outer longitudinal and sparse oblique layer
interspersed in between
d. Is a striated muscle in type
35. The uterine tube:
a. 12 inches long muscular tube
b. Has lumen continuous with the uterine cavity, specifically by the isthmic segment
c. Its distal end opens to the peritoneal cavity
d. Functions as the site of implantation

36. The left most of the picture shows the:


a. Endometrium
b. Myometrium
c. Serosa
37. The left headed arrow points to what structure?
a. Uterine Glands
b. Artery
c. Adipocytes
d. Bartholins Glands
38. The stratum basale has the following characteristics:
a. Also known as pars basalis
b. Is the temporary layer at the basal surface
c. Responds to ovarian hormones via thickening and shedding
d. Has thicker, deeper zona spangiosa
39. It serves as the source of cells for regenerating after shedding?
a. Stratum Functionale
b. Myometrium
c. Pars Basalis
d. Mucosa
40. This layer is influenced by oxytocin during parturition?
a. Endometrium
b. Myometrium
c. Serosa
d. Mucosa
41. The endometrium has dual blood supply from arcuate arteries, straight arteries that are retained and
coiled arteries that are lost during shedding.
a. True
b. False
42. The changes that occur in the myometrium during pregnancy are?
a. Hypertrophy or increase in number
b. Hyperplasia
c. Hyperplasia and hypertrophy
d. Dysplasia
43. The following is true about the uterus except?
a. It is under the influence of estrogen that the endometrium regenerates from the stratum basale
b. During the proliferative stage, the endometrial stroma is described as compact
c. During secretory phase, Progesterone causes edema of lamina propria but not endometrial
thickening
d. At day 20, the uterus is already prepared to receive implanting embryo
44. The myometrium is, except?
a. The most conspicuous layer
b. Thickest tunic, with 4 layers of distinct smooth muscle layer
c. Has 4 poorly defined smooth muscle layer
d. Contains Arcute Arteries in its middle layer
45. The uterus is the site of embryonic implantation and development. Grossly, it has three regions. All
describes the 3 regions except?
a. The body or the corpus is the middle region which is large and rounded
b. The neck is continuous with the cervix
c. The fundus is part of the body above the entry of the uterine tubes
d. The neck is the narrow, downward extension of the uterus
46. The basal layer of the uterus contains the following except?
a. Few adipocytes
b. Many fibroblasts
c. Ground substance
d. Fine type III collagen
47. The cervix bulges into the vaginal canal and has the following characteristics:
a. Contains no smooth muscle layer
b. Is mainly of loose connective tissue, with cervical glands that penetrate the lamina propria
c. Is the area where glands are located and aids in the lubrication of the vagina
d. Lined by tall columnar epithelium, non-ciliated
48. The transition zone:
a. Is lined by both tall columnar epithelium and simple squamous epithelium
b. Is the junction between the endocervix and the ectocervix
c. Cotton swab during Paps smear must go beyond this poi nt
d. Shed during menstruation
49. During delivery, the cervix undergo dilatation under the influence of what hormone?
a. Relaxin
b. Collagenase
c. Progesterone
d. Estrogen
50. During ovulation, the cervix has watery secretion to permit access by sperm. During luteal phase and
pregnancy, it:
a. Lessens its secretions but it becomes more viscous
b. of the secretion is watery, is viscous
c. Influenced by progesterone to undergo cervical dilatation for easy passage of the fetus
d. It is measured during internal examination, with 6-7 cms the highest grade that allows delivery
51. Also known as the pregnant endometrium?
a. Decidua
b. Chorion
c. Placenta
d. Cytotrophoblast
52. Implantation is described as, except?
a. Penetration of the uterine epithelium by the blastocyst and is the initial step in placentation
b. Blastocyst activity involves the trophoblast undergoing rapid cellular division and differentiation
in to more than 2 layers
c. The blastodisk becomes the embryo
d. The syncytiotrophoblast is the highly invasive outer layer with multiple nuclei
53. The derivatives of CHorion except?
a. Trophoblast
b. Extraembyonic mesoderm
c. Both
d. Neither
54. This region of chorion lies adjacent to the decidua basalis:
a. Chorionfrondosum
b. Chorionlaeve
c. Both
d. Neither
55. The chorionlaeve is the, except?
a. Part adjacent to the decidua capsularis
b. Derived from trophoblast
c. Fetal part of placenta
d. Fuses with decidua parietalis midway through pregnancy
56. The external syncytiotrophoblast surface is densely covered with microvilli which increase the absorptive
surface and have many receptors and transporters for uptake of material from maternal blood.
a. True
b. False
57. Placenta is an endocrine organ.
a. True
b. False
58. The placenta is described as the following except?
a. the site of nutrient, waste, O2, and CO2 exchanges between the mother and the fetus and
contains tissues from both individuals
b. Maternal tissues are retained in pregnancy as blood vessels fill syncytiotroph-lined lacunae
c. The embryonic part is the chorion, derived from the former trophoblast, and the maternal part is
from the decidua basalis
d. The two trophoblast layers together form chorionic villi that project into the blood-filled lacunae
of the decidua and provide a larger surface for nutrient and O2 absorption
59. All of the following are true except:
a. Syncytiotrophs secrete hormones HCG and Prolactin
b. Cytotrophoblast secretes Chorionic thyrotropin and chorionic thyrotropin
c. Decidual cells secrete hormones like estrogen and progesterone
d. Lactogen is also secreted by the placental cells
60. Follow the transfer of blood from mother to fetus
a. Maternal bloodlacunaesyncytiotrophcytotrophbasal lamina of trophextraembryonic
mesenchymebasal lamina of blood vessels in tertiary villifetal vascular endothelium
b. Maternal blood cytotrophsyncytiotrophbasal lamina of trophextraembryonic
mesenchyme lacunaebasal lamina of blood vessels in tertiary villifetal vascular
endothelium
c. Maternal blood cytotrophsyncytiotroph lacunaebasal lamina of trophextraembryonic
mesenchymebasal lamina of blood vessels in tertiary villifetal vascular endothelium
d. Maternal blood basal lamina of troph cytotrophsyncytiotrophextraembryonic
mesenchyme lacunaebasal lamina of blood vessels in tertiary villifetal vascular
endothelium

61. A female patient complained of hypogastric pain accompanied by painless intermenstrual vag inal
bleeding. Histologic samples were taken and revealed that the glycogen within the cytoplasm was
resistant to staining. This may be indicative of?
a. Bacterial Vaginosis
b. Normal finding
c. Malignancy or Dysplasia
d. Warts
62. Clue cells are indicative of?
a. Bacterial Vaginosis
b. Normal finding
c. Malignancy or Dysplasia
d. Warts
63. The figure above extends from ____ to ____?
a. Neck of Uterus to External Genitalia
b. Cervix to the Vestibule
c. Neck of Uterus to the Vestibule
d. Cervix to the distal vaginal wall
64. The organ from which the sample was taken is, except?
a. Acidic, primarily due to bacterial metabolism of glycogen
b. Lined by stratified squamous non-keratinized epithelium
c. Rich in glycogen, elastic fiber, lamina propria
d. The walls are studded with few glands that secretes mucus for lubric ation
65. The organ has, except:
a. Only 3 layers
b. Contains submucosa, but no adventitia
c. Longitudinal smooth muscle layer and some circular fibers in its muscularis layer
d. The outermost layer is rich in elastic fibers

Homologous structures:

66. Clitoris
67. Bartholins Galnd
68. Labia Minora
69. Labia Majora

a. Scrotum
b. Corpus Spongiosum
c. Cowpers Gland
d. Penis
Histology Reviewer (ANSWERS)

Medisina2018

A 70-year old female patient went to the ER with complaints of abdominal pain which is dull and steady. Her pain i s
radiating to her back, accompanied by nausea and vomiting. On physical examination, she appears feverish, on slight
dyspnea, with a bluish discoloration around her umbilicus region. Upon histologic study of cell sample, it revealed
inflammation of the pancreatic parenchyma. Answer the following questions:

1. From the left picture above, what is the narrow left-headed arrow pointing at?
a. Interlobular duct
b. Pancreatic Arteriole
c. Intralobular duct
d. Islet of Langerhans
2. Islets of Langerhans are the ________ portion of the pancreas, more commonly found at what region of
the pancreas?
a. Exocrine, Uncinate Process
b. Endocrine, Tail
c. Exocrine, Head
d. Endocrine, Body
3. Islet of Langerhans is shown by the (left picture)?
a. Right headed arrow
b. Left headed arrow, narrow
c. Left headed arrow, wide
4. Interlobular ducts are lined by what type of epithelium?
a. Simple cuboidal epithelium
b. Simple columnar epithelium
c. Squamous epithelium, stratified
d. Simple cuboidal epithelium, with specialized brush borders
5. The right picture above shows?
a. Endocrine pancreas
b. Exocrine pancreas
6. The arrowhead is pointing at what specific structure?
a. Centroacinar cells
b. Alpha cells
c. Acinar cells
d. Intercalated ducts
7. The answer to # 6 has specific receptor to what hormone?
a. CCK
b. Secretin
c. CCK and ACH
d. Secretin and ACH
8. While the structure pointed by the upward arrow?
a. Are pale staining cells constituting the intraacinar portion of the intercalated ducts
b. Are of low columnar, pale staining cells
c. Has receptor for Secretin and CCk
d. Are pale-staining cells within the acinus with the terminus of striated ducts both of which are
receptors for secretin

9. The picture above is a sample of what organ?


a. Liver
b. Rectum
c. Gallbladder
d. Large Intestine
10. The lower portion of the picture is the?
a. Submucosa
b. Adventitia
c. Muscularis Externa
d. Mucosal Layer
11. Basing from question number 10, it contains all of the following except?
a. Collagen
b. Elastin
c. Fibroblast
d. Reticulin
12. The arrow is pointing at what structure?
a. Intestinal Glands of Leiburkuhn
b. Rokitansky-Aschoff Sinus
c. Duct of Luscha
d. Submucosal Gland
13. The ducts in the organ contains striated borders.
a. True
b. False
14. Extrahepatic ducts are:
a. Lined by low columnar epithelium
b. Has abundant subepithelial connective tissue with leukocytes
c. With smooth muscle bundles that first appear at the level of the Common Hepatic Duct
d. Contains elastic fibers and lymphoid cells at its connective tissue

15. On the left picture, the structure labeled A is?


a. Primordial Cell
b. Primary Follicles
c. Secondary Follicles
d. Mature Follicle
16. Structure C is?
a. Primordial Cell
b. Primary Follicles
c. Secondary Follicles
d. Mature Follicle
17. Item number 16 consists of a primary oocyte most of which are in what stage of cellular division?
a. Diplotene stage of Meiosis 1, metaphase
b. Diplotene stage of Mitosis 1, Prophase
c. Diplotene stage of Prophase 1
d. Diplotene stage of Meiosis, Prophase 2
18. Item number 16 is surrounded by what type of epithelium?
a. Simple cuboidal
b. Simple squamous
c. Stratified squamous
d. Simple Columnar
19. The arrow in the left picture is pointing at what specific structure in the follicle?
a. Oophorus
b. Zona Pellucida
c. Corona Radiata
20. The cells immediately surrounding item number 19 is?
a. Granulosa lutein cells
b. Zona Pellucida
c. Thecal Cells
d. Granulosa Cells
21. On the right most picture, the layer of the ovary shown is the?
a. Peripheral Cortex
b. Central Medulla
c. Germinal Epithelium
d. Tunica Albuginea
22. The uppermost part of the picture on the right is lined by what type of epithelium?
a. Stratified Squamous
b. Simple Cuboidal
c. Simple Columnar
d. Simple Squamous
23. Item number 22 is derived from?
a. Perineum
b. Scarpas Fascia
c. Peritoneum
d. Round Ligament
24. The thin arrows are pointing at what structures?
a. Epithelial follicular cells
b. Flat granulosa cells
c. Fibroblast-like epithelium
d. Myoepithelium
25. Structure E in the middle picture has the following characteristics:
a. Large, pale staining
b. Large, darker staining progesterone-secreting cells
c. Smaller, darker cells
d. Small estrogen-secreting cells
26. Structure D is derived from?
a. Theca externa
b. Granulosa cells
c. Theca interna
d. Connective tissue septa
27. Pedestal of follicle cells
a. Granulosa cells
b. Cumulus Oophorus
c. Corona Radiata
28. Scar of connective tissue that forms at the site of a corpus luteum after its involution ?
a. Corpus Albicans
b. Stroma
c. Cumulus Oophorus
d. Granulosa Lutein Cells
29. Involution of the corpus luteum does not involve atresia .
a. True
b. False
30. The Corpus Albicans has the followi ng characteristics?
a. It contains mostly collagen and few fibroblast
b. Gradually becomes atretic and becomes lost in the ovarian stroma
c. Secretes HCG in support of pregnancy
d. A scar of connective tissue derived only from the granulosa cells of unfertilized ovum

31. In the left picture, the left headed narrow arrows point to what structure?
a. Peg Cells
b. Secretory Cells
c. Ciliated Cells
d. A and B
e. A and C
32. The histologic sample above contains except?
a. 2 cell types
b. Submucosa
c. Mucous secreting cells
d. Columnar cells, ciliated
33. The double headed arrow in the left picture shows the mucosal folds:
a. Which are most numerous at the isthmus
b. Are lined by non-ciliated columnar epithelium
c. Which are largest at the ampulla and infundibulum
d. Contains epithelium that beats toward the infundibular segment of the uterine tube, thus aiding
in egg transport
34. The right picture depicts the muscularis layer of the fallopian tube which:
a. Aids the ovum to the infundibulum
b. Contains inner circular and outer longitudinal
c. Is a smooth muscle with the usual inner circular, outer longitudinal and sparse oblique layer
interspersed in between
d. Is a striated muscle in type
35. The uterine tube:
a. 12 inches long muscular tube
b. Has lumen continuous with the uterine cavity, specifically by the isthmic segment
c. Its distal end opens to the peritoneal cavity
d. Functions as the site of implantation

36. The left most of the picture shows the:


a. Endometrium
b. Myometrium
c. Serosa
37. The left headed arrow points to what structure?
a. Uterine Glands
b. Artery
c. Adipocytes
d. Bartholins Glands
38. The stratum basale has the following characteristics except:
a. Also known as pars basalis
b. Is the temporary layer at the basal surface
c. Responds to ovarian hormones via thickening and shedding
d. Has thicker, deeper zona spangiosa
39. It serves as the source of cells for regenerating after shedding?
a. Stratum Functionale
b. Myometrium
c. Pars Basalis
d. Mucosa
40. This layer is influenced by oxytocin during parturition?
a. Endometrium
b. Myometrium
c. Serosa
d. Mucosa
41. The endometrium has dual blood supply from arcuate arteries, straight arteries that are retained and
coiled arteries that are lost during shedding.
a. True
b. False
42. The changes that occur in the myometrium during pregnancy are?
a. Hypertrophy or increase in number
b. Hyperplasia
c. Hyperplasia and hypertrophy
d. Dysplasia
43. The following is true about the uterus except?
a. It is under the influence of estrogen that the endometrium regenerates from the stratum basale
b. During the proliferative stage, the endometrial stroma is described as compact
c. During secretory phase, Progesterone causes edema of lamina propria but not endometrial
thickening
d. At day 20, the uterus is already prepared to receive implanting embryo
44. The myometrium is, except?
a. The most conspicuous layer
b. Thickest tunic, with 4 layers of distinct smooth muscle layer
c. Has 4 poorly defined smooth muscle layer
d. Contains Arcute Arteries in its middle layer
45. The uterus is the site of embryonic implantation and development. Grossly, it has three regions. All
describes the 3 regions except?
a. The body or the corpus is the middle region which is large and rounded
b. The neck is continuous with the cervix
c. The fundus is part of the body above the entry of the uterine tubes
d. The neck is the narrow, downward extension of the uterus
46. The basal layer of the uterus contains the following except?
a. Few adipocytes
b. Many fibroblasts
c. Ground substance
d. Fine type III collagen
47. The cervix bulges into the vaginal canal and has the following characteristics:
a. Contains no smooth muscle layer
b. Is mainly of loose connective tissue, with cervical glands that penetrate the lamina propria
c. Is the area where glands are located and aids in the lubrication of the vagina
d. Lined by tall columnar epithelium, non-ciliated
48. The transition zone:
a. Is lined by both tall columnar epithelium and simple squamous epithelium
b. Is the junction between the endocervix and the ectocervix
c. Cotton swab during Paps smear must go beyond this point
d. Shed during menstruation
49. During delivery, the cervix undergo dilatation under the influence of what hormone?
a. Relaxin
b. Collagenase
c. Progesterone
d. Estrogen
50. During ovulation, the cervix has watery secretion to permit access by sperm. During luteal phase and
pregnancy, it:
a. Lessens its secretions but it becomes more viscous
b. of the secretion is watery, is viscous
c. Influenced by progesterone to undergo cervical dilatation for easy passage of the fetus
d. It is measure during internal examination, with 6-7 cms the highest grade that allows delivery
51. Also known as the pregnant endometrium?
a. Decidua
b. Chorion
c. Placenta
d. Cytotrophoblast
52. Implantation is described as, except?
a. Penetration of the uterine epithelium by the blastocyst and is the initial step in placentation
b. Blastocyst activity involves the trophoblast undergoing rapid cellular division and
differentiation in to more than 2 layers
c. The blastodisk becomes the embryo
d. The syncytiotrophoblast is the highly invasive outer layer with multiple nuclei
53. The derivatives of CHorion except?
a. Trophoblast
b. Extraembyonic mesoderm
c. Both
d. Neither
54. This region of chorion lies adjacent to the decidua basalis:
a. Chorionfrondosum
b. Chorionlaeve
c. Both
d. Neither
55. The chorionlaeve is the, except?
a. Part adjacent to the decidua capsularis
b. Derived from trophoblast
c. Fetal part of placenta
d. Fuses with decidua parietalis midway through pregnancy
56. The external syncytiotrophoblast surface is densely covered with microvilli which increase the a bsorptive
surface and have many receptors and transporters for uptake of material from maternal blood.
a. True
b. False
57. Placenta is an endocrine organ.
a. True
b. False
58. The placenta is described as the following except?
a. the site of nutrient, waste, O2, and CO2 exchanges between the mother and the fetus and
contains tissues from both individuals
b. Maternal tissues are retained in pregnancy as blood vessels fill syncytiotroph-lined lacunae
c. The embryonic part is the chorion, derived from the former trophoblast, and the maternal part is
from the decidua basalis
d. The two trophoblast layers together form chorionic villi that project into the blood-filled lacunae
of the decidua and provide a larger surface for nutrient and O2 absorptio n
59. All of the following are true except:
a. Syncytiotrophs secrete hormones HCG and Prolactin
b. Cytotrophoblast secretes Chorionic thyrotropin and chorionic thyrotropin
c. Decidual cells secrete hormones like estrogen and progesterone
d. Lactogen is also secreted by the placental cells
60. Follow the transfer of blood from mother to fetus
a. Maternal bloodlacunaesyncytiotrophcytotrophbasal lamina of trophextraembryonic
mesenchymebasal lamina of blood vessels in tertiary villifetal vascular endothelium
b. Maternal blood cytotrophsyncytiotrophbasal lamina of trophextraembryonic
mesenchyme lacunaebasal lamina of blood vessels in tertiary villifetal vascular
endothelium
c. Maternal blood cytotrophsyncytiotroph lacunaebasal lamina of trophextraembryonic
mesenchymebasal lamina of blood vessels in tertiary villifetal vascular endothelium
d. Maternal blood basal lamina of troph cytotrophsyncytiotrophextraembryonic
mesenchyme lacunaebasal lamina of blood vessels in tertiary villifetal vascular
endothelium

61. A female patient complained of hypogastric pai n accompanied by painless intermenstrual vaginal
bleeding. Histologic samples were taken and revealed that the glycogen within the cytoplasm was
resistant to staining. This may be indicative of?
a. Bacterial Vaginosis
b. Normal finding
c. Malignancy or Dysplasia
d. Warts
62. Clue cells are indicative of?
a. Bacterial Vaginosis
b. Normal finding
c. Malignancy or Dysplasia
d. Warts
63. The figure above extends from ____ to ____?
a. Neck of Uterus to External Genitalia
b. Cervix to the Vestibule
c. Neck of Uterus to the Vestibule
d. Cervix to the distal vaginal wall
64. The organ from which the sample was taken is, except?
a. Acidic, primarily due to bacterial metabolism of glycogen
b. Lined by stratified squamous non-keratinized epithelium
c. Rich in glycogen, elastic fiber, lamina propria
d. The walls are studded with few glands that secretes mucus for lubrication
65. The organ has, except:
a. Only 3 layers
b. Contains submucosa, but no adventitia
c. Longitudinal smooth muscle layer and some circular fibers in its muscularis layer
d. The outermost layer is rich in elastic fibers

Homologous structures:

66. Clitoris
67. Bartholins Galnd
68. Labia Minora
69. Labia Majora

a. Scrotum
b. Corpus Spongiosum
c. Cowpers Gland
d. Penis