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Histology of Human Organs will be a most useful resource particularly during any restrictions to accessing your normal learning resources due to the COVID 19 pandemic. Register for a "Free Preview" of a selection of "Lectures" in each topic as indicated in the "Course curriculum" below. You can continue to access these resources for just $10.99 for 12 months access! Make sure your histology professor and fellow students know about this resource. Ask a class representative or your professor to email me (geoff.meyer@uwa.edu.au) if you want your class to enrol for a further reduced fee for all students - and staff! If you go to https://www.histology-online.com and register for full access (ONLY $19.99 AUD) to the Online, Interactive Atlas, you get FREE ACCESS to "Histology of Cells and Basic Tissues" and "Histology of Human Organs" for 12 months!

What you'll learn

This curriculum in histology of human organs is typical of what students study in any medical, dental, and allied health course at colleges and universities throughout the world. Emphasis is placed on viewing extensive images and histological sections of human organs as you would do in a traditional histology laboratory practical session - but with accompanying audio descriptions.

  • Histological structure of human organs

    All organs in the human body are composed of combinations of the four basic tissues - epithelium, connective tissues, muscle tissue and nerve tissues. This course describes the histological structure of all human organs and explains the functional role/s of each.

  • Correct answers to extensive quiz questions

    Complete extensive quizzes to prepare for your histology examinations. These questions are the same questions I have used in my 40 years teaching histology!

Course curriculum

How will you learn the content?

Each topic contains numerous short videos describing the relevant histological details

  • View detailed explanations

    View a detailed description of each organ in the human body and have relevant histological structures indicated by arrows and other markers on high resolution images. And at the end of each topic complete an extensive quiz to confirm your understanding. A perfect way to prepare for your histology examination!

Get a great score in your histology examinations

Complete quizzes at the end of each topic

Do you want a high score in your histology examinations? The online interactive atlas contains extensive quiz questions at the end of each topic. Each of the quiz questions are very similar to what you'd be asked in your examination because I have used them in my 40 years teaching histology!