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Histology of Large Intestine Walls
Label the mucosa and submucosa of the large intestine wall by clicking and dragging the labels to the correct location
Lumen
Mucosa with
mucous glands
Muscularis (circular
and longitudinal
layers)
Submucosa
Serosa
O Victor P. Eroschenko
<Prav
18 of 20
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Histology of Large Intestine Walls Label the mucosa and submucosa of the large intestine wall by clicking and dragging the labels to the correct location Lumen Mucosa with mucous glands Muscularis (circular and longitudinal layers) Submucosa Serosa O Victor P. Eroschenko <Prav 18 of 20 Next >

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