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HISTOARCHITECTURE AND HISTOCHEMISTRY OF DUODENUM AND JEJUNUM OF THE GOAT ( CAPRA HIRCUS )

@inproceedings{Gahlot2017HISTOARCHITECTUREAH,
  title={HISTOARCHITECTURE AND HISTOCHEMISTRY OF DUODENUM AND JEJUNUM OF THE GOAT ( CAPRA HIRCUS )},
  author={Parveen Kumar Gahlot and Pawan Kumar and Gurdial Singh},
  year={2017}
}
The tissues from duodenum and jejunum were collected from six young goats and processed for light microscopy. The villi of the duodenum and jejunum varied in shape and size. These were lined by simple columnar epithelium with few goblet cells. The intestinal glands were simple tubulo-acinar type having simple cuboidal to low columnar epithelium. Lamina muscularis mucosa was uniform in thickness. The submucosa was having loose irregular connective tissue and Brunner’s glands in duodenum and… 

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