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Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . H^ ??in* aS« 4^7 Surface views of mucous membrane of ascetidinji colon. A, natural size ; B, magnified 30 diameters, showing orifice of Lieberkiihns glands. often exist in such profusion that the ordinary cells are almost entirely replaced ;towards the deepest part, or fundus, of the glands they are comparatively infrequent.The presence of goblet-cells in such numbers accounts for the considerable amountof mucus normally poured into the large intestine. Fig. 1407. Lieberkiihns glands Solitary lymph-nodule. Longit

Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . H^ ??in* aS« 4^7 Surface views of mucous membrane of ascetidinji colon. A, natural size ; B, magnified 30 diameters, showing orifice of Lieberkiihns glands. often exist in such profusion that the ordinary cells are almost entirely replaced ;towards the deepest part, or fundus, of the glands they are comparatively infrequent.The presence of goblet-cells in such numbers accounts for the considerable amountof mucus normally poured into the large intestine. Fig. 1407. Lieberkiihns glands Solitary lymph-nodule. Longit Stock Photo
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Human anatomy, including structure and development and practical considerations . H^ ??in* aS« 4^7 Surface views of mucous membrane of ascetidinji colon. A, natural size ; B, magnified 30 diameters, showing orifice of Lieberkiihns glands. often exist in such profusion that the ordinary cells are almost entirely replaced ;towards the deepest part, or fundus, of the glands they are comparatively infrequent.The presence of goblet-cells in such numbers accounts for the considerable amountof mucus normally poured into the large intestine. Fig. 1407. Lieberkiihns glands Solitary lymph-nodule. Longitudinal muscleSerous coat Longitudinal section of ascending colon, showing general arrangemetit of coats and solitary lymph-nodule. X 30. The lyynphatic tissue in definite collections occurs as solitary nodules only,Peyers patches being absent within the large intestine. The lymph-nodules, whichoccupy a portion of the submucous coat as well as the mucosa, are largest and most THE LARGE IXTPLSTINE. 1659 numerous in the caecum, and especially in the vermiform appendix, in which thenodules are so plentiful that they form in places almost a continuous mass of lymphoid tissue. The solitary follicles are less fre- FlG. 1408.

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