Anatomy and Histology
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Division of Clinical Anatomy

Facilities

f2.jpgUndergraduate Microscopy Laboratory

The undergraduate microscopy lab is equipped with 142 state of the art NIKON microscopes where effective teaching enhance the knowledge and skills of students in Cytology, Biology, Embryology and Histology. Slides are demonstrated on monitors before students can observe and draw "what they see" on their own slides under the microscopes.  The computer laboratory (GERGA) is also used for digital teaching in the form of Tutorials that has to be completed before the end of each module. 

 

 

f5.jpgDissection halls with cadavers and articulated skeletons

The Anatomy Division has four dissection halls, two large halls with dissection tables and cadavers for 120 students, and two halls with dissection tables and cadavers for 60 students.  It is also equipped with adequate articulated skeletons and osteological material as well as a Macroview projection system. Each cadaver has a Lodox(R) statscan(R) image to assist medical students in learning practical surface Anatomy.

 

f6.jpgMicroscopy laboratory with high end microscopy units

High quality micrographs, ready for publication can be taken with the modern photo imaging and analysing compound and stereo microscopy systems. Different services are available and training on use of the systems are on offer. Use of the Microscopes can be booked online. 

Details for booking and using of the microscope system: see document below.

Microscope bookings 2019.pdf


 

  

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Histology laboratory

A service laboratory to provide high quality morphology in histology to researchers/investigators and other institutes/companies in the area. The laboratory has a comprehensive service of tissue analysis including routine histological processes (paraffin and frozen), and many other special staining (histochemistry, immunohistochemistry) for histological or pathological studies. Contact Reggie Williams for further detail.

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