Histo-morphomertic, Histochemical Solidity Ruling of the Small Intestine in Hamsters and Rabbit According to Different Food
Keywords:histology, small intestine, rats, doudenum, epithelium.
In the present study, the histo-morphometric comparison study of small intestine in hamsters and rabbit
was aimed. Ten of clinically healthy animals of both sexes were collected by Al-Simawa city, age ranged
between 6 month to 1 year, which was estimated according to the dental equation of the animals. The small
intestine was cut and stained alternatively with Hematoxylin and Eosin (H & E) and (Lilles Alchrome stain).
The current study aims to discover the structures and measurement of small intestine belonging to these
animals specifically their histo-morphometric textures. The anatomical studies revealed that small intestine
of both animals consists of: duodenum, jejunum and ileum. Histological exam was showed that the wall of
small intestine composed of four layers including: mucosa, submucosa, muscularis and serosa and adventitia.
The epithelia of villi small intestine were simple columnar cells for each animal.
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