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Stratified columnar epithelium


Stratified columnar epithelium
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ShapeMany layers of flat cells
Identifiers
THH2.00.02.0.02032
FMA45564
Anatomical terms of microanatomy

Stratified columnar epithelium is a rare type of epithelial tissue composed of column shaped cells arranged in multiple layers.

Stratified columnar epithelia are found in the conjunctiva of the eye, in parts of the pharynx, anus, the uterus, and the male urethra and vas deferens. It is also found in the lobar ducts in salivary glands.

The cells function in secretion and protection.

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Categories: Epithelium | Anatomy stubs




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