Liver cytology and hepatocytes


Jianan Zhang

Liver cytology is the department of cytology that researches liver cells and their functions. The liver is a critical organ chargeable for nearly all the body’s metabolism. The important liver cells are hepatocytes, Kupffer cells, and liver stellate cells; each with a selected role. Cytology is the department of biology that offers with the development, shape and characteristic of cells. Liver cytology makes a speciality of inspecting liver cells.

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