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Pseudostratified columnar epithelium Definition, Structure, Function, Types

Pseudostratified columnar epithelium Definition, Structure, Function, Types

A pseudostratified columnar epithelium an epithelium made up of only one layer of cells which creates the appearance of multiple layers due to the nuclei in the cells are located at various levels. It is histologically an epithelium that is simple, even though when viewed from a cross-section it could appear as an epithelium stratified. The pseudostratified epithelium composed of squamous or cuboidal cells is extremely uncommon, while the columnar epithelium that is pseudostratified occurs across the body.

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