Study Informations


HISTOLOGY PRACTICAL

Histology practical is taught in a special equipment room at Theoretical Departments Building (TDB) of the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry (new building, room n. 2.540) with capacity of 30 students. All working benches are equipped with binocular microscopes for observation of classical glass histology slides and personal computers (PCs) with monitors for observation of virtual (digital) histology slides. All student’s PCs are connected to local intranet network with a server running a database of virtual slides for practical sessions. Attached are also supporting documents for practical sessions, teaching presentations, electron micrographs and schematic animations. In the course of two semesters, students are tested for their practical and basic theoretical knowledge of histology with the use of PC-delivered, image-based tests in MCQ formats, with immediate evaluation of results.

Students can study virtual slides also in their own time on PCs available at premises of the Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry intranet environment, or on their own PCs connected via public internet to NIS (Net Image Server, Olympus) database of virtual slides. A guide to connection to NIS is available for download here (pdf).


Introduction of teaching Histology practical with virtual slides was supported by ESF-OPVK grant n. CZ.1.07/2.2.00/28.0089 in years 2012-2014.



A flyer with further informations for Histology students is available for download here (pdf).

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NEWS

NIS-SQL WEB ACCESS TO DATABASE OF HISTOLOGY VIRTUAL SLIDES

Digital histology slides for practical sessions

As of September 2016, the database of histology virtual slides (identical with the set of practical session slides) has a new format of the Web Access which is available now from any public internet connection. For students use the password remains unchanged (N: student/P: student). For successful access, it is recommended to use the Firefox or Chrome browser and type only the numerical part of the previously announced text (http://158.194.8.20). Slides are being labeled with annotations in Czech as well as English languages (some of them still under translation). Although the GUI is very intuitive in this new format of the Web Access, an outlined user guide is available here for download.
Pls. report any possible problems to dimikra@gmail.com. DK

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Author: Doc. MUDr. Dimitrolos Krajčí, CSc


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QUIZZES RESULTS

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