Diagram of what happens to female germ cells

Here’s an interactive drawing I made that shows what happens to female germ cells over time. I think it’s kind of helpful to see the numbers (and stages) of the germ cells mapped out by age – it gives you a visual sense of what happens throughout life.

I can’t post the drawing on our website because of wordpress limitations – but I was able to post it on my Pathology Student website. Yay!

Respiratory tree drawings

Thought I’d share a drawing with you guys in case it helps. It’s a better version of the one I made in class showing how the wall of the respiratory passageways changes as you go from bronchi to alveoli. There are three versions, so you can use it fully labeled, partially labeled, or unlabeled, however it suits you best. Let me know if you find it useful – if so, I’ll make more 🙂


Labeled with passageways only:

Fully labeled:



Quick video on stomach vs. small intestine

When we talked about the GI tract, I mentioned that when I was first learning this stuff as a student, I got hung up on trying to tell apart stomach and small intestine. They both have glands at the bottom and other structures (pits in the stomach, villi in the small intestine) on top…and I had a hard time visualizing how they were different.

So I made a short video explaining the difference. I think it’s easier to understand if you can see someone drawing on the pictures. So here it is – I hope if some of you had the same problem that this will solve it!