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TRANSITIONAL EPITHELIUM, URETER, 100X Shows: many cell layers, cells near the surface that are pear-shaped, supporting connective below. Unstretched state. Also, found in the bladder. Photograph by Ed Reschke

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TRANSITIONAL EPITHELIUM, URETER, 100X Shows: many cell layers, cells near the surface that are pear-shaped, supporting connective below. Unstretched state. Also, found in the bladder. by Ed Reschke
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