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Pseudostratified Epithelium: Despite its name, pseudostratified epithelium is a type of simple epithelium that consists of columnar cells that are of different heights. Pseudostratified epithelium consists of two types of cells: goblet cells and ciliated cells. Pseudostratified epithelium can be found in the linings of the airways, such as the trachea and the main bronchi. Conditions that can afflict the pseudostratified epithelium include dysplagia, infection, trauma, and inflammation.
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