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foveola

[fō′vē·ə·lə]
(biology)
A small pit, especially one in the embryonic gastric mucosa from which gastric glands develop.
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The parietal and the foveolar cells are separated by large spaces (Figure 2f).
The lumen of most of the cells was dilated, and the determined foveolar epithelium had dystrophic features and irregular mucoid production in the cells.
Gastric foveolar metaplasia and gastric heterotopia in the duodenum: No evidence of an etiological role for Helicobacter pylori.
Histologically the mucosa reveals oedema, foveolar hyperplasia, smooth-muscle proliferation, regeneration and, on occasion, erosion with a relatively mild inflammatory cell response.
Sample taken from the stomach was a papillary, superficial part of the gastric mucosa, mainly from the foveolar layer.
Ungrading NUD (n=133) Foveolar hyperplasia 24 Degenerative changes 65 Lymphoid follicles 20 Gastric atrophy 11 Intestinal metaplasia 15 Dysplasia 0 Parameters PUD (n=36) A.
It is characterised by a yellow foveolar spot with loss of the foveal depression.
El mesoescudo en vista lateral es 2 veces mas ancho que largo, en vista dorsal, 1,3 veces mas ancho que largo; impresion mesoescudal corta, tan larga como ancha; notaulices completas y bien diferenciadas; escutelo en vista dorsal, 1,6 veces la longitud del mesoescudo; foveas escutelares lisas, carenas laterales debiles en la parte posterior; orificios foveolares grandes y redondeados, 1,5 veces mas largos que anchos; la distancia entre la carena media y el margen interno del orificio foveolar es 3,2 veces el ancho del orificio; espina escutelar amplia en la base, se estrecha gradualmente hacia el apice; surco mesopleural delgado, con ancho uniforme y sin carenas transversales; propodeo areolado, sin carenas longitudinales.
El signo histologico distintivo es hiperplasia foveolar, marcada perdida de glandulas fundicas y alteraciones quisticas asociadas con infiltrado inflamatorio en la lamina propia de neutrofilos, eosinofilos y linfocitos.
Additionally, hyperplastic polyps show elongated, distorted, and branched foveolar glands in a background of edematous and inflamed lamina propria.
sup][1],[2] Long-term duodenogastric reflux (DGR) can cause pathological conditions such as chronic gastritis, foveolar hyperplasia, intestinal metaplasia, gastric dysplasia, gastric polyp, and gastric cancer.
Adhesins that enhance their bacterial adherence to surface foveolar cells.