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fundus

[′fən·dəs]
(anatomy)
The bottom of a hollow organ.
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By contrast, significant positive correlations were observed between plasma concentrations of CCK, secretin, gastrin, GIP and the chymosin activity in the mucosa of the cardiac, fundic and pyloric gland regions (p<0.
The pH was relatively low in the mucosa of the fundic gland region.
In the testing, pepsin activity in the mucosa of the cardiac and fundic gland regions was higher than that in the pyloric gland region.
pH was acidic in abomasum (relatively lower in fundic gland region) and alkaline and stable in pancreas.
of Patient Age/gender patches Histology Symptoms Response 1 48/female 1 Fundic type Sore throat Partial response 2 58/male 2 Fundic type Sore throat Good Chronic cough response 3 61/male 1 Body type Minimal symptoms NA 4 34/femae 2 Not biopsy Sore throat Good Throat clearing response Cough 5 84/male 2 Body type Asymptomatic NA NA, not applicable.
Less likely, these birds could have had reduced vision in those eyes for unobserved pathologic reasons, such as centrally mediated disease or retinal disease that was not apparent on fundic examination or had not manifested as behavioral changes noted by the keepers.
The depigmented fundic lesions were most consistent with inactive chorioretinitis.
Association Between Different Types of Cells in 78 Esophageal Biopsies With Original Diagnosis of "Barrett's Esophagus" * Fundic or functional/Cardia ITGC GCM1 GCM2 Epithelium ITGC 30 23 3 0 GCM1 23 6 6 0 GCM2 3 6 0 0 Fundic or junctional/ 0 0 0 10 cardia epithelium * ITGC, intestinal-type goblet cell; GCM1 and GCM2, goblet cell mimickers type 1 and type 2, respectively (see text).
24) In captive raptors with a history of traumatic injury, clinicians should be aware of the potential for ocular injury that is not apparent unless a fundic examination is performed.
The homogenate of fundic mucosa was analyzed for gastric pepsin activity using the method described by Rick (1965) with slight modifications.
In the subepithelial region of the fundic lamina propria, a thick hyalinized collagen band with entrapped capillaries, fibroblasts, and inflammatory cells was identified (Figure 2).