fundus

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fundus

[′fən·dəs]
(anatomy)
The bottom of a hollow organ.
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22 In divergence to our results, a few studies have also reported fundic gland polypi (FGP) to be more prevalent than hyperplastic polypi.
However, fundic appearance varies very little between eyes of one individual, making diagnosis of unilateral fundic changes easier (Maggs, 2013).
According to past experience, it is significantly effective for hemorrhage of the digestive tract due to rupture of esophageal and fundic veins and for ascites and hydrothorax caused by portal hypertension.
Calcium and stimulus-secretion coupling in gastric fundic mucosa: effect of inhibition of calcium transport by Verapamil on gastric acid secretion in the isolated guinea pig fundic mucosa and in healthy subjects.
Hypotony maculopathy is defined as clinical hypotony plus fundic abnormalities, including papilledema, vascular tortuosity, and chorioretinal folds.
When the first exogenous feeding takes place, the alimentary canal is well developed and the stomach is morphologically differentiated into three regions, showing the gastric glands in the fundic area, indicating the genesis of chemical digestion.
Duodenal gastric heterotopia: Further evidence of an association with fundic gland polyps.
Long term use of proton pump inhibitors has also been associated with development of hyperplastic and fundic gland type polyps.
However, the number of inflammatory cells (Mast cells and globule leucocytes) was usually higher in the fundic mucosae from goats receiving tannins than in the control group (Paolini et al.
Fragments of the esophagus, stomach (cardic, fundic and pyloric parts) and intestine (proximal, medial and distal sections) of farmed and wild specimens were washed in 0.