gastric gland


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gastric gland

[′gas·trik ‚gland]
(anatomy)
Any of the glands in the wall of the stomach that secrete components of the gastric juice.
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2015) Helicobacter pylori activates and expands Lgr5(+) stem cells through direct colonization of the gastric glands.
2: Showing degenerated CEC (arrow), vacuolization (broken arrow), thin top plate (arrow head) and lesions in gastric gland (white arrow) under normal microscopy (AL x 400), 1.
C, Multiphoton microscopy reveals individual gastric oxyntic glands that are separated by a mesh of collagen fibers at the deeper part of the mucosal layer ([greater than or equal to] 60 m depth) D, The corresponding light-microscopic image shows there are chief cells and parietal cells in each gastric gland (hematoxylin-eosin, original magnifications x400 [B and D]).
In the microscopic evaluation, cellular infiltration, dilatation of the gastric glands, ulcers, edema, hemorrhage and an increase in the number of mastocytes and eosinophils [4, 5, 11, 14, 17, 54, 89] are observed.
Traces of these fibers were also noticed along the length of the gastric glands in the corpus and pyloric regions Fig.
Compared to the pyloric region, the gastric corpus presents simple tubular gastric glands (gg) and a tunica muscularis composed of smooth muscle arranged in inner oblique (om) and outer circular layers (cm) (Papanicolaou stain; x100, x200, respectively).
Herbal formula of these supplements supports functions of gastric glands which produce pepsin and support enzyme activities that help in digestion.
Nearly hundred years ago a well known anatomist, Bizzozero, reported that the spirochetes inhibit the gastric glands and the canaliculated of the parietal cells.
5: nearly the whole mucosa contains dense infiltrate which separates gastric glands
Fundic region (fundus), the largest part of the stomach, which is situated between the cardia and pylorus and contains the fundic or gastric glands.
The gastric glands have dwindled away at least 15 separate times across the animal tree of life, explains Filipe Castro of the University of Porto in Portugal.
On the other hand, Figure 2 showed histopathological study of six groups that indicated the following: (a) normal control, (b) nontreated control "cotton pellet induced granuloma" that showed moderate degeneration of gastric glands, (c) treated group with indomethacin (10 mg/kg) that caused the wide spread necrosis of gastric glands, (d) treated group with C.