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glandular

, glandulous
of, relating to, containing, functioning as, or affecting a gland
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He's only just come back from glandular fever and it's the sensible thing to do.
Here, GP and Healthspan medical director, Dr Sarah Brewer, explains more about glandular fever and how to avoid it - and what to do if you are unlucky enough to catch it.
On the other hand, we observed that autophagy in the glandular epithelium of benign hyperplasia decreased along with the changes in glandular atrophy after the blockade of cholinergic innervation.
2010) in a study with the "crab-eating racoon" (Procyon cancrivorus) both reported abdominal region glandular quantity and organization similar to that of S.
Depending on the route of infection, the disease may manifest as ulceroglandular, glandular, oculoglandular, oropharyngeal, typhoidal, or pneumonic tularemia (4).
Glandular epithelium is increased by irregular infolding into the lumen giving a pseudopapillary pattern.
Los acidos grasos volatiles (AGV) como el butirico, propionico, acetico y valerico, son derivados de procesos fermentativos de carbohidratos por bacterias gastricas; sin embargo, los AGV han sido relacionados a producir "in vitro" lesiones en la mucosa no glandular de equinos (5, 6).
Results: Tamoxifen administration resulted in variation of glandular shape and increase in glandular epithelial height in group B as compared to control group, p less than 0.
7% were alive at the end of the six-year follow-up whereas out of women whose proportion of glandular tissue was higher than 10% 87.
HEA HE THER W ATHER W A A WA TS ATS ONinsisted she had not suffered a recurrence of glandular fever after losing in the first round of the AustralianA Open.
The aim of this study was to investigate the expression pattern of VEGF and flk-1 in three components (luminal epithelium, glandular epithelium and stroma) of human endometrium during different phases of menstrual cycle using tissue microarray (TMA) analysis.