mucosa


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mucosa

[myü′kō·sə]
(histology)
A mucous membrane.
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In the gastrointestinal portion of the alimentary tract, tight junctions between the simple columnar epithelial cells of the mucosa serve as a selectively permeable barrier.
Upon induction of endotracheal anesthesia, the vocal fold mucosa was stained with 1% methylene blue.
Acute haemorrhagic gastritis is characterised by the presence of hyperaemic, oedematous mucosa, erosions/ulcers and active bleeding, and is usually seen in stress situations (e.
Pitaru and his fellow researchers have already succeeded in coaxing oral mucosa stem cells into becoming other significant cells, including bone, cartilage, muscle, and even neurons.
El estudio histopatologico del intestino, principalmente del colon, revelo necrosis y erosion en todo el espesor de la mucosa, con edema de la submucosa e infiltrado inflamatorio de tipo monomorfonuclear que comprometio la mucosa y submucosa, compuesto principalmente por linfocitos, plasmocitos y macrofagos.
Mucosa associated lymphoid tissue lymphoma of the rectum that regressed spontaneously.
Eggs produced are deposited in the tracheal mucosa, swallowed, and pass in the feces.
Treatment of ORN is by surgical resection of all necrotic tissue and primary closure of the mucosa.
In HIV-infected patients, lichen planus often occurs on the buccal mucosa, typically with a reticulated pattern.
GSH ranged from 94% of free tissue glutathione in intestinal mucosa up to 98% in the heart; the amount of protein-bound glutathione in precipitated protein was <0.
Ask your pharmacist to provide a list of other drugs which, although neither sustained-release nor enteric-coated, should not be crushed because they may irritate the oral mucosa, are extremely bitter, or contain dyes or substances that stain the teeth or mucosa.
There is preliminary evidence that the type of carbohydrate in the diet, particularly whether it is a simple sugar or a complex carbohydrate such as starch, can have marked effects on the colonic mucosa function, possibly influencing colon cancer.