muscularis mucosae

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muscularis mucosae

[‚məs·kyə′lar·əs myü′kō·sē]
(histology)
Thin, deep layer of smooth muscle in some mucous membranes, as in the digestive tract.
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Restaging TUR should always be performed after the initial resection when the initial TUR is incomplete or a T1 tumour is detected in the absence of muscularis propria in the specimen (Grade A recommendation).
The muscularis externs of the stomach is traditionally described as consisting of an outer longitudinal layer, a middle circular layer, and an inner oblique layer.
Meat pH 24 from Bonsmara, Beefmaster and Brahman of carcasses was measured from the Muscularis longissimus thoracis et lumborum muscle at the level of the 10th rib 24 h after slaughter on carcasses that were stored at 0 to 3[degrees]C.
0cm moderately well-differentiated adenocarcinoma invading the muscularis propria.
Two of 4 patients (50%) with tumors invading the muscularis propria died of the disease after 15 and 102 months, and the other 2 (50%) were alive with metastases to the lungs and lymph nodes after 12 and 166 months, respectively.
It recommends that at least five biopsy specimens (two from the greater and lesser curvatures of the corpus, one from the incisura angularis and two from the larger and lesser curvatures of the antrum) with mucosa and muscularis mucosae represented in each biopsy be evaluated.
Discussion includes characteristics of classical and ultrashort Hirschsprung's disease; total intestinal aganglionosis and hypoganglionosis; new diseases like intestinal neuronal dysplasia, desmosis coli, leiomyopathy, architectural malformation, and stretching lesions of muscularis propria; and atrophic desmosis.
The histological examination revealed the presence of pancreatic tissue in the muscularis propria of ileum (Fig.
A detrusor trough is created by incising the muscularis of the bladder for approximately 3 cm and developing flaps with the cautery scissors.
Histological examination and biopsies from the gastric antrum and duodenum demonstrated subacute and chronic inflammation with distinct eosinophilic infiltration of the submucosa and muscularis.
The lamina propria and muscularis mucosa of the inner mucus membrane was normal, and the vascular endothelium was regular.
1) Owing to infiltration of the submucosa by fat, the inner layer mucosa are separated from the outer layer of muscularis propria/serosa (both being of soft tissue density) by a layer of fat (of low attenuation) measuring between-18 to-64 Hounsfield units.