submucosa


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submucosa

[¦səb·myü′kō·sə]
(histology)
The layer of fibrous connective tissue that attaches a mucous membrane to its subadjacent parts.
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Bladder mass biopsy showing important eosinophilic infiltrate of the submucosa on H&E colouration.
The tunica muscular of the corpus consisted of an internal oblique layer of smooth muscle tissue, with bundles invading the gastric submucosa, and an outer circular layer (Fig.
La submucosa esta formada por tejido conectivo laxo con abundantes capilares sanguineos, vasos linfaticos, fibroblastos, fibras conectivas y ocasionalmente linfocitos aislados.
Rat peripheral nerve regeneration using nerve guidance channel by porcine small intestinal submucosa.
No demarcation was observed between lamina propria and submucosa.
What she did see, however, was a rapid migration of T cells into the submucosa.
However, obstruction of the lumen from an endometrioma or haemorrhage of endometrium in the submucosa are poss ibilities for concomitant pathological findings of both appendicitis and endo metriosis of the appendix.
La reseccion endoscopica de los canceres limitados a la mucosa o submucosa sin afectacion ganglionar tienen una sobrevida similar a la de la cirugia [7].
Biological graft submucosa intestine pig, built to close incisions 13 x 15 cms.
The banded "pseudopolyp" containing the tumor is then cut with a snare at its base, ensuring that some of the uninvolved surrounding mucosa and/or submucosa is attached to the tumor.
The overlying mucosal epithelium showed focal pseudoepitheliomatous hyperplasia with moderate chronic inflammatory infiltrates, predominantly plasma cells in submucosa (Figure 4, 5).