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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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8) studied 36 cases with flat gastric infiltrating tumors that had been diagnosed by EUS and compared conventional biopsy versus the bite-on-bite technique with or without endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR) to obtain submucosal tissue from the lesions.
Endoscopy reveals a submucosal mass and biopsy is easily taken.
Factors associated with operative hysteroscopy outcome in patients with uterine adhesions or submucosal myomas.
In current study, submucosal injection of dexamethasone of 4 mg administered pre operatively showed significant decrease in edema(p [?
Nonneoplastic submucosal gastric lesions include inflammatory fibroid polyp.
Surgical treatment is directed towards the mucosa of turbinate, submucosal tissue and turbinate bone.
STER was another effective and safe endoscopic resection techniques for submucosal tunneling which are located in the middle and distal thirds of the esophagus.
Their rarity and the fact that they are often not recognized as a possible diagnosis for submucosal tumors of the stomach explain this difficulty.
There were no significant differences in submucosal injection frequency, specimen size, en bloc resection rate and perforation rate between the two endoscopic groups.
Conclusion: Our study concludes that cryosurgery is more effective than submucosal diathermy in terms of relief of nasal obstruction caused by hypertrophied inferior turbinates.
In the duodenum, lipomas occur mostly in the second part, often in the submucosal plane, but can also be subserosal, sessile, or pedunculated.
In order to facilitate easier and safe performance of the two procedures, a submucosal injection solution is always required to lift the lesion from muscular layer.