pseudostratified epithelium

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pseudostratified epithelium

[¦sü·dō′strad·ə‚fīd ‚ep·ə′thē·lē·əm]
(histology)
A type of epithelium in which all cells reach to the basement membrane but some extend toward the surface only part way, while others reach the surface.
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3 Q-T) that gradually disappear and which is gradually transformed into pseudostratified columnar epithelium.
The sole is also thicker, with pseudostratified columnar cells that are often ciliated (Avila-Poveda et al.
The epithelium covering the villi and the intervillous spaces was pseudostratified columnar in type (Fig.
The sinus tract for each patient was lined with pseudostratified columnar epithelium with seromucinous glands.
The striated ducts had simple columnar epithelium while the excretory ducts had the pseudostratified columnar epithelium with goblet cells.
Histologically, there are three patterns: urethral type, lined with pseudostratified columnar epithelium; epidermoid type, lined with squamous stratified epithelium; and mixed type, which incorporates both types of epithelium.
Bronchogenic cysts are lined by a pseudostratified columnar ciliated respiratory epithelium.
Pseudostratified columnar epithelial cells were absent from some areas.
Histopathologically, nasal granuloma was composed by myxomatous stroma filled with inflammatory cells and lined by pseudostratified columnar epithelium.
(1,2) The tumor consists of pointed or blunt finger-like processes lined by pseudostratified columnar epithelium (Figure 1, A).
Ductal carcinoma cases were characterized by distinctive pseudostratified columnar epithelial cells in papillary or cribriform architectures, whereas acinar tumors exhibited glands and acini lined by a single layer of cuboidal cells [Figure 1].
Exophytic papilloma shows delicate fibrovascular cores covered by epithelium that varies between three types: squamous; ciliated, pseudostratified columnar respiratory type epithelium; and transitional epithelium (figure 2).