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fundus

[′fən·dəs]
(anatomy)
The bottom of a hollow organ.
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Dysplasia development is lower than 1% in sporadic fundic gland polyps and there is no relationship between atrophic gastritis and H.
Hirner, "Embolic and septic complications after sclerotherapy of fundic varices with cyanoacrylate," Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, vol.
The limitation of this model is that it does not reproduce other aspects of FD, such as delayed gastric emptying, impaired gastric fundic accommodation, and depression-like behaviors.
Endoscopic variceal ligation (EVL/Glue) was performed for esophageal and fundic varices in 87 patients, adrenaline injection for peptic ulcer bleeding and Mallory-Weiss tear was given in 3 cases (2 cases of peptic ulcer and 1 case of Mallory-Weiss tear).
Glycoconjugate distribution in gastric fundic mucosa of Umbrina cirrosa L.
According to some experts the fourth port is unnecessary3, while others replaced fourth port with sutures for fundic retraction8.
For scanning electron microscopical (SEM) observations, samples were taken from three different regions of the stomach (fundic, cardiac and pyloric) of four adult Egyptian fruit bats of both sexes, these were fixed in 2 % formaldehyde, 1.25 % glutaraldehyde in 0.1 M sodium cacodylate buffer, pH 7.2 at 4[degrees]C.
[7] studied 24 patients all were having severe fundic atrophic gastritis and 17 (71%) had antral atrophic gastritis.
Acid suppression by proton pump inhibitors enhances aquaporin-4 and KCNQ1 expression ingastric fundic parietal cells in mouse.
The stomach was divided into the cardiac, fundic, and pyloric regions.
Leptin is mainly produced in WAT by mature adipocytes, but brown AT, intestine, placenta, mammary glands, gastric fundic epithelium, skeletal muscle, brain, joints (chondrocytes, synoviocytes, and infrapatellar fat pads [IFP]), and bone (osteophytes) also produce it.