mucosa


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mucosa

[myü′kō·sə]
(histology)
A mucous membrane.
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The prophylactic groups revealed an apparently progressive protective effect against ulceration through the observed conditions of the gastric mucosa (Figures 2g-i).
Furthermore, we verified the presence of HPV56, which also belongs to high-risk HPV types, previously being evidenced in healthy mucosa as well (16).
This article presents a rare case of schwannoma of the buccal mucosa in a very young child and a review of the literature.
The samples of jejunal mucosa were homogenized with the TRIzol reagent (Invitrogen, Carlsbad, CA, USA) to extract the total RNA and treated by DNase I (Invitrogen, Carlsbad, CA, USA) according to the manufacturers guidelines.
The muscularis mucosa was not developed in the 9-12 weeks group (Fig.
The muscle fibres are cut in practically all the directions Body of stomach In the folds of the mucous membrane, muscularis mucosae are seen enter- ing and all the three constituents of mucosa are made out Pyloric part The arrangement of the fibres is of stomach the same as in other parts of the stomach
Then edges of buccal mucosa were approximated by simple continuous suture using no.
pylori-positive gastritis patients with moderate and marked degree of bacterial colonization of the gastric mucosa, in comparison to H.
Infiltration of the oral mucosa may cause xerostomia and dysphagia.
Replacement of damaged oral mucosa requires cell cultures techniques to produce the epithelial sheets.
The first stage of the procedure entailed exploratory laparotomy, TAH, BSO, vaginectomy, and urethral lengthening using an anteriorly based vaginal mucosa flap and labia minora tissues, followed by left radial forearm flap prelamination.
To compare cytotoxicity and genotoxic effects in different layers of oral mucosa of patients undergoing radiotherapy.