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mucosa

[myü′kō·sə]
(histology)
A mucous membrane.
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In the present study, we hypothesized that the systemic use of propolis could have a positive effect on wound healing by reducing inflammation in the nasal mucosa and accelerating epithelial closure.
pylori ureA gene more often in the normal nasal mucosa than in the nasal polyps samples (70% vs.
Here, the patient presented with chronic nasal symptoms and recurrent episcleritis, and histopathological granulomatous manifestations of nasal mucosa without evidence of lung and kidney disease, and demonstrated the presence of limited form GPA with absence of ANCA.
Removable packs maybe associated with shearing of the nasal mucosa on removal.
One patient had lacrimal sac flap loss during separation of sac from lacrimal fossa and loss of nasal mucosa during cutting occurred in two patients in external DCR.
Fisetin administration significantly reduced (p < 0.05) histological aberrations induced by OVA in nasal mucosa, spleen, and lungs.
The FDA noted that no adverse effects have been reported, but there is potential for trauma to the nasal mucosa with use of the defective product, and glass particles could inhibit the functionality of the spray bottles.
People are going to the extremes of temperature and theyre nasal mucosa is drying or running and basically their immune system is suppressed and they now have more chances of it being acquired by other folks that have the virus, said Dr.
The nasal mucosa, given its affinities and contiguity to the lower respiratory tract and the sinus mucosa, the heterogeneity of its cellular components, its air conditioning and olfactory functions, and its permanent exposure to the external environment, represents a quite unique, attractive model for studies of host-microbe relationships in health and disease.
The superficial layer comprises of labial dermis and nasal mucosa, the deep layer of oral vestibule and palatal mucosal layer along with the adjoining muscles.
A literature review revealed no previous reports on shrinkage of the nasal mucosa and cartilage of the nasal septum after excision and histological processing.
It is caused by IgE (Immunoglobulin E) mediated reactions within the nasal mucosa due to inhaled allergens, causing nasal inflammation.