submucosa


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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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Mas del 90% se originan en la submucosa, localizandose preferentemente en la region antro pilorica, I o que permite explicar I os casos de intususcepcion al piloro o al duodeno, generando en sintomas dispepticos u obstructivos (Kim et al., 2011).
The intestinal wall of the duodenum, jejunum and ileum from the hedgehog can be divided into mucosa, submucosa, muscular, and adventitia layers.
Gastric glomus tumors generally located in the submucosa or muscularis propria of the gastric wall.
Thus, porcine small intestinal submucosa, as a biodegradable tissue, is able to serve as a support for tissue remodeling [10, 15].
Groups Control Control Saline + 30 [micro]g Lamina propria swelling Absent Absent Moderate Submucosa swelling Absent Discrete Intense Mononuclear infiltrate Absent Absent Intense in the mucosal layer Mononuclear infiltrate Absent Absent Moderate in the submucosal layer Crypts Preserved Preserved Severely damaged Groups 3 [micro]g 10 [micro]g 30 [micro]g Lamina propria swelling Moderate Discrete Discrete Submucosa swelling Moderate Moderate Moderate Mononuclear infiltrate Moderate Discrete Moderate in the mucosal layer Mononuclear infiltrate Moderate Discrete Moderate in the submucosal layer Crypts Severely Dilated Partly damaged damaged
Bladder mass biopsy showing important eosinophilic infiltrate of the submucosa on H&E colouration.
Submucosa: After the 27th week, the submucosal glands were observed (16).
Los ciegos piloricos poseen las cuatro capas concentricas del tubo digestivo (mucosa, submucosa, muscular y serosa).
Majority of them principally involve the submucosa and muscularis propria and grow exophytically very slowly.
Role of small intestine submucosa (SIS) as a nerve conduit: preliminary report.
La teoria bacteriana que es la mas aceptada, propone que bacilos formadores de gas entran en la submucosa a traves de defectos en ella; sin embargo, no se han logrado cultivar microorganismos de los quistes.
Microscopic evaluation revealed hemorrhagic infarction with marked neutrophilic necrotizing inflammation involving mucosa, and submucosa. These histopathologic findings confirmed the diagnosis of ischemic colitis.