fundic mucosa

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fundic mucosa

The gastric mucosa of the proximal stomach, which is characterised by tubular (“straight”) acid-secreting glands, with scattered mucus cells in the upper gland and chief (zymogenic) cells in the lower gland with scattered endocrine (ECL) cells.
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In the florid phase microscopy reveals a dense infiltrate of lymphocytes and plasma cells involving the entire thickness of the corpus mucosa with destruction of the oxyntic glands.