Amnion epithelium is thinned, desquamated
on considerable extent.
Surface proteins that promote adherence of Staphylococcus aureus to human desquamated
nasal epithelial cells.
Inspissated mucus and pus, blood clots, desquamated
epithelium, and even ectopic teeth have all been described as endogenous sources (1).
skin cells are likely to be the primary particle type resuspended.
Both are true cysts as they are lined by thin epithelium and show a lumen usually filled with desquamated
keratin, and occasionally containing inflammatory cells.
Because large amounts of epithelium are in contact with the pessary, drainage holes are important to allow desquamated
cells and vaginal discharge to drain.
The formation of detritus amorphous masses and various desquamated
and migrated into the cell lumen continued to dominate (Figures 7, 8).
In 1854, Filippo Pacini in Florence described vibrios in the intestinal contents of cholera victims and was amazed at their large numbers in the mucus and desquamated
Tongue coating, including bacteria, desquamated
cells, and saliva, among others, is one of the important etiological factors of halitosis.
Squamous cells are desquamated
or sloughed off, and as they die they release glycogen that is metabolized by endogenous bacteria to lactic acid, a relatively strong acid that is also protective against pathogens or disease-causing bacteria.
14) Meconium is produced after week 13 of gestation from secretions of the liver and intestinal glands, desquamated
intestinal epithelium, and some amniotic fluid.
2) He proposed that pseudocysts develop when the tonsillar crypt opening becomes plugged, which results in enlargement of the tonsillar tissue secondary to an accumulation of purulent materials or desquamated
cells and keratins.