foveolar


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fo·ve·o·lar

(fō-vē'ō-lăr), Avoid the mispronunciation foveo'lar.
Pertaining to a foveola.

foveolar

adjective Referring to a foveola.

fo·ve·o·lar

(fō-vē'ō-lăr)
Pertaining to a foveola.
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A mild to moderate dilations of the parietal and foveolar cells are observed, with regeneration and healing (Figure 3c).
A chronic gastritis with marked foveolar hyperplasia, which may be cystic or polypoid, develops proximal to the stoma.
5 veces la longitud del mesoescudo; fosetas escutelares lisas y glabras; orificios foveolares laterales redondeados, 1,5 veces mas largos que anchos; la distancia entre la carena media y el margen interno del orificio foveolar es 3,75 veces el ancho del orificio; espina escutelar dorsalmente muy lisa, con crestas laterales, amplia en la base, se estrecha gradualmente hacia el apice; surco mesopleural ancho y recto con tres carenas transversales; propodeo areolado sin carenas longitudinales.
pylori infection, foveolar hyperplasia, and dysplasia did not differ significantly among these three groups [Table 1].
sup][9],[10],[11] Foveolar artery is barely injured, but only small area blood supply cannot prevent it.
B, Basophilic-stained and cuboid-shaped Sarcina organisms adjacent to normal-appearing foveolar gastric mucosa in a patient with diabetic gastroparesis (hematoxylin-eosin, original magnification X400 [A and B]).
MUC5AC is normally found in the gastric foveolar epithelium.
Fundus examination both eyes (Photo4a&4b) revealed waxy disc pallor with consecutive optic atrophy, gross arterial attenuation, and bony spicules with dull macular foveolar reflex (Retinitis Pigmentosa).
The most commonly encountered subset, the adenomatous type, shares common histologic features with colonic adenoma, (6) whereas the foveolar type, the second most common subset, resembles normal surface-foveolar epithelium and is characterized by cuboidal or low columnar epithelium cells with round monolayered nuclei.
Genetic alterations in gastric adenomas of intestinal and foveolar phenotypes.
Gastric mucin phenotype defines tumour progression and prognosis of intrahepatic cholangiocarcinoma: gastric foveolar type is associated with aggressive tumour behaviour.