mucoserous

mucoserous

 [mu″ko-sēr´us]
composed of mucus and serum.

mu·co·se·rous

(myū'kō-sē'rŭs),
Pertaining to an exudate or secretion that consists of both mucus and serum or a watery component.

mu·co·se·rous

(myū'kō-sēr'ŭs)
Pertaining to an exudate or secretion that consists of both mucus and serum or a watery component.

mu·co·se·rous

(myū'kō-sēr'ŭs)
Pertaining to an exudate or secretion that consists of both mucus and serum or a watery component.

mucoserous

composed of mucus and serum.
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The stroma is variable, ranging from dense and fibrous to loose and myxoid, but usually without minor mucoserous glands.
The 2 challenged calves showed only mild clinical signs consisting of mucoserous nasal discharge, hyperthermia, and moderate leukopenia.
14,15) ACC-HGT typically occurs in the sixth decade and most commonly involves the sinonasal mucoserous glands, submandibular glands, and palate, with only one case in the parotid reported to date.
The tumor surrounds and entombs the associated minor mucoserous salivary glands and invades the surrounding soft tissues, exhibiting a characteristic "targetoid appearance" around nerves (figure 1).
Classically, it involves the mucoserous glands of the hard palate.
In general, excision of the lesion to include adjacent minor mucoserous glands will reduce the chance of recurrence.
11] On the other hand, the identification of melanocytes in the submucosal compartment and mucoserous glands of the larynx[12] led to the assumption that primary malignant melanoma could arise in the larynx not only from melanocytes present in the surface epithelium, but also from those present in the submucosa.
Adenocarcinomas of the sinonasal tract can originate in the respiratory epithelium or the underlying mucoserous glands.
MEC can also involve a variety of other sites that have minor mucoserous glands.
Sinonasal tract adenomatous tumors have been presumed to arise from submucosal mucoserous glands.