muscularis mucosa


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muscularis mucosa

a thin layer of small muscle cells in the outermost layer of the mucosa of the alimentary canal.
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21] The muscularis mucosa is still visible and quite intact, but its surface is starting to erode, the adipose tissues are starting to invade, the chief cells are degrading, and the parietal cells are redilating due to necrosis.
Another radical cystectomy was avoided because the review showed a T2 tumour with a possible risk of misinterpretation of muscularis mucosa for muscularis propria.
The mucosa consists of epithelium, lamina propria, and muscularis mucosa.
The muscularis mucosa demarcates the mucosa from the submucosa.
Histological diagnosis for true appendicitis requires the presence of neutrophilic infiltration of the muscularis mucosa.
From the best stained sections, intestinal images were taken from villus area, crypt length as well as muscularis mucosa of each intestinal segment.
According to the histomorphological features and the immunohistochemical profile (Figure 3), similar to the first case, the histopathological diagnosis was an IMT of the urinary bladder with muscularis mucosa infiltration.
The lamina muscularis mucosa was constituted by a layer of longitudinal muscle, which had a 0.
Where mucosa was preserved, gastric foveolar epithelium was present, overlying a thickened muscularis mucosa (Fig.
Histology demonstrated features of a classical neuroendocrine carcinoid tumour infiltrating the muscularis mucosa.
Vertical penetration into the bowel wall is limited due to the resistance of the underlying muscularis mucosa, thus resulting in the discoid collar button appearance of these ulcers.
The lamina propria and muscularis mucosa of the inner mucus membrane was normal, and the vascular endothelium was regular.