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oxyntic

 [ok-sin´tik]
secreting acid, as the parietal (oxyntic) cells.

ox·yn·tic

(ok-sin'tik),
Acid forming, for example, the parietal cells of the gastric glands.
[G. oxynō, to sharpen, make sour, acid]

oxyntic

/ox·yn·tic/ (ok-sint´ik) secreting acid, as the parietal (oxyntic) cells.

ox·yn·tic

(ok-sin'tik)
Acid-forming, e.g., the parietal cells of the gastric glands.
[G. oxynō, to sharpen, make sour, acid]

oxyntic

secreting acid, as the parietal (oxyntic) cells of the stomach.

oxyntic cells
gastric mucosal cells that secrete gastric acid.
oxyntic glands
glands in the gastric mucosa that contain oxyntic cells.
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5,6] In the present series of experiment, it was found that the oxyntic cells do not exhibit any disintegration, it is due to their comparatively long life.
Comparison of Various Features Detected With Multiphoton Microscopy Imaging and Histology Features That Correlate Well Features That Do Not Correlate Well Between MPM and Histology Between MPM and Histology Squamous epithelium Presence of inflammatory cells Gastric glands (gastric cardia Details of connective tissue stroma and oxyntic mucosa) Presence of goblet cells Nuclear details Esophageal papillae Delineation of stroma
All three sites are characterized by pure oxyntic mucosa".
Biopsies from salmon-colored tongues in the tubular esophagus may display cardiac-type or oxyntic epithelium with or without IM (goblet cells).
Benign gastric oxyntic glands showed consistent nonspecific cytoplasmic blush staining for IMP3.
Some investigators define the gastroesophageal junction as the proximal tips of the gastric rugal folds, whereas others use a histologic definition, namely the proximal extent of oxyntic mucosa.
The gastric mucosa can be oxyntic or less commonly antral.
Alternatively, in the oxyntic mucosa, chief and parietal cells show diffuse cytoplasmic staining and canalicular system staining, respectively.
The intra-epithelial lymphocytes within oxyntic glands of the fundus and corpus were considerably less numerous than in the surface epithelium and averaged 5 and 4, respectively, per 100 epithelial cell nuclei.
Thick sections ([is greater than] 4 [micro]m) should be avoided to prevent the oxyntic mucosa from becoming darker than desired.