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submucosa

 [sub″mu-ko´sah]
areolar tissue situated beneath a mucous membrane.

sub·mu·co·sa

(sŭb'myū-kō'să), [TA]
A layer of tissue beneath a mucous membrane; layer of connective tissue beneath the tunica mucosa. [TA lists submucosae of the following viscera: bronchi, esophagus, small and large intestines, pharynx, stomach, bladder.]

submucosa

/sub·mu·co·sa/ (sub″mu-ko´sah) areolar tissue situated beneath a mucous membrane.

submucosa

(sŭb′myo͞o-kō′sə)
n.
A layer of loose connective tissue beneath a mucous membrane.

sub′mu·co′sal adj.
sub′mu·co′sal·ly adv.

sub·mu·co·sa

(sŭb'myū-kō'să) [TA]
A layer of tissue beneath a mucous membrane; the layer of connective tissue beneath the tunica mucosa.
Synonym(s): tela submucosa.

sub·mu·co·sa

(sŭb'myū-kō'să) [TA]
Layer of tissue beneath mucous membrane; layer of connective tissue beneath tunica mucosa. [TA lists submucosae of the following viscera: bronchi, esophagus, small and large intestines, pharynx, stomach, bladder.]

submucosa (sub´mūkō´sə),

n the tissue layer beneath the oral mucosa. It contains connective tissues, vessels, and accessory salivary glands.

submucosa

connective tissue situated beneath a mucous membrane.
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The mucosal lamina propria has eosinophilic granular cells, which are noticeably more abundant in the boundary between the lamina propria and submucosa (Fig.
La submucosa esta formada por tejido conectivo laxo con abundantes capilares sanguineos y vasos linfaticos, fibroblastos, fibras conectivas y, ocasionalmente, linfocitos aislados.
Study of biocompatibility of small intestinal submucosa (SIS) with Schwann cells in vitro.
Therefore, the mucosa did not appear separate from the submucosa (Fig.
It was in the intracellular spaces between cells at the epithelial surface and in the cell cytoplasm, and we also saw it in the submucosa and in the lamina propria.
It is critical that the en face section be of full thickness including mucosa, submucosa, and muscularis, because carcinoma may involve any of these layers.
9 This pedunculated and uncapsulated lesion with pseudoepitheliomatous hyperplasia, chronic inflammatory infiltrate mainly plasma cells in submucosa and typical collagen pattern favours the diagnosis of irritation fibroma than true fibroma.
Many of these ECM materials have been commercialized for a variety of therapeutic applications and most widely studied ECM scaffolds are derived from the small intestinal submucosa (SIS) (Abraham, 2000; Pickett, 2004; Alpert, 2005 and Jones, 2005).
The gastrointestinal submucosa is a region rich in immune targets that modulate local and systemic diseases, including inflammation," said Tahir Mahmood, Ph.
The absorption of digested nutrients, water, and electrolytes is possible because of projections of the mucosa and submucosa into the lumen of the digestive tract.
The presence of inter-observer error among surgeons and very importantly the presence of inflammation only in the mucosa and submucosa in early appendicitis (endo-appendicitis), in addition to the presence of some form of subacute appendicitis which may not have macroscopic signs of inflammation will all contribute to the high false negative rate when diagnosis is based on operative findings.
2] of submucosa obtained above 3 cm proximal to the pectinate line and serially sectioned, and the absence of ganglion cells is diagnostic of Hirschsprung's disease.