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submucosal

/sub·mu·co·sal/ (-mu-ko´sal)
1. pertaining to the submucosa.
2. beneath a mucous membrane.

sub·mu·cous

, submucosal (sŭb-myū'kŭs, -myū-kō'săl)
Beneath a mucous membrane.
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13) found significantly higher diagnostic accuracy of EUS-FNA (94%) compared to endoscopic mucosal forceps biopsy (87%), and this was particularly true in the case of submucosal lesions and infiltrative malignancies.
Between the intramuscular groups and Sub mucosal group, those who underwent bilateral impactions, had improved quality of life when given submucosal dexamethasone.
Low-power photomicrograph of gastric angiolipoma showing the overlying gastric antral mucosa and the submucosal proliferation of mature adipose tissue and blood vessels (hematoxylin-eosin, original magnification X20).
Unipolar submucosal diathermy needle electrode is carefully inserted into the medial aspect of inferior turbinate staying parallel to bone, to electrocoagulate the tissue.
Gastric localisation is rare but they should be included in the differential diagnosis of gastric submucosal tumors given their benign nature.
KEY WORDS: Double-channel gastroscope, Endoscopic submucosal dissection, Endoscopic ultrasound, Gastric antrum lesion.
Many different reduction techniques have been applied intending to increase nasal airway passages, such as total or partial turbinectomy, turbinoplasty, submucosal diathermy, radiofrequency coblation technique, cryosurgery and laser treatment.
Our case of submucosal duodenal lipoma is unique on account of its large size, occurrence in male sex, rarity of location, and presentation at young age.
So, in order to explore and define the current optimal submucosal injection solution used in ESD and EMR for GI tract neoplasm in terms of clinical outcomes, we performed this meta-analysis of all eligible randomized controlled trials.
3% Lidocaine is a device that is indicated for submucosal implantation for lip augmentation and dermal implantation for correction of perioral rhytids in patients over the age of 21.
The needle can be used for fine-needle biopsy of lesions of submucosal and extramural lesions within or adjacent to the tracheobronchial tree or gastrointestinal tract.
I would also offer this tip: When addressing the rectal mucosa, try to stay on a submucosal level, and perform a post-repair rectal exam to ensure that the mucosa has not been violated by a suture and to reduce the risk of rectovaginal fistula.