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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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Endoscopic methods, even with biopsy, evaluate only the extent of mucosal disease; submucosal and serosal-mesenteric disease will not be fully appreciated.
The investigators determined that there was a "normal" submucosal bacterial community (microbiome) in both health and disease that was different from the bacteria present in the mucosal and luminal populations, Dr.
Sections for light microscopy sections were cut from the electron microscopy blocks, and areas were selected for either bronchus with submucosal glands or lung with alveoli.
Gastric submucosal lesions are usually evident after endoscopic investigation, which is in turn regularly performed due to the symptom profile of these lesions.
No cases were reported to have patchy submucosal involvement without any mass lesion, and there has been no reported association with myelodysplastic/ myeloproliferative disease, unclassifiable.
Submucosal accumulation of fat in inflammatory bowel disease: CT/pathological correlation.
EUS showed that the lesion was submucosal and hypoechoic.
In 55 percent of the cases, the researchers observed atrophy, or even some outright loss, of submucosal glands.
Solesta is injected in the deep submucosal layer in the proximal part of the anal canal.
These changes are characterized by increased glycolitic metabolism, muscle fiber loss, and fragmentation of submucosal elastic fibers.
Efficiently accessing the submucosal tissue along the gastrointestinal tract is vital to effectively and safely targeting key modulators of chronic inflammation," said Richard Blumberg, MD, scientific advisor to Applied Molecular Transport and Chief of Gastroenterology at Brigham and Women's Hospital, Co-Director of Harvard Digestive Diseases Center and Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School.
At the ureterovesical junction, 3 ureteral segments are distinguished: the juxtavesical, intramural, and submucosal segments.