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submucosa

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