subserosal


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sub·se·rous

, subserosal (sŭb-sē'rŭs, sŭb-sē-rō'săl),
Beneath a serous membrane.

subserosal

/sub·se·ro·sal/ (-sēr-o´s'l)
1. pertaining to the subserosa.
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Subserosal or intramural fibroids until calcified or large enough to enlarge or distort the uterine cavity are not apparent on HSG examination.
9%) as opposed to the subserosal layer with 4% of cases involving gas in both the layers.
The uterine corpus is distorted by multiple myometrial nodules and a large subserosal nodule (red arrowhead).
Pedunculated subserosal fibroids: Traditionally, these have been considered a relative contraindication to UAE due to potential risk of detachment, when the uterine pedicle is narrow (2).
There were 89 cases of intermural fibroids, 31 cases of subserosal fibroids and 20 cases of submucosal fibroids.
The histopathology examination confirmed the diagnosis of small bowel melanoma with gross description of small bowel loop 12 cm long with a blackish nodularity protruding from the subserosal surface (Figure 2A).
Intestinal endometriosis often affects the serosa and subserosal layers, but can occasionally be found in the muscularis propria, submucosa and mucosa.
Epiploic appendices (or appendices epiploicae) constitute small pouches of subserosal fat that project into the peritoneal cavity and line in two rows parallel to the tenia coli of the colon.
The bacterial organisms were also present in the subserosal vessels, and similar scattered colonies were noted on the mucosal surface and intramurally.
Because the number of patients in the leiomyoma subgroups was insufficient to perform an adequate statistical analysis, we were unable to analyze the association between myoma localization (intramural, subserosal, and submucosal) and SNPs of GPR30.
At low power the tumor was characterized by a nested growth pattern involving the subserosal adipose tissue, submucosa, and demonstrated infiltration into the lamina propria.
Effect of intramural, subserosal, and submucosal uterine fibroids on the outcome of assisted reproductive technology treatment.