fundic mucosa

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fundic mucosa

The gastric mucosa of the proximal stomach, which is characterised by tubular (“straight”) acid-secreting glands, with scattered mucus cells in the upper gland and chief (zymogenic) cells in the lower gland with scattered endocrine (ECL) cells.
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Subsequent biopsy of the antral and corpus mucosa was performed for 187 persons.
Deficiency of B12 vitamin can be a result of malnutrition, celiac disease, injury of stomach corpus mucosa and its function (atrophic gastritis).
In the florid phase microscopy reveals a dense infiltrate of lymphocytes and plasma cells involving the entire thickness of the corpus mucosa with destruction of the oxyntic glands.
As a result of screening to determine the following groups of patients: severe antral mucosa atrophy, moderate antral mucosa atrophy, mild antral mucosa atrophy, severe corpus mucosa atrophy, and other respondents of noninvasive screening of atrophic gastritis, the following criteria were used (Tables 1 and 2).
All patients were diagnosed with severe antral mucosa atrophy, moderate antral mucosa atrophy, mild antral mucosa atrophy, severe corpus mucosa atrophy, moderate corpus mucosa atrophy, and mild corpus mucosa atrophy with the technique of Pasechnikov et al.
The techniques for the detection of antral mucosal atrophy and corpus mucosa atrophy with no account taken of its severity, as well as severe antral mucosa atrophy and severe corpus mucosa atrophy, are taken as a standard, as they have been verified by a large number (450 patients) of comparative histological analyses.