(9) In fact, in reviewing the limited literature on Brunner gland adenocarcinoma and dysplasia (adenoma), these authors concluded that the dysplastic or neoplastic glandular epithelium in these polyps does not originate from Brunner glands, but rather from the ducts or the surface epithelium overlying the Brunner glands often involved by gastric foveolar
The presence of high-grade dysplasia, biliary, or foveolar
subtype and papillary formation were considered significant histologic risk factors associated with carcinogenesis .
The parietal and the foveolar
cells are separated by large spaces (Figure 2f).
The lumen of most of the cells was dilated, and the determined foveolar
epithelium had dystrophic features and irregular mucoid production in the cells.
epithelium was intact, but beneath the epithelium there were extravasated erythrocytes and edema.
Moreover, the mucosa of the duodenum showed extensive foveolar
metaplasia as well as focal ectopic gastric mucosa.
choroidal circulation and choroidal neovascularization in age-related macular degeneration," Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, vol.
choroidal hemodynamics in proliferative diabetic retinopathy.
Fundus examination shows a subtle bulls eye macular lesion characterized by a central foveolar
island of pigment surrounded by a depigmented zone of RPE atrophy, which is itself encircled by a hyperpigmented ring.
El analisis histopatologico de las biopsias tomadas reportaron gastritis cronica, no atrofica, antral difusa y folicular, con actividad moderada e hiperplasia foveolar
focal, con Helicobacter pylori presente en moderada cantidad (++).
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