fundic gland


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fundic gland

A gastric gland in the fundus of the stomach.
See also: gland
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Fundic gland polyps (Elster'scysts) of the gastric mucosa.
Increased risk of fundic gland polyps during long-term proton pump inhibitor therapy.
Sporadic fundic gland polyps are not associated with proton pump inhibitors therapy but negatively correlate with helicobacter pylori infection in China.
Fundic gland polyps, which were previously believed to be hamartomatous, accounted for 59.4% of all polyps in this study, which is similar to reports from other countries: 77% in a 2007-2008 nationwide US population-based study [4], 66.1% in a 2010 Chinese study [8], and 47% in a 1994 German study [6].
This cross-sectional study of asymptomatic individuals revealed a gastric polyp prevalence of 29.8% in Taiwan, with fundic gland polyps accounting for the largest proportion.
Freeman, "Proton pump inhibitors and an emerging epidemic of gastric fundic gland polyposis," World Journal of Gastroenterology, vol.
(B) Epithelium (arrow), gastric pit (a) and fundic gland (b) in fundic glandular region.
The larger parietal cells with small and round nuclei, which distributed in the fundic glands, were filled with strong eosinophilic granules in the cytoplasm.
pH was acidic in abomasum (relatively lower in fundic gland region) and alkaline and stable in pancreas.
In the caudal region, two different portions are observed, the ventral region occupied by the fundic glands with similar features to those described for other mammals (Fig.