fundic mucosa

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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Glycoconjugate distribution in gastric fundic mucosa of Umbrina cirrosa L.
Mignon, "Influence of long-term treatment with proton pump inhibitors on serum gastrin levels and fundic mucosa. Preliminary results," Gastroenterologie Clinique et Biologique, vol.
An ulcerated lesion, 2 cm in diameter, was seen in the fundic mucosa and the edge of the ulcer was biopsied.
Histopathological Changes of the Stomach Fundic Mucosa. As demonstrated in Figure 2, the SHAM group showed normal surface mucous columnar cells (black arrows) and intact glandular cells (star).
Caption: Figure 2: Effect of manuka honey on the histopathological changes of stomach fundic mucosa examined in acetic acid-induced gastric ulceration in rats (H&E x20).
Sporadic and familial adenomatous polyposis-associated PGAs show a predilection for older female patients, and tend to be located in the fundic mucosa, (16, 18, 19) while Lynch syndrome-associated PGAs have conversely been reported to be more commonly observed in young males.
Grossly, PGA presents as a polypoid lesion in the fundic mucosa. Microscopically, PGA consists of small to medium-sized glands, with occasional cystic dilatation, showing round and basally located nuclei (Figure 1, A and C).
Calcium and stimulus-secretion coupling in gastric fundic mucosa: effect of inhibition of calcium transport by Verapamil on gastric acid secretion in the isolated guinea pig fundic mucosa and in healthy subjects.
pylori-negative subjects showed an endoscopically normal stomach with a C-0 atrophic border and histologically normal fundic mucosa, and 10 subjects showed mild atrophic change (C-1).
Stimulation by nitric oxide of gastric secretion in bullfrog fundic mucosa. J Physiol Pharmscol 52:93-105.
MPM Images of Normal Gastric Cardia and Fundic Mucosa
They found that 57% of patients lacked intestinal metaplasia and that most tumors (70%) developed in cardiac-type or fundic mucosa. These data have led some authorities to propose that the diagnosis of Barrett esophagus need not require the presence of goblet cells.