intestinal glands


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in·tes·ti·nal glands

[TA]
tubular glands in the mucous membrane of the small and large intestines.

in·tes·ti·nal glands

(in-tes'ti-năl glandz) [TA]
The tubular glands in the mucous membrane of the small and large intestines.
Synonym(s): intestinal follicles, Lieberkühn glands.

Galeati,

Domenico, Italian physician, 1686-1775.
Galeati glands - the tubular glands in the mucous membrane of the small and large intestines. Synonym(s): intestinal glands

Lieberkühn,

(Lieberkuhn), Johann N., German anatomist and physician, 1711-1756.
lieberkühn - concave reflector on a microscope; directs a concentrated beam of light on the material being examined.
Lieberkühn crypts - Synonym(s): Lieberkühn glands
Lieberkühn follicles - Synonym(s): Lieberkühn glands
Lieberkühn glands - the tubular glands in the mucous membrane of the small and large intestines. Synonym(s): intestinal glands; Lieberkühn crypts; Lieberkühn follicles
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Intestinal glands are also developed in the ileum; the lamina propria contains rich, dispersive lymphoid tissue.
Between the bases of the villi are numerous simple tubular intestinal glands, while in the duodenum there are also submucosal glands.
Intestinal glands dilated, V-shaped and plugged with hypereosinophilic secretions.
Heterotopic inclusions Lymph nodes commonly involved Breast tissue Axillary Aggregate of nevus cells Axillary Blue nevus Axillary Squamous epithelium Cervical and peripancreatic Salivary gland tissue Cervical Thyroid follicles Cervical Decidual tissue Pelvic Epithelium of paramesonephricus type Pelvic Intestinal glands Mesenteric Mesothelial cells Mediastinal and retroperitoneal Pantanowitz & Upton, 2003.
17-20 weeks: With Phloxine-Tartrazine stain, Paneth cells were observed in the crypts of the intestinal glands. The cells still did not show secretory granules (Fig.3).