pyloric glands


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py·lor·ic glands

the mucus-secreting, coiled, tubular glands of the pylorus.
Synonym(s): glandulae pyloricae

py·lor·ic glands

(pī-lōr'ik glandz)
The coiled, tubular glands of the pylorus; their cells secrete mucus.
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(b) Small packed and round pyloric glands with little intervening stroma.
The plethora of terminology used in scientific literature to describe these lesions includes "pyloric gland adenoma," "tubulopapillary adenoma," and "biliary adenoma" [3].
In the pyloric region the cells of pyloric glands are made of one type of cells, which are stained lightly with H & E stain the mucous flakes.
The pyloric gland except near the bases does not show a normal pattern.
In comparison, the inset shows nonneoplastic pyloric glands that have well-formed mucin caps and strong staining of gastric neutral mucin.
Pyloric gland adenomas (PGAs) are rare neoplasms of the gastrointestinal tract that exhibit gastric pyloric gland differentiation.
The muscularis was more muscular than the pyloric glands, which composed of the outer and inner layers of muscle (Fig.
According to the distribution of the glands in the abomasum (Eerdunchaolu et al., 1999), the yak's abomasum also contained cardiac, gastric and pyloric glands. The mucosa epithelium was simple columnar epithelium.
The CCK-IR cells were detected in the pyloric glands of M.
They were oval or irregular in shape, open to the lumen in the pyloric gland (Figure 14).
MUC6 is expressed in the cytoplasm of antral pyloric glands but also in mucous neck cells and chief cells of the gastric body.
(3,9) Adenomas can also be classified by their cytoarchitectural resemblance to the different parts of the gastrointestinal tract as pyloric gland adenoma, intestinal-type adenoma, and biliary-type adenoma.