seromucous

seromucous

 [se″ro-mu´kus]
both serous and mucous.

se·ro·mu·cous

(sē'rō-myū'kŭs),
Pertaining to a mixture of watery and mucinous material, such as that of certain glands.

seromucous

/se·ro·mu·cous/ (-mu´kus) both serous and mucous.

se·ro·mu·cous

(sēr'ō-myū'kŭs)
Pertaining to a mixture of watery and mucinous material, such as that of particular glands.

seromucous

both serous and mucous.
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1,49) They can also be seen in other major and minor salivary glands, as well as in the seromucous glands within the sinonasal cavity and larynx.
Polymorphous low-grade adenocarcinoma of seromucous glands of the nasopharynx.
Sinonasal tract seromucous adenocarcinomas: A report of 12 cases.
Twenty samples of serous, mucous, and seromucous secretions were collected during surgery from the middle ears of patients suffering from otitis media.
Necropsy showed grossly swollen livers and spleens, as well as seromucous enteritis in all blackbirds and owls; histology showed various degrees of multifocal acute necrosis in liver and spleen.
4) It has been hypothesized that they arise from the overlying schneiderian epithelium like the normal seromucous glands of the nasopharynx and paranasal sinuses.
The seromucous gland proliferation of the READ hamartoma can likewise be confused with inverted papilloma.
5-8] Adenocarcinomas of the nasopharynx account for less than 10% of all carcinomas, originate from the submucosal seromucous glands or the adjacent sinonasal mucosa, and usually resemble salivary gland tumors.
It is a seromucous gland--two-third serous and one-third mucous.
1) They demonstrated that the concave side has a longer saccharin clearance time, a more significant loss of cilia, fewer seromucous glands, and more inflammatory cells than does the convex side.