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serosa

 [se-ro´sah]
any serous membrane. adj., adj sero´sal.

se·ro·sa

(se-rō'să), [TA] Do not confuse this word with cirrhosis or sclerosis.
1. The outermost coat or serous layer of a visceral structure that lies in the body cavities of the abdomen or thorax; it consists of a surface layer of mesothelium reinforced by irregular fibroelastic connective tissue.
See also: chorion.
2. The outermost of the extraembryonic membranes that encloses the embryo and all its other membranes; it consists of somatopleure, that is, ectoderm reinforced by somatic mesoderm; the serosa of mammalian embryos is frequently called the trophoderm.
See also: chorion. Synonym(s): membrana serosa (2)
[fem. of Mod. L. serosus, serous]

serosa

/se·ro·sa/ (se-ro´sah) (se-ro´zah)
2. chorion.sero´sal

serosa

(sĭ-rō′sə, -zə)
n. pl. sero·sas or sero·sae (-sē, -zē)
1. A serous membrane, especially one that lines the pericardial, pleural, and peritoneal cavities, enclosing their contents.
2. A membrane that surrounds the embryo of birds, reptiles, and many insects.

se·ro′sal (-zəl) adj.

serosa

[sirō′sə]
Etymology: L, serum
any serous membrane, such as the tunica serosa that lines the walls of body cavities and secretes a watery exudate.

serosa

A virtual connective-tissue membrane covered by a single layer of mesothelial cells, which lines body cavities (e.g., pericardium, peritoneum, pleura) and covers the outer surface of organs (e.g., heart, intestines, and lungs) present in those cavities.

se·ro·sa

(sēr-ō'să) [TA]
1. The outermost coat or serous layer of a visceral structure that lies in a body cavity (abdomen or thorax); it consists of a surface layer of mesothelium reinforced by irregular fibroelastic connective tissue.
2. The outermost of the extraembryonic membranes, which encloses the embryo and all its other membranes; it consists of ectoderm reinforced by somatic mesoderm; the serosa of mammalian embryos is frequently called the trophoderm.
Synonym(s): membrana serosa (2) .
See also: chorion
Synonym(s): membrana serosa (1) , serous membrane.
[fem. of Mod. L. serosus, serous]

serosa

  1. a SEROUS membrane such as the PERITONEUM that secretes a serum.
  2. an epithelial layer formed under the vitelline membrane in the development of the insect egg; it lays down the serosal cuticle of the egg.

se·ro·sa

(sēr-ō'să) [TA]
Outermost coat or serous layer of visceral structure that lies in body cavities of abdomen or thorax.
Synonym(s): serous membrane.
[fem. of Mod. L. serosus, serous]

serosa

any serous membrane.
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En la foto izquierda se observa la capa serosa (S), muscular (Mus), submucosa (Sub) y mucosa (Muc).
There are no clear guidelines regarding appropriate management of patients with appendiceal adenomas or LAMNs who have positive surgical margins on their appendectomy specimens, particularly when the tumors are confined within the serosa.
Histologicamente estos diverticulos estan integrados por mucosa, submucosa, muscular de la mucosa y serosa (Figura 8).
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En la cesarea se evidencio serosa infiltrada por vasos placentarios sin comprometer organos pelvicos; se realizo histerectomia sin complicaciones.
Por lo que decidieron llevarla a laparotomia exploratoria, donde identifican obstruccion intestinal completa con evidencia de asas delgadas dilatadas de forma retrograda y estomago con zona de transicion a 70 cm de la valvula ileocecal, con foco de endometriosis en la serosa que causaba dicha obstruccion, ademas otras lesiones pequenas compatibles con endometriosis en intestino delgado, pero sin despulimientos u otras zonas de obstruccion (Figura 2).
Os adenocarcinomas gastricos sao neoplasias que frequentemente invadem a camada mucosa e se estendem para camada serosa (2).
Enfermedad de la serosa con sintomas de distension abdominal y ascitis.
Nymphs are found in the serosa around the liver and spleen, in liver parenchyma, mesenterium, intestine wall, and abdominal lymph nodes.
In incomplete uterine rupture or dehiscence, the myometrium is disrupted but the serosa is intact.
Lesions on the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and uterine serosa also were observed.