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submucosa

 [sub″mu-ko´sah]
areolar tissue situated beneath a mucous membrane.

sub·mu·co·sa

(sŭb'myū-kō'să), [TA]
A layer of tissue beneath a mucous membrane; layer of connective tissue beneath the tunica mucosa. [TA lists submucosae of the following viscera: bronchi, esophagus, small and large intestines, pharynx, stomach, bladder.]

submucosa

/sub·mu·co·sa/ (sub″mu-ko´sah) areolar tissue situated beneath a mucous membrane.

submucosa

(sŭb′myo͞o-kō′sə)
n.
A layer of loose connective tissue beneath a mucous membrane.

sub′mu·co′sal adj.
sub′mu·co′sal·ly adv.

sub·mu·co·sa

(sŭb'myū-kō'să) [TA]
A layer of tissue beneath a mucous membrane; the layer of connective tissue beneath the tunica mucosa.
Synonym(s): tela submucosa.

sub·mu·co·sa

(sŭb'myū-kō'să) [TA]
Layer of tissue beneath mucous membrane; layer of connective tissue beneath tunica mucosa. [TA lists submucosae of the following viscera: bronchi, esophagus, small and large intestines, pharynx, stomach, bladder.]

submucosa (sub´mūkō´sə),

n the tissue layer beneath the oral mucosa. It contains connective tissues, vessels, and accessory salivary glands.

submucosa

connective tissue situated beneath a mucous membrane.
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This study shows that at the community hospital level, the careful use of paracervical block with small amounts of local anesthetic injected submucosally carries minimal risk to the infant and is of substantial benefit to the mother.
5) years (mean +/- SD)] were treated with 1% polidocanol injection, 2- 3 ml injected submucosally at the base of each pile mass so as to produce local blanching (Striation sign).
However, according to Donald Leopold, MD, the use of powered instrumentation to submucosally resect portions of the inferior turbinate has become preferable since the development of small, specific microdebrider blades for this purpose (oral communication, September 2005).
4,7) However, the presentation with hemoptysis as the presenting complaint, as in our patient, is very unusual for laryngeal neoplasms, especially of this variety, as these neoplasms are known to grow submucosally with a tendency to produce non-ulcerated masses.
It is a rare glial tumor that usually appears submucosally as a pedunculated mass in the midline, attached to the nasal septum.
This case represents a rather unusual expression of all three possible types of fungal sinusitis in 1 patient (a fungus ball extending submucosally with a strong eosinophilic reaction around it).
The surgeon retracts the tonsil with an Allis clamp to identify the lateral extent of the tonsil submucosally.
Injections were made at the base of the left vocal fold scar in the region of the striking zone and submucosally in the region of the right vocal fold scar.