submucous


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submucous

 [sub-mu´kus]
beneath a mucous membrane.

sub·mu·cous

(sŭb-myū'kŭs),
Beneath a mucous membrane.

submucous

/sub·mu·cous/ (sub-mu´kus) beneath a mucous membrane.

submucous

[-m(y)o̅o̅′kəs]
pertaining to a location beneath a mucous membrane. submucosal, adj.

sub·mu·cous

, submucosal (sŭb-myū'kŭs, -myū-kō'săl)
Beneath a mucous membrane.

submucous

beneath a mucous membrane.
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Studies evaluating the impact of myomectomy on fertility outcomes provide evidence that submucous myomas should be removed before assisted reproductive technology/in vitro fertilization.
Epidemiological survey of oral submucous fibrosis and leukoplakia in aborigines of Taiwan.
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Thirty two patients of leukoplakia, 28 patients of oral submucous fibrosis, 21 patients of Lichen planus and 12 patients of oral cancer group 17-50 years were selected.
Facts about cleft lip +/- palate (CLP) and cleft palate alone (CPA) Overall incidence of CLP and CPA is 1-2/1000 children CPA is about 1/1500, but it is more common if submucous CPA is included.
Of greatest concern, however, is a condition called oral submucous fibrosis, which frequently leads to mouth cancer.
1998); submucous myomas presented significantly fewer abnormal karyotypes (12%) than did either the intramural (35%) or the subserosal (29%) tumors, and furthermore, this correlation remained significant regardless of the diameter of the myoma.
In cases where submucous uterine fibroids are present, these women may be at greater risk of excessive bleeding and related complications.
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Around that are submucous glands that secrete about 10 milliliters of mucus a day, about the amount in a tablespoon.
Management of infantile subglottic hemangioma: Laser vaporization, submucous resection, intubation, or intralesional steroids?