subserosa


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sub·ser·o·sa

(sŭb'sēr-ō'să), [TA]
The layer of connective tissue beneath a serous membrane. Terminologia Anatomica recognizes a subserosa in relation to the bladder, esophagus, gallbladder, small and large intestine, liver, pleura, pericardium, peritoneum, stomach, testes, uterine tubes, and uterus.
Synonym(s): tela subserosa [TA], subserous layer

subserosa

/sub·se·ro·sa/ (sub″sēr-o´sah) a layer of tissue beneath a serous membrane.

sub·ser·o·sa

(sŭb'sēr-ō'să) [TA]
The layer of connective tissue beneath a serous membrane such as that of the peritoneum or pericardium.
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La endometriosis intestinal se puede presentar como lesiones submucosas o estenosis de la luz por afectacion de la muscular propia, la subserosa o el mesenterio.
Submucosa and subserosa are usual location of lesion [sup][10] and endoscopic biopsy may fail to detect deeper lesions.
Once the gastric tumour invades the subserosa, the serosa or the adjacent structures, para-aortic lymph nodes can be involved (7,8).
As I noted in the editorial, "I prefer to inject vasopressin in the subserosa of the uterus rather than inject it in a highly vascular area such as the subendometrium or near the uterine artery and vein.
La unica diferencia en imagenes entre La forma idiopatica y La secundaria es que La primera afecta con mayor frecuencia La submucosa del colon izquierdo o mesenterio, mientras que La secundaria afecta La subserosa del estomago hasta el colon derecho (14).
Lymphatics in the parietal layer of the sac, as there are no or few lymphatics in the subserosa over the testis and any hindrance with this normal mechanism either in the form of increased production or decreased absorption leads to the formation of hydrocele.
Al corte, el canal endocervical y la cavidad endometrial se encuentran conservadas, y en el miometrio se reconoce una masa bien definida subserosa de 6 x 6 x 4,5 cm, blanquecina, de aspecto arremolinado, con areas amarillentas de tejido de aspecto adiposo (figura 3).
Macroscopically, CCSLGT is typically found in the bowel or stomach wall, centered within the muscularis propria but often with extension into the submucosa and subserosa.
2008) reported that, granulomas were evident in the subserosa, muscularis and submucosa.
According to TNM classification, tumor infiltrated a submucosa (pT1) in 1 case, muscle layer (pT2) in 2 cases and subserosa (pT3) in 19 cases.