subserosal


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sub·se·rous

, subserosal (sŭb-sē'rŭs, sŭb-sē-rō'săl),
Beneath a serous membrane.
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TABLE Potential causes of abnormal uterine bleeding according to the PALM-COEIN classification (5) Polyp Structural pathology measurable Adenomyosis through imaging or histopathology Leiomyima Malignancy & hyperplasia Coagulopathy Bleeding unrelated to structural Ovulatory disorders abnormalities Endometrial dysfunction Iatrogenic Not otherwise classified Caption: Fibroid location (intramural, submucosal, and subserosal) and depth of penetration based on the FIGO fibroid classification system
(1,3) It may be found in both the subserosal and submucosal layers in 4.6% of cases.
Similar strong CD3 staining of monomorphic and blastoid cells, in a large proportion of the proventricular interglandular, subserosal, and serosal aggregates was confirmed (Fig 3D).
Subserosal leiomyoma was seen in 6 cases and submucosal leiomyoma in
Eosinophilic gastroenteritis: a clinicopathological study of patients with disease of the mucosa, muscle layer and subserosal tissues.
The second one known as subserosal fibroid form on the outside of the uterus, also called the serosa.
11 of 23 (47.8%) tumours infiltrated the muscularis propria and 3 of 18 (16.7%) and 4 of 21 (19.0%) cases additionally showed subserosal and/or serosal involvement.
Zinsmeister, "Eosinophilic gastroenteritis: a clinicopathological study of patients with disease of the mucosa, muscle layer, and subserosal tissues," Gut, vol.
The uterus appeared fibroid in character, and a 3 cm subserosal leiomyoma was seen extending into the laceration.
Several blood vessels in the subserosal fat showed infiltration with large, atypical lymphomatous cells.
Tandon, "Subserosal pyomyoma and tubo-ovarian abscess in a diabetic patient," Journal of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, vol.