MUCOSA


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MUCOSAMisoprostol Ulcer Complication Outcomes Safety Assessment
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TABLE 1: SUMMARY OF CASE REPORTS FOR SCHWANNOMA OF BUCCAL MUCOSA INCLUDING THE PRESENT CASE
The three sections of the small intestine were each rinsed gently with sterile saline to clean out the contents, then the intestinal mucosa from each segment was carefully scraped off with a glass microscope slide, and snap-frozen in liquid [N.sub.2] for the further analysis.
Biopsy examination revealed massive deposition of xanthoma cells within the rectal mucosa (Figure 3), leading to the diagnosis of rectal xanthoma.
The disease cases causing extensive changes in the gastric mucosa, such as liver cirrhosis, were excluded.
Alkan, "Mucosa associated lymphoid tissue lymphoma of the colon: a case report," Cases Journal, vol.
Normal architecture of gastrointestinal tract mucosa in hematoxylin and eosin stain:
Oral cavity was examined after retracting the tongue left side and tear in buccal mucosa was identified which had direct communication with the swelling.
The patients were also subjected to biopsies to define the metaplastic changes of the gastric mucosa and had their degree of bacterial contamination evaluated via quantitative methods.
Apresenta pregas da mucosa irregulares quanto a forma, espessura e largura, mais proeminentes na regiao cranial (Figura 1D) e menos desenvolvidas em direcao caudal (Figuras 1E e 1F).
A biopsy was taken from the oral mucosa (labial mucosa).
Over three decades, there was a great progress in treating skin/ mucosa related disorders.