muscularis


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Related to muscularis: submucosa, Muscularis externa
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mus·cu·la·ris

n. muscularis, capa muscular de un órgano.
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The subjects not exposed to aspirin had an intact muscularis externa, submucosa, and gastric mucosa with an abundance of chief cells found just above the submucosa occupying one-fourth of the entire gastric mucosa (Figure 1a).
Histometric analysis: After slide preparation, the thickness of four layers: tunica mucosa (epithelium, lamina propria, lamina muscularis), tunica submucosa, tunica muscularis and tunica adventitia/serosa of all the digestive organs was measured in um with the help of automated image analysis system Image JA(r) version 1.
The muscularis layer is composed of an inner circular muscle and outer longitudinal muscle.
The large stomach volume of pirarucu and the presence of deep, longitudinal folds and a fairly developed tunica muscularis aid stomach distension and the storage of large food quantities (Rodrigues & Menin).
The lesion consisted of a spindle cell proliferation in loose edematous stroma and infiltrating muscularis propria.
It was considered benign if any or all of the innermost three layers were affected (mucosa, muscularis mucosa, or submucosa), while it was considered malignant if the deeper muscularis propria layer (4th layer) was involved.
Microscopically, the cylindrical polyp had a three-layer structure, with a mucosal surface covering the large bowel mucosa, mutilated muscularis mucosae, and submucosa in the stalk.
The review pathology report was consistent with the international recommendations for transurethral resection of bladder tumour (TURBT) pathology reporting (8,9) and included the revised histological diagnosis, T stage, grade, presence of muscularis propria in the specimen, LVI, and CIS.
Typically, a larger bite of mucosa and a smaller bite of the bladder muscularis are sufficient for the first layer.
This temporarily stains the muscularis propria of the bowel wall and helps safeguard against full thickness resection.
The intestinal wall consists of the mucosa, submucosa, muscularis (muscularis externa), and adventitia layers.
They are the mucosa, submucosa, muscularis externa and serosa or adventitia.