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MUSCULARIS PROPRIA
INVASIVE
PLASMA CELLS
GALLBLADDER WALL
EPITHELIAL CELLS
ORAL MUCOSA
INFLAMMATION
PRESENT
FIG
DUODENUM
BLOOD VESSELS
LYMPHATICS
LUMEN
MUCOUS MEMBRANES
CONNECTIVE
ELASTIC FIBERS
CELLS
SMOOTH MUSCLE
EPITHELIUM
LOOSE CONNECTIVE
MUCOSA
SUBMUCOSA
LAMINA PROPRIA
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Definitions

  1. The lamina propria is thick and elastic (as it is important that it is impermeable).
  2. The lamina propria is also known as the mandibular or maxillary periosteum, depending upon in which bone the alveolus is located.
  3. The lamina propria is the periosteal membrane which lines the alveolus.
  4. The lamina propria is encircled by a smooth muscle layer, which, when contracted, gives the tube a folded appearance. (Web site)

Muscularis Propria

  1. Stage IIB: The cancer may invade the lamina propria, submucosa, and the muscularis propria, but not the adventitia. (Web site)

Invasive

  1. Invasive cancer is subdivided as either cancer that only grows into the lamina propria or cancer that grows into the muscle layer.

Plasma Cells

  1. The lamina propria appears empty or fibrotic, with gland loss and scattered lymphocytes and plasma cells. (Web site)

Gallbladder Wall

  1. Triglycerides and cholesterol esters are deposited in the lamina propria of the gallbladder wall. (Web site)

Epithelial Cells

  1. Reversible changes consist of degenerative changes in epithelial cells and nonspecific chronic inflammatory infiltrate in the lamina propria. (Web site)

Oral Mucosa

  1. When the oral mucosa is injured repeatedly, excessive amounts of granulation tissue may be produced in the lamina propria of the oral mucous membrane.

Inflammation

  1. Malabsorption was due to damage to the jejunal mucosa: Varying villus atrophy was associated with inflammation in surface epithelium and lamina propria. (Web site)

Present

  1. Viral inclusions are present in gastric epithelial cells and in endothelial or mesenchymal cells in the lamina propria. (Web site)
  2. Large numbers of PMNs were present within the lamina propria of S. typhimurium aroA -infected tissue, demonstrating an ongoing inflammatory response.

Fig

  1. At day 28 p.i., mild inflammation of the lamina propria, limited to the cecum and cecal-colonic junction, was observed (Fig. (Web site)

Duodenum

  1. Biopsies of the antrum and duodenum showed chronic gastritis and duodenitis with intense eosinophilic infiltration of the lamina propria and submucosa.

Blood Vessels

  1. Blood vessels are evident in both the lamina propria and the submucosa. (Web site)

Lymphatics

  1. The lamina propria of the gallbladder has high concentrations of lymphoid tissue and lymphatics to aid water reabsorption.

Lumen

  1. Numerous neutrophils in both the lumen and lamina propria were obvious in control animals, and microabscesses were frequently observed (Fig.

Mucous Membranes

  1. It is present in all mucous membranes as the lamina propria. (Web site)
  2. It packages organs, forms the lamina propria of mucous membranes, and surrounds capillaries. (Web site)

Connective

  1. There is a connective tissue layer beneath, the lamina propria, which may contain some lymphocytes, with prominent vessels, but no glands are present. (Web site)
  2. In fact, while IL-1α was mostly distributed in the connective tissue of the lamina propria (Fig.
  3. The connective tissue portion of a mucous membrane is called the lamina propria. (Web site)

Elastic Fibers

  1. While there is no true submucosa in the larynx, the lamina propria of the mucous membrane is thick and contains large numbers of elastic fibers. (Web site)

Cells

  1. In the absence of lactation, these cells probably form part of the normal traffic to the lamina propria of the small intestine. (Web site)

Smooth Muscle

  1. Smooth muscle separates the lamina propria from the submucosa. (Web site)

Epithelium

  1. Over the epithelium there is a layer of connective tissue (lamina propria). (Web site)
  2. Beneath this epithelium is a lamina propria and then a muscularis of inner circular and outer longitudinal layers. (Web site)
  3. This consists of an epithelium, the lamina propria underneath, and a thin layer of smooth muscle called the muscularis mucosae.

Loose Connective

  1. Around the tooth root and the alveolar bone is the thicker portion of gums made up of loose connective tissue called the lamina propria. (Web site)

Mucosa

  1. The lamina propria of the mucosa contains many elastic fibers as well as a dense network of blood vessels, lymphatic and nerve supply. (Web site)
  2. Stage 0 rectal cancer is the most superficial of all rectal lesions and is limited to the mucosa without invasion of the lamina propria.

Submucosa

  1. Cecal inflammation was most severe, with inflammatory cells in the lamina propria and submucosa, edema, and focal ulcerations with hemorrhage (Fig. (Web site)
  2. Microscopic features of eosinophilic infiltration usually occur in the lamina propria or submucosa with perivascular aggregates.
  3. Unencapsulated lymphoid tissue found in lamina propria and submucosa of small intestine. (Web site)

Lamina Propria

  1. Lamina propria - the layer of loose connective tissue underneath the epithelium of mucosa, which provides physical and nutritional support.
  2. The mucosa consists of: epithelium (lining the lumen) lamina propria (loose connective tissue) muscularis mucosae (thin layer of smooth muscle cells).
  3. Cancer may be present in the lamina propria, the connective tissue part of the mucosa, or the submucosa, the connective tissue underneath the mucosa. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Submucosa
  2. Loose Connective
  3. Epithelium
  4. Mucosa
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