mucous membrane

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Synonyms for mucous membrane

mucus-secreting membrane lining all body cavities or passages that communicate with the exterior

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The capsules also contain omega-7, which the company notes can help maintain healthy mucous membranes, retaining moisture on the surface of the eye.
1 PASSION fruit is a good source of fibre which helps protect the colon mucous membrane by decreasing exposure time to toxic substances.
It was seen that the mucous membrane involvement may be there where there is no sweat gland.
The bill, currently awaiting review in the senate, will "prevent contact of an employee's eye; skin, mucous membranes, or genitals with the blood or OPIM-STI of another".
Changes in the organization of the colon mucus membrane: rats from the normal group had intact colon mucous membranes without inflammatory cell infiltration or ulceration.
Sinusitis is inflammation of the mucous membranes in the sinuses.
The extract irritates the birds' trigeminal nerve and mucous membranes through entry in the eyes, nose or mouth.
Pemphigus vulgaris is a severe autoimmune disorder of the skin and mucous membranes that is characterised by the formation of bulla (1).
Many office workers are regularly exposed to dry air, which can damage mucous membranes in the nose.
Bleeding wounds and mucous membranes have also been implicated in hepatitis B transmission during contact sports; but, until now, no study has looked to see if sweat carries the virus.
Long history of traditional use and modern scientific research has proven that oils of Sea Buckthorn seeds and berry flesh have tissue regenerative, anti-inflammatory and protective effect from exogenous stress on skin and mucous membranes.
Evis Lucera - a digestive tract video scope used for observing of blood vessels in mucous membranes under infrared light.
When hexavalent chromium particles are inhaled, large particles may be trapped in the mucous membranes of the mouth and nose.
Hydrochloric acid, also known as muriatic acid, is corrosive to the eyes, skin and mucous membranes, according to the U.