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Synonyms for colonic

a water enema given to flush out the colon

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The goblet cells in the colon were stained with Periodic acid-Schiff reagent (PAS) and counterstained with hematoxylin (A, B), colonic crypt depth determined on hemalun-stained sections (C) and the number of goblet cells (D) in each crypt were counted.
12) Histologically, prolapsing mucosal polyps demonstrate colonic crypt architectural abnormalities, including elongation, distortion, branching, and hyperplastic changes.
In normal colon, CDH17 and CDX2 staining patterns were observed in full-length colonic crypts, whereas CK20 only stained the upper half of colonic crypts (Figure 1, A through C).
Serrated polyps were defined as any polyp with a "saw-tooth appearance in the colonic crypts.
Serrated polyps were defined as any polyp with a "sawtooth appearance in the colonic crypts.
Other topics include secretion and absorption by colonic crypts, novel renal amino acid transporters, exocytosis of lung surfactant, calcium-activated chloride channels, and the function of chloride channels in the kidney.
In a 1973 study by Kaye et al, (9) the authors found that when compared to the normal progressive maturation of cells in colonic crypts, "the hyperplastic epithelium exhibits a similar progression, the primary difference being that most of the morphological features of maturing and mature cells are found either lower in the crypt or in exaggerated form at the same level of the crypt when compared with normal mucosa in the same colon.