epithelial tissue

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Synonyms for epithelial tissue

membranous tissue covering internal organs and other internal surfaces of the body

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Measures of morphological and functional status of the epithelial tissue are not used adequately for timely diagnosis and prognosis of the pathology of reproductive function.
The results of the present study are similar to the previous studies, the role of zinc in preserving healthy epithelial tissues, renewing of filliform papillae and the positive effect of zinc sulfate in treatment of geographic tongue were not clearly observed.
The "appendages" are formed when the clamps cinch the epithelial tissue on either side of the cervix.
circularisquama for 3 h triggered hemocytic infiltration in epithelial tissue and connective tissue (Fig.
Although uncommon, epidermoid tumour is a potential complication that presents several years after single or multiple LPs and is thought to result from intradural implantation of epithelial tissue (6,12).
Jurkunas and her associates compared corneal epithelial tissue samples from FECD patients who received corneal transplants to samples derived from subjects who did not have the disease.
Moreover, the cobblestoning of epithelial tissue, an obvious sign of LPR, is not exclusive to that disease.
Epithelial tissue covers our bodies as well as lining them; for example, epithelial tissue lines the respiratory tract as well as glands in the digestive tract.
It can look just like the peripheral odontogenic fibroma clinically, but is a more common lesion and the latter contains strands of odontogenic epithelial tissue.
At 2 weeks 100% of the aloe group showed grade III wound healing (completed layer of epithelial tissue covering on wound), while the placebo group exhibited grade I (severe and fresh wound with inflammation) and grade II (granulation tissue on wound).
The Group's expertise is focused on the regulation of adult stem cells located in epithelial tissue, which includes the gastrointestinal tract, skin, hair follicles, breast and prostate.
The study also suggests that BLIS K12 can switch on the genes in the epithelial tissue that are responsible for cellular rebuilding and repair, especially after a cell has been damaged by a pathogen.
meningitidis enters the body through the nasopharynx where it may interact with biofilms of commensal bacteria growing on airway epithelial tissue.
It is easy to obtain a sample of biopsy epithelial tissue in grazing cattle because rectum is the terminus of gastrointestinal tract.
Body tissues fall into one of four categories: epithelial tissue, connective tissue, nervous tissue, and muscle tissue.