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relating to or involving the stomach

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EtOH-induced injury to the gastric mucosa activates VEGF gene expression as reflected by increases in VEGF at both the transcriptional and translational levels.
Notable also is the lining of the mucosa in this case, as gastric mucosa is only found in approximately 2% of all colonic duplications.
B, Basophilic-stained and cuboid-shaped Sarcina organisms adjacent to normal-appearing foveolar gastric mucosa in a patient with diabetic gastroparesis (hematoxylin-eosin, original magnification X400 [A and B]).
The histological changes are more apparent toward the free surface of gastric mucosa.
Orally administered phenylbutazone causes oxidative stress in the equine gastric mucosa.
Additional imaging modalities, such as a technetium-99m pertechnetate scintigraphy scan, can be used to demonstrate the presence of ectopic gastric mucosa in some duplication cysts.
Versalovic [16], demonstrated that the acute Active gastritis phase characterized by the presence of neutrophils mixed with mononuclear cells in the gastric mucosa .
Sergii Vernygorodskyi from the Department of Pathological Anatomy at Vinnitsa National Pirogov Memorial Medical University, Ukraine, has studied the role of the infamous corkscrew-shaped "gut bug" in the formation of intestinal metaplasia of the gastric mucosa (mucous membrane layer of the stomach).
The pathological sections of gastric mucosa were examined under optical microscope to observe: epithelial cells with degeneration, necrosis or pycnosis; lamina propria with edema, hyperemia or inflammatory infiltration; submucosa with edema, hyperemia or inflammatory infiltration.
According to updated knowledge, a human being is a main carrier of this bacterium, and mucus covering the gastric mucosa is its natural habitat (Fig.
sup][1] Evaluation of DGR by endoscopic observation has several advantages, including the direct visualization of the excessive DGR, gastric mucosa erosion or ulceration, gastric polyp, and the feasibility for biopsy and pathological examination.
Post mortem examination revealed extremely high proportion of adult worms in abomasum and haemorrhagic lesion on gastric mucosa and dead foetus in uterus.
The histological analysis of the APA treated animals further validated the no effect APA treatments in gastric mucosa (Fig.
Biopsy revealed abundant eosinophils in the whole gastric mucosa.