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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2) Cell source--Another important factor that must be considered in oral mucosal tissue engineering is the type and origin of fibroblasts and keratinocytes.
For example, [omega]3-PUFAs such as EPA and DHA have been shown to exert anti-inflammatory effects during DSS colitis in mice by reducing proinflammatory cytokine production and neutrophil infiltration leading to improved DAI and mucosal tissue damage [14].
Continued activation, recruitment, and turnover of these viral target cells in damaged mucosal tissues may provide the "fuel" for continued viral replication and persistence in the gut.
Preparations of small intestinal mucosal tissue sections: Following heat stress for 3 6 9 12 and 15 consecutive days six birds were sacrificed by exsanguinations.
Acute onset of illness (Minutes-several hours) with involvement of skin, mucosal tissue or both and atleast one of these;
Different researches have declared that plasma cell count and antigen-specific IgE levels are elevated in the polypoid sinonasal mucosal tissue from patients of chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyposis.
There have been various reports of other complications with LMA insertion namely necrotic mucosal tissue and defects in the posterior pharyngeal wall (4) and tearing of the lingual frenulum caused by insertion of the ProSeal LMA in a child (5).
To clarify this, we analyzed samples of paranasal mucosal tissue and nasal polyps from patients with chronic sinusitis for respiratory viruses and atypical bacteria.
Mimicking this natural healing process utilized by adult stem cells, BRS has developed topically applied formulations containing the multitude of molecules released by combinations of adult stem cell types, called stem cell released molecules (S2RM), to induce a healing process, and a reduction in pain and inflammation when topically applied to the skin, eyes, and mucosal tissue.
Traditional saliva ejectors are designed with blunt ends that can lock onto patients' mucosal tissue and cause discomfort.
Film-forming materials that enable the active ingredient to remain in the nares, and coat and adhere to mucosal tissue where bacteria reside.
The research team believes that circumcision reduces the amount of mucosal tissue exposed to vaginal secretions during heterosexual intercourse and thus may reduce the potential interactions between the virus and its target immune cells.
Autofluorescence imaging is a "broad-based imaging tool" that can monitor changes in the pattern of distribution of autofluorescent proteins in the esophagus when normal mucosal tissue becomes dysplastic or cancerous, Dr.
Neither dose-related acute nor chronic radiation effects could be detected in any group grossly in cutaneous or mucosal tissue over a 9-month period.
Localized, time-dependent tissue changes that occur during radiation may be conducive to the development of a clinical model of mucosal tissue damage.