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a natural cavity or hollow in a bone

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In the present study, the most common site of GC was body of stomach followed by antrum.
All had endoscopic findings of pseudomelanosis in the duodenum with one case having pseudomelanosis extending into the antrum of stomach (Table-I).
6 cm Gastric body et al (4)) in diameter 2 (Nam et al 69/Male 5 x 4 x 2 cm Gastric antrum (5)) 3 (McGregor 58/Female 1.
2 cm was seen at the antrum and prepyloric region with circumferential thickening of the wall [Figure 2].
8] where biopsy from body was carried in all the patients, but biopsy of antrum was carried only in 44 of 86 patients.
Commonest site of growth is antrum, next common is body of stomach.
Gastric glomus tumors are rare [2]; the antrum being the most frequent location in the stomach [3].
Because of its location in the Prussak's space, acquired cholesteatomas of the pars flaccida generally displace the malle us head and the body of the incus medially From the Prussak's space, the mass can easily extend itself posteriorly in the superior incudal space towards the posterolateral portion of the attic, and then, through the aditus ad antrum, towards the antrum and the mastoid air cells10.
Upper gastrointestinal endoscopy revealed edema and hyperemia prominent in the whole gastric mucosa, fragility especially in the antrum, prepyloric antrum and corpus, marked hypertrophy in the corpus pili (thicker than 5 mm), old and new blood residues in the lumen, nodular appearance in the antrum and hyperemia in the antrum and duedonum.
Alternative terms for the condition include the "imploding antrum syndrome" (6) and chronic maxillary sinus atelectasis.
Cest dans cet antrum que la Sibylle, pretresse inspiree, fera sa prophetie (14) afin de lui devoiler l'avenir.
The tooth loosely adherent in the postero-superior wall of the right maxillary antrum was extracted out.
They detail developmental and acquired abnormalities of the teeth, the pathology of dental caries, periodontal diseases, inflammatory disorders of the jaw, cysts of the oral and maxillofacial region, odontogenic tumors, fibrocemento-osseous lesions and related conditions, soft tissue and bone tumors, diseases of the maxillary antrum, salivary gland disorders, xerostomia, potentially malignant disorders, oral cancer, recurrent oral ulceration, vesiculobullous disorders, infections of the oral mucosa, connective tissue diseases, chronic facial pain, temporomandibular joint disorders, forensic dentistry, laboratory investigations and their interpretation, imaging, and tobacco use prevention and cessation.
Its gallery doors will stay open until 8pm, offering another opportunity to see Diffuse Citizen by Holly Antrum.
Computed tomography (CT) scan of the lesion was compatible with the sonographic findings and showed a 70 x 30 x 35 mm mass with liquid density and thin calcification in the walls in the posterior aspect of the gastric antrum and pylorus in the vicinity of the posterior wall of the stomach (figure 1).