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2002 424
2003 432
2004 429
2005 473
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2007 520
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Quantitative changes of gastric mucosa during carcinogenesis using stereological methods.
Heidari Z, et al. J BUON 2017. PMID 29155519 Free article.
METHODS: One hundred and twenty-two gastric samples were studied. After determination of H. pylori infection, 42 gastric tissues of intestinal metaplasia (IM) patients, 38 specimens from dysplasia (DYS), and 42 specimens from gastric cancer (GC) types were selected from the pathology archive of Imam Ali Hospital, Zahedan, Iran. ...CONCLUSION: The results showed that H. pylori infection could cause significant quantitative changes in the cellular structure of gastric mucosa that might be influential on gastric carcinogenesis....
METHODS: One hundred and twenty-two gastric samples were studied. After determination of H. pylori infection, 42 gastric tissu …
Differentiation of the gastric mucosa III. Animal models of oxyntic atrophy and metaplasia.
Goldenring JR and Nomura S. Am J Physiol Gastrointest Liver Physiol 2006 - Review. PMID 17090722 Free article.
Gastric cancer in humans arises in the setting of oxyntic atrophy (parietal cell loss) and attendant hyperplastic and metaplastic lineage changes within the gastric mucosa. ...These results support the concept that intrinsic mucosal influences regulate and modulate the appearance of gastric metaplasia even in the absence of significant inflammation, whereas chronic inflammation is required for the further neoplastic transition....
Gastric cancer in humans arises in the setting of oxyntic atrophy (parietal cell loss) and attendant hyperplastic and metaplastic lin
Frequency, histopathological findings, and clinical significance of cervical heterotopic gastric mucosa (gastric inlet patch): a prospective study in 300 patients.
Weickert U, et al. Dis Esophagus 2011. PMID 20626446
In 20/33 (61%) cases, the heterotopic gastric mucosa was classified as mixed type, in 8/33 (24%) as oxyntic, and in 5/33 (15%) as mucoid. ...When thoroughly performed, heterotopic gastric mucosa is a quite frequent finding in endoscopy of the upper gastrointestinal tract. ...
In 20/33 (61%) cases, the heterotopic gastric mucosa was classified as mixed type, in 8/33 (24%) as oxyntic, and in 5/33 (15%) …
Wagner-Meissner-like corpuscles in gastric mucosa: a brief report.
Reale D, et al. Int J Surg Pathol 2014. PMID 24583834
A case of Wagner-Meissner-like corpuscles in endoscopically normal gastric mucosa biopsy of a 48-year-old woman is presented here. ...From a review of the literature, only 2 cases of tactile corpuscle-like structures in gastric mucosa are available....
A case of Wagner-Meissner-like corpuscles in endoscopically normal gastric mucosa biopsy of a 48-year-old woman is presented h …
The gastric mucosa in portal hypertension: structural and ultrastructural observations.
Drăghia A, et al. Rom J Morphol Embryol 2010. PMID 20495742 Free article.
The cells of mucosa show graded alterative transformations. In the gastric mucosa, some of the chief (enzymatic) cells present a quasi-normal histological organization; others increased alterations such as irregular and heterochromatic nuclei, fewer cytoplasm organelles, numerous clear vesicles and heterogeneous lysosomes. ...Subsequent to these alterations in the structures of the gastric mucosa in portal hypertension, the function of synthesis/excretion of the pepsinogen, lipase, hydrochloric acid, intrinsic factor, serotonin, etc. are affected....
The cells of mucosa show graded alterative transformations. In the gastric mucosa, some of the chief (enzymatic) cells …
Effect of mica monomer powder on chief and parietal cells as well as G and D cells in gastric mucosa of chronic atrophic gastritis in rats.
Zhu FS, et al. Chin J Integr Med 2008. PMID 18219454
RESULTS: Mica monomer powder preparation at three different doses could increase the amount of chief and parietal cells as well as G and D cells in gastric mucosa of the experimental CAG rats and alleviate and control the inflammation of gastric mucosa and the atrophy of gastric mucosa glands. ...CONCLUSION: Mica has the pharmacological action of protecting the gastric mucosa, enhancing blood flow of the gastric mucosa, and consequently improving the inflammatory responses of the gastric mucosa. ...
RESULTS: Mica monomer powder preparation at three different doses could increase the amount of chief and parietal cells as well as G and D c …
Heterotopic gastric mucosa of the tongue.
Ortiz MJ, et al. J Oral Maxillofac Surg 1982. PMID 6956691
A cyst of the tongue lined by gastric mucosa is described, and eight previously reported cases are reviewed. All the patients with heterotopic gastric mucosa of the tongue have been males whose ages range from 2 months to 31 years, the sole exception being our case in a newborn infant. ...
A cyst of the tongue lined by gastric mucosa is described, and eight previously reported cases are reviewed. All the patients …
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