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- adj. Of or pertaining to the subepithelium.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Situated under the epithelium.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Lying or occurring beneath the epithelium.
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This is termed the subepithelial plexus, and from it fibrils are given off which ramify between the epithelial cells, forming an intraepithelial plexus.
Almost all patients who take the long-term nonselective NSAIDS Advil, for example will demonstrate subepithelial gastric hemorrhage, and 8% to 20% more will have ulceration.
The gall-bladder and bile ducts have rich subepithelial plexuses and the former a subserous plexus.
The natural history of subepithelial lesions has not been clearly elucidated, and the appropriate management strategy for small subepithelial tumors is still controversial.
Although several studies pertaining to the natural history of subepithelial tumors have been published, they have been limited by small sample size and relatively short follow-up.
Clinical course of subepithelial lesions detected on upper gastrointestinal endoscopy.
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Endoscopic surveillance could be an appropriate strategy for subepithelial lesions
Recent research has confirmed that the airway epithelium is an active regulator of local events, and the relation between the airway epithelium and the subepithelial mesenchyma is thought to be a key determinant in the concept of airway remodeling.
Call a at unfortuantely if you have subepithelial prn pain or tenderness, fuga weakness, gt or hesitancy symptoms, and accessible colored urine.