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    So i'm currently typing a digestive system assessment assigned im my Medical Science class.

    Everything seems pretty easy to do, but does anyone here know what "Stomach mucosa histology" means?


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    I think this may be it:


    Layers of the stomach.

    This shows an image through the wall of the body of the stomach at low power. You should be able to identify the three major layers seen here - the mucosa, submucosa and muscularis externa.
    The mucosa is full of gastric glands and pits, and there is a prominent layer of smooth muscle - the muscularis mucosa. The contraction of this muscle helps to expel the contents of the gastric glands.
    The muscularis externa layer has three layers of muscle. An innner oblique layer , a middle circular and an external longitudinal layer. The contraction of these muscle layers help to break up the food mechanically.

    Source: http://www.histology.leeds.ac.uk/digestive/stomach.php

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    Quote Originally Posted by PvtRyan View Post
    I think this may be it:


    Layers of the stomach.

    This shows an image through the wall of the body of the stomach at low power. You should be able to identify the three major layers seen here - the mucosa, submucosa and muscularis externa.
    The mucosa is full of gastric glands and pits, and there is a prominent layer of smooth muscle - the muscularis mucosa. The contraction of this muscle helps to expel the contents of the gastric glands.
    The muscularis externa layer has three layers of muscle. An innner oblique layer , a middle circular and an external longitudinal layer. The contraction of these muscle layers help to break up the food mechanically.

    Source: http://www.histology.leeds.ac.uk/digestive/stomach.php
    Yeah I came across that site when I googled it lol - I just don't know how to re-phrase all that into my paper, and not really sure if that's what my teacher meant by mucosa histology.

    Although, I came across another site. http://www.pathologyoutlines.com/top...histology.html

    I'm just really confused on this part

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    You can always quote and site the definition and explain what it means.

    Is this assignment a standard research paper or technical paper or idk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PvtRyan View Post
    You can always quote and site the definition and explain what it means.

    Is this assignment a standard research paper or technical paper or idk.

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    this is due when? I ask because then I would show your teacher or email your teacher about this article and see if it's what he/she wants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PvtRyan View Post
    this is due when? I ask because then I would show your teacher or email your teacher about this article and see if it's what he/she wants.
    Tomorrow for my 6th period, but unfortunately I don't know his G-Mail lol.

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