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Subserosa

Tela subserosa
Layers of Stomach Wall:
1. Serosa
2. Tela subserosa
3. Muscularis
4. Oblique fibers of muscle wall
5. Circular muscle layer
6. Longitudinal muscle layer
7. Submucosa
8. Lamina muscularis mucosae
9. Mucosa
10. Lamina propria
11. Epithelium
12. Gastric glands
13. Gastric pits
14. Villous folds
15. Gastric areas (gastric surface)
Latin tela subserosa

The tela subserosa (or just subserosa) is a layer of tissue between the muscularis and serosa.

The term is used in pathology more often than in anatomy, and is particularly associated with cancer staging (for example, in staging stomach cancer[1] or uterine cancer).

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External links

  • 18502loa - "Female Reproductive System: oviduct; infundibulum"
  • Histology at uio.no
  • Diagram at uniklinik-saarland.de


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