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|FIGURE 18-1 Brunner's gland hyperplasia. Numerous polypoid excrescences |
are present within the duodenal bulb, imparting a nodular quality to the mucosal
surface in a resection specimen (A), which may be endoscopically apparent (B).
|A B muscularis mucosae and extend into the lamina propria.10 Brunner glands |
within the lamina propria are less frequently observed in the middle to distal
duodenum. Occasionally, Brunner glands proliferate, creating small polypoid ...
|Brunner's glands are elaborately branched acinar glands, containing both |
mucous and serous secretory cells. They are ... Brunner's glands are also found
in the distal antrum and distal duodenum; isolated islets may extend into the
|Leeson CR, Leeson TS: The fine structure of the Brunner's glands in the rat. Anal |
Rec 156:253–267, 1966. Moe H. The ultrastructure of Brunner's glands of the cat.
J Ultrastruct Res 4: 58–72, 1960. Krause WJ: The duodenal glands of fourteen ...
|Hyperplasia of Brunner Glands Brunner glands are branched tubuloalveolar |
glands confined predominantly to the duodenum in humans. Most Brunner
glands are submucosal, but about one third of their volume can be found above
|DEFINITION: Diffuse enlargement of Brunner's glands throughout the proximal |
duodenum or massive enlargement of a single gland. WHAT THE REFERRING
PHYSICIAN NEEDS TO KNOW n Diffuse form of Brunner's hyperplasia requires
|The study showed that in cases of gastric carcinoma in man, the Brunner's glands |
did not have the rich supply of VIP-containing nerves as was the case in ratS.
Immunohistochemical studies in the rat showed that as in man, EGF was almost ...
|Nutritional support and oral steroid administration provide symptomatic relief in |
some patients (23,26,27). See additional discussion of Cronkhite-Canada
syndrome and illustrations in Chapters 2 and 4. Brunner Gland Polyps Brunner