Chapter 48: The parotid, temporal and infratemporal regions
The parotid, a serous compound tubulo-alveolar gland ... the lateral pterygoid muscle which pulls them anteriorward during jaw opening. A separate synovial membrane is present peripherally in each of the two compartments of the joint.
Diagnosis and management of familial Mediterranean fever: Integrating medical genetics in a dedicated interdisciplinary clinic
Fevers are generally accompanied by abdominal (most common), chest, or joint pain; thus, the attacks resemble peritonitis, pleuritis, or synovitis (depending on the serous membrane involved ... reveals a sterile pyogenic synovial effusion.
Chapter 20: The thoracic wall and mediastinum
Anteriorly, at the costochondral junctions, the external intercostal muscles are replaced by the external intercostal membranes (fig ... 20-3 and 20-6), synovial in type, are those of the heads of the ribs and the costotransverse joints.
Chapter 17 - Ante and Post-mortem Procedures, Dispositions, Monitoring and Controls - Meat Species, Ostriches, Rheas and Emus
See difference from serous atrophy of fat in the relevant CFIA training ... clear synovial fluid and/or slight hyperemia of the synovial membrane) are accepted as is. When the cartilage is more seriously affected and the synovial villi show a feathery ...
Triptolide inhibits ovarian cancer cell invasion by repression of matrix metalloproteinase 7 and 19 and upregulation of E-cadherin
E-cadherin is a key molecule in the control of cell-cell adhesion; in cancer cells, this molecule is either partially or entirely missing from the membranes ... 20 normal and 20 ovarian tumor samples (5 serous borderline ovarian tumors, and 15 serous ...