Erythematous mucosa of the stomach is a red, irritated lining within the stomach. This condition is generally seen when a patient has a diagnosis of gastritis, and the inflamed stomach lining is seen during an endoscopic... More »

Antrum mucosa erythematous defined means erythema, or redness, of the lining of the distal portion of the stomach. Antral mucosal erythema is commonly seen in patients with gastritis. More »

Mildly erythematous mucosa means that mucous membranes appear somewhat red, according to Health Tap. The redness usually signifies inflammation or irritation. Diffuse, in medical terminology, means not localized or conce... More »

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Antrum mucosa erythematous defined means erythema, or redness, of the lining of the distal portion of the stomach. Antral mucosal erythema is commonly seen in patients with gastritis. More »

The mucosa, or mucus membrane, that can be found in the nasal cavity is highly vascular, helping to warm and moisten incoming air and is important for smelling since it is connected to the first cranial nerve, also known... More »

Sphenoid sinus mucosal thickening occurs when the lining of the sinus cavities swell. Cysts filled with mucous can form in the cavities when a gland becomes obstructed and swells. Prior infections can cause swelling, and... More »

Squamous cells are found on the outer layer of the skin, the passages of the digestive and respiratory tracts, and the lining of the hollow organs of the body. Squamous cells get their name from their flat, scale-like sh... More »