Diferenzas entre revisións de «Mucosa»

=== Exemplos ===
Algúns exemplos son:
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*[[Bronchial mucosa]] and the lining of [[vocal folds]]
*[[Endometrium]]: the mucosa of the [[uterus]]
*[[Esophageal mucosa]]
*[[Gastric mucosa]]
*[[Intestinal mucosa]]
*[[Mucous membrane of nose|Nasal mucosa]]
*[[Olfactory mucosa]]
*[[Oral mucosa]]
*[[Preputial_mucosa|Penile mucosa]]
*[[Vaginal mucosa]]
 
*[[Mucosa bronquial]] e o recubrimento das [[cordas vocais]]
== Function ==
*[[EndometriumEndometrio]]: thea mucosa of thedo [[uterusútero]]
*Mucus prevents pathogens and dirt from entering the body and prevents bodily tissue from losing moisture. Mucous membranes are rather delicate; they are able to absorb a number of substances and toxins but are vulnerable regarding pain. If the lining is torn or broken, mucus is incapable of performing its roles of preventing infection and retaining tissue moisture levels.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.wisegeek.org/what-is-a-mucous-membrane.htm|title=What is a Mucous Membrane?|publisher=wiseGeek|accessdate=1 August 2015}}</ref> Some mucous membranes are involved with [[digestion]] in the absorption of insoluble food molecules and [[secretion]] (releasing chemicals from glands).<ref>{{cite journal|url=http://core.ac.uk/download/pdf/9838060.pdf|title=The Role of the Mucus Barrier in Digestion|doi=10.1007/s13228-012-0021-1}}</ref> The thick fluid secreted by some mucous membranes and/or associated [[glands]] is termed [[mucus]]. The mucus can be protective.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.britannica.com/science/mucus|title=Mucus|publisher=Encyclopedia Britannica|accessdate=1 August 2015}}</ref>
*[[Mucosa do esófago]]
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*[[Mucosa gástrica]]
*[[Mucosa intestinal]]
*[[Mucosa nasal]]
*[[Mucosa olfactoria]]
*[[Mucosa oral]]
*[[Mucosa prepucial]]
*[[Mucosa vaxinal]]
 
== FunctionFunción ==
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