Synonyms for propria or Related words with propria

propia              muscularis              proppria              subepithelial              submucosal              stroma              proprial              cribosa              suprabasal              urothelium              enterocytes              epithelium              colonic              cribrosa              iels              parenchyma              collagenbasal              mucosa              crypts              splenic              myoepithelial              serosa              villi              myenteric              myofibroblasts              villous              fibroreticularis              parenchymal              mucosae              epidermis              dermis              eosinophils              synovium              glandular              inflamed              intrafollicular              serosal              mesothelial              acini              microabscesses              perivascular              peritoneum              interfollicular              tonsils              glomeruli              colonocytes              syncytiotrophoblast              hypodermis              peribronchial              decidual             

Examples of "propria"
Whitfield's motto, "In Propria Persona," means "to one's own person."
The lamina propria is a fibrous connective tissue layer that consists of a network of type I and III collagen and elastin fibers. The main cells of the lamina propria are the fibroblasts, which are responsible for the production of the extracellular matrix. The basement membrane forms the border between the epithelial layer and the lamina propria.
Newborns have a uniform monolayered lamina propria, which appears loose with no vocal ligament. The monolayered lamina propria is composed of ground substances such as hyaluronic acid and fibronectin, fibroblasts, elastic fibers, and collagenous fibers. While the fibrous components are sparse, making the lamina propria structure loose, the hyaluronic acid (HA) content is high.
The lamina propria contains capillaries and a central lacteal (lymph vessel) in the small intestine, as well as lymphoid tissue. Lamina propria also contains glands with the ducts opening on to the mucosal epithelium, that secrete mucus and serous secretions. The lamina propria is also rich in immune cells known as lymphocytes. A majority of these cells are IgA-secreting B cells.
In 2002 Martins wrote a self-help book entitled "Vencendo a Propria Crise" ("Overcoming Personal Crisis").
The substantia propria (or stroma of cornea) is fibrous, tough, unyielding, and perfectly transparent.
The transition is composed of the intermediate and deep layers of the lamina propria.
Adaina propria is a moth in the Pterophoridae family. It is known from Mozambique.
There is a thinning in the superficial layer of the lamina propria in old age. In aging, the vocal fold undergoes considerable sex-specific changes. In the female larynx, the vocal fold cover thickens with aging. The superficial layer of the lamina propria loses density as it becomes more edematous. The intermediate layer of the lamina propria tends to atrophy only in men. The deep layer of the lamina propria of the male vocal fold thickens because of increased collagen deposits. The vocalis muscle atrophies in both men and women. However, the majority of elderly patients with voice disorders have disease processes associated with aging rather than physiologic aging alone.
The intermediate layer of the lamina propria is primarily made up of elastic fibers while the deep layer of the lamina propria is primarily made up of collagenous fibers. These fibers run roughly parallel to the vocal fold edge and these two layers of the lamina propria comprise the vocal ligament. The transition layer is primarily structural, giving the vocal fold support as well as providing adhesion between the mucosa, or cover, and the body, the thyroarytenoid muscle.
The lamina propria (more correctly "lamina propria mucosæ") is a thin layer of loose connective tissue, or dense irregular connective tissue, which lies beneath the epithelium and together with the epithelium constitutes the mucosa. As its Latin name indicates, it is a characteristic component of the mucosa, "the mucosa's own special layer". Thus the term mucosa or mucous membrane always refers to the combination of the epithelium plus the lamina propria.
The lamina propria is a loose connective tissue, hence it is not as fibrous as the underlying connective tissue of the submucosa. The connective tissue and architecture of the lamina propria is very compressible and elastic, this can be seen in organs that require expansion such as the bladder. The collagen in the lamina propria of elastic organs has been shown to play a major role in mechanical function. In the bladder the collagen composition of its lamina propria allows for structure, tensile strength, and compliance, through complex coiling. It has been suggested that myofibroblasts also reside in the lamina propria of several organs. These cells have characteristics of both smooth muscle and fibroblasts.
The lamina propria may also be rich in vascular networks, lymphatic vessels, elastic fibers, and smooth muscle fascicles from the muscularis mucosae. Afferent and efferent nerve endings can be found in the lamina propria as well. Immune cells as well as lymphoid tissue, including lymphoid nodules and capillaries, may be present. Smooth muscle fibers may be in the lamina propria of some tissues, such as the intestinal villi. It is practically void of fat cells. Lymphatics penetrate the mucosa and lie below the basement membrane of the epithelium, from there they drain the lamina propria. The fast rate of cell death and regeneration of the epithelium leaves behind many apoptotic cell bodies. These have been found to go into the lamina propria, most of which are inside its macrophages.
Agyneta propria is a species of sheet weaver found in Ecuador. It was described by Millidge in 1991.
Richly decorated manu propria was frequently used by medieval dignitaries and literates to verify authenticity of hand written documents.
The definitive diagnosis is based on pathology. The histologic finding of appendicitis is neutrophilic infiltrate of the muscularis propria.
These layers should not be confused with the lamina propria, which is found outside the basal lamina.
Giroux's concert works are published by Musica Propria and Southern Music Company. Most have been recorded by Mark Custom Recordings,
Another autobiography of the period is "De vita propria", by the Italian mathematician, physician and astrologer Gerolamo Cardano (1574).
Its mucous membrane is covered with transitional epithelium, and an underlying lamina propria of loose to dense connective tissue.