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colorectal crypts

Friday 24 September 2004

colon crypt; colonic crypt; colorectal crypt; colonic glands; Lieberkuhn crypts; Lieberkuhn glands;

Components

- colonic glandular epithelial cells

Pathology: colonic cryptic lesions

- bifid colonic cryps (bifid colonic glands)
- colonic cryptic apoptotic bodies (apoptosis in colonic crypts)
- colonic cryptic inflammation (colonic cryptitis)

  • colonic acute cryptitis
  • colonic cryptic abcess
  • colonic chronic cryptitis

- colonic cryptic rupture
- colonic cryptic destruction
- colonic cryptic necrosis

Genetics

- Large chromosome deletions, duplications, and gene conversion events accumulate with age in normal human colon crypts. (23425690)

Images

- https://twitter.com/guiahistologia/status/654383222281801728
- https://twitter.com/guiahistologia/status/654706206460657665

See also

- digestive system

  • colon

- digestive crypts

References

- Large chromosome deletions, duplications, and gene conversion events accumulate with age in normal human colon crypts. Hsieh JC, Van Den Berg D, Kang H, Hsieh CL, Lieber MR. Aging Cell. 2013 Apr;12(2):269-79. doi : 10.1111/acel.12053 PMID: 23425690

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