Results for: Serosa

In Cardiovascular Health

What is parietal serosa?

Parietal serous membranes line cavities of the body. The Parietalserosa lines a specific portion of the interior cavity in the body.
In Human Anatomy and Physiology

What type of epithelial tissue is serosa?

Tunica serosa is the outermost covering of thedigestive tube. In most of the digestive tract (stomach andintestines) it consists of a thin layer of loose connective tissuecov (MORE)
In Human Anatomy and Physiology

What is serosa in physiology?

It's basically a layer or layers of tissue covering most of thebody's "canals" like the stomach, intestine, blood vessels, etc.Some serosa secrete mucus-like substances like i (MORE)
In Biology

Briefly explain the difference between an adventitia and a serosa?

well, peritoneal structures like the bowel {i.e. located within the peritoneal cavity} are covered by serosa, a mesothelium type of cells. other organs {i.e. retroperitoneal (MORE)
In Circulatory System

Where is serosa present in the body?

Serous membrane is present in the lining of a few body cavities, secreting serous fluid in order to reduce friction caused by movement in the muscles.