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Histology of Oesophagus
– stratified squamous epithelium nonkeratinized, lamina propria interdigitating with the basal border of the epithelium, muscularis mucosae.
– mucus secreting oesophageal glands.
– composed of skeletal muscle, a mixture of skeletal and smooth muscle in the middle third, smooth muscle in the lower third.
– outer covering most of its length with the lower end with serosa.
Mucus secreting oesophageal glands are seen in the lamina propria near the cardio-oesophageal junction.
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