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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 3: Heterotopic gastrointestinal cyst (H and E). (a) 40×. The cyst wall is lined by respiratory and gastric epithelia. (b) 100×. Transition between stratified squamous and respiratory epithelia. Seromucous glands are also seen in the subepithelial tissue. (c) 200×. Ciliated columnar epithelium next to gastric epithelium. (d) 400×. Note that features in gastric epithelium are typical mucous cells of gastric foveolar glands

Figure 3: Heterotopic gastrointestinal cyst (H and E). (a) 40×. The cyst wall is lined by respiratory and gastric epithelia. (b) 100×. Transition between stratified squamous and respiratory epithelia. Seromucous glands are also seen in the subepithelial tissue. (c) 200×. Ciliated columnar epithelium next to gastric epithelium. (d) 400×. Note that features in gastric epithelium are typical mucous cells of gastric foveolar glands