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Columnar Epithelium

Summary Information: Columnar Epithelium

Columnar Epithelium: Columnar epithelium is a type of simple epithelium that consists of long cells that are column shaped. Some types of columnar epithelium have sensory capabilities and can be found in the cilia, nose, ears and taste buds. Other types of columnar epithelium can be found in the lining of the intestines and stomach. Pseudostratified epithelium is one type of columnar epithelium. Conditions that can afflict the columnar epithelium include cancer, dysplagia, infection, trauma, and inflammation.

Closely Related Organs: Columnar Epithelium

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Columnar Epithelium

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Other Names: Columnar Epithelium

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Sub Parts: Columnar Epithelium

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Columnar Epithelium

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