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Transitional Epithelium

Summary Information: Transitional Epithelium

Transitional Epithelium: Transitional epithelium is a specialized type of epithelium that has the ability to stretch without ripping. Transitional epithelium is found in the linings of the ureters, urethra and bladder. Conditions that can afflict the transitional epithelium include cancer, dysplagia, trauma and inflammation.

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Closely Related Organs: Transitional Epithelium

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Transitional Epithelium

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Transitional Epithelium

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Transitional Epithelium: Related Topics

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