ⓘ Mesothelial hyperplasia

                                     

ⓘ Mesothelial hyperplasia

Mesothelial hyperplasia is a hyperplasia of mesothelial cells in serous membranes.

Mesothelial hyperplasia is usually an accidental finding during examination of the peritoneum during laparotomy or laparoscopy. Roughly, mesothelial hyperplasia is characterized by small white nodules or flat plaques on the serosal surface.

                                     
  • than 90 of mesothelioma cases are linked to asbestos exposure. Mesothelial hyperplasia Intra - abdominal adhesions: Normally, the mesothelium secretes plasminogen