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labial

1. of, relating to, or near lips or labia
2. Music producing sounds by the action of an air stream over a narrow liplike fissure, as in a flue pipe of an organ
3. Music an organ pipe with a liplike fissure
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The labial face extends basally to overhang the root, and the lingual face is convex.
In a questionnaire-based study carried out in Greece,[16] HIV-infected patients were selected on the basis of oral and ocular symptoms and then underwent a labial salivary gland biopsy.
The most common location for oral warts in HIV-infected patients is the labial and buccal mucosa, and the most common clinical presentation is multifocal flat lesions resembling FEH.
Head clear white; antenna pale brownish white, bipectinate; labial palpus white with pale brown scales.
Jennifer Dietrich, chief of gynecology at Texas Children's Hospital in Houston, said in an interview that labioplasty in adolescents is safe and effective for symptomatic labial hypertrophy, but that counseling and education cannot be emphasized enough.
HMDS drying also provided excellent results in the preservation of microstructural characteristics such as ciliation of scallop feeding organs, as illustrated in the gills and labial palps of A.
Six patients, aged 2, 16, and 17 months and 3, 12, and 16 years, presented during 2004 with vulvar or labial abscesses requiring debridement and drainage.
The superior labial artery, a branch of the facial artery, gives off nasal arterial branches medially to the septum and laterally to the alae.
She was admitted for reconstruction of bilateral labial hypertrophy.
Analysis of the mature larva revealed structures that corresponded generally to that expected for Dytiscus, including secondary (pseudo-) segmentation of the proximal labial palp.
But with women, the markers are more ambiguous and complex, and research results may vary depending on what's measured - lubrication, labial temperature or other physiological changes.