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buccal cavity

[′bək·əl ¦kav·əd·ē]
(anatomy)
The space anterior to the teeth and gums in the mouths of all vertebrates having lips and cheeks. Also known as vestibule.
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Keywords: Buccal cell assay, Fuel station attendants, Gasoline, Genotoxicity, Micronuclei, Cytotoxicity.
Misoprostol 800 mcg (four tabs each 200 mcg) were placed in buccal fold i.
No reported attempts have so far been made to study the correlation of buccal ectopia of maxillary canine with size of lateral incisors in Pakistani population; therefore objective of this study was to analyze the prevalence and relationship of peg lateral incisors with of BDC.
For this reason, there is little distension of lymphatics and tissue spaces with fluid exudates and therefore swelling due to oedema or diverticulum is not seen in buccal region (Jubb et al.
This is a simple, fast and easy method to allow quadrant models to be hand-held and scanned for the digital buccal bite without introducing errors.
Time taken for the transposed nasolabial flaps to be fully covered with mucosa and complete epithelization of buccal fal pad was assessed through regular follow up.
Through this unique delivery system, buprenorphine is efficiently and conveniently delivered across the buccal mucosa.
The 50-mg buccal mucoadhesive tablet also reduced recurrence of herpes labialis by 9.
In this retrospective study we evaluated 117 patients who underwent buccal mucosal graft urethroplasty for treatment of long urethral strictures at the Urology Department of Imam Reza Hospital between December 2006 and December 2012.
With these concern, this study aims to assess the epithelial micronuclei occurrence among the school children and compare whether differences exist among the school children based on their socio-demographic and location on the occurrence of buccal epithelial micronuclei.