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lingual

Anatomy of or relating to the tongue or a part or structure resembling a tongue
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Quando um bebe nasce com o frenulo lingual alterado, essa alteracao permanecera para o resto da vida, porque o frenulo nao modifica seu tamanho, nem sua fixacao ao longo da vida [9].
Estos autores reportan que en ambas especies, la arteria lingual continuo rostralmente entre los musculos hiogloso (M.
5) Approximately 80% of lingual choristomas are found in female patients and in patients less than 40 years of age.
No uptake was seen in the normal region of the neck indicating lingual thyroid is the only functioning thyroid tissue in the body.
Key Words: Lingual nerve damage, 3rd molar surgery, local and general anesthesia.
There are various types of lingual papillae including filiform, fungiform, circumvallate, lentiform and foliate papillae on the surface of the tongue of mammals [13].
Advantages of Lingual Therapy (1-4) For the patient, lingual appliances have several clear-cut advantages over labial appliances:
3M Unitek and 3M Innovative Properties Co announced on Thursday that they have filed a lawsuit against RMO Inc (Rocky Mountain Orthodontics - Lingual Jet), alleging infringement of 3M's patent related to lingual orthodontic braces, in Los Angeles, California.
After the trend of invisible braces that are toothcoloured, the trend of lingual braces is catching up.
By ISLAMABAD, March 29, 2010 (Frontier Star): Chairman of PML (Like Minded) Chaudhry Hamid Nasir Chattha Monday called for holding a referendum in NWFP over renaming the North Western Frontier Province (NWFP) so as a consensus view could emerge and the polarisation of NWFP people on lingual basis could be averted.
Na literatura publicada na area, percebe-se que alguns autores se referem aos nervos glossofaringeo e lingual como os grandes responsaveis pela motricidade e pela percepcao sensorial da sofisticada mucosa lingual em ungulados (SONNTAG, 1922; BRUNI e ZIMMERL, 1951; SHAWARZE & SCHRODER, 1972; GETTY, 1981), em carnivoros (OKANO, 1953) e em primatas (CASTELLI e HUELKE, 1964; VIG e KANAGASUNTHERAN, 1969; FAVAROLO, 1979; BITTENCOURT et al.