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lingual

Anatomy of or relating to the tongue or a part or structure resembling a tongue
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Metastatic cancer to the floor of mouth: the lingual lymph nodes.
On the lingual surfaces of the individual, dry mandibles, the interalveolar medial and lateral foramina were examined close to the crest of alveolar ridge [Figure 1].[sup][4] The interalveolar medial foramen is defined when the foramen is located between the central and lateral incisors, whereas the interalveolar lateral foramen is between the lateral incisors and the canines.
These findings were consistent with a diagnosis of lingual osseous choristoma.
This is particularly true for lingual appliances that are more complex to reach with scalers.
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.
In addition to history and physical exam, diagnosis of lingual thyroid can be confirmed with a radioactive iodine uptake test or a technetium scan.
These foramina contain the destination of branches of lingual artery vein and nerve.
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:
Presence of lingual undercut (LU) and severe sloping of the lingual cortex have been identified as potential risks during implant surgeries involving the mandibular anterior and premolar regions (Tepper et al., 2001; Quirynen et al., 2003; Sener et al., 2018), and posterior region related to mandibular molars (Leong et al., 2011; Alrahaimi & Venkatesh, 2017; Yoon et al., 2017).