sublingual gland

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sublingual gland

[¦səb′liŋ·gwəl ′gland]
(anatomy)
A complex of salivary glands located in the sublingual fold on each side of the floor of the mouth.
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The sublingual strip allows producers to more effectively control dosage quantities and significantly increases the effect of the cannabis, allowing it to be used for a range of purposes including pain management, concentration, as an antidepressant, and to support better sleep.
A relationship between the sublingual and the splanchnic perfusion has been demonstrated by Creteur et al (9) who observed corresponding changes in the sublingual and gastric PC[O.sub.2] and the sublingual perfusion assessed with the OPS in septic patients receiving dobutamine.
The patient underwent removal of the enlarged sublingual gland, which dissected out with relative ease, and no other clinical pathology was noted intra-operatively.
The findings provide the first evidence that sublingual desensitization produces allergy disease modification similar to that of subcutaneous desensitization, Dr.
A rabbit model for sublingual drug delivery: Comparison with human pharmacokinetic studies of propranolol, verapamil and captopril.
In 2014, the FDA approved 3 sublingual tablets, 1 containing 5 grass pollen extracts (Oralair) and another containing 1 grass (Timothy) pollen extract (Grastek).
Odactra is the fourth sublingual immunotherapy to be approved in the United States since 2014.
Treatment of post-partum haemorrhage with sublingual misoprostol versus oxytocin in women receiving prophylactic oxytocin: a double-blind placebo-controlled randomized non-inferiority trial.
Mientras la arteria lingual izquierda dio origen a las arterias linguales profundas y sublinguales de ambos lados y asumio la totalidad de la irrigacion de la lengua.
House dust mite sublingual immunotherapy: a double-blind, placebo-controlled study in elderly patients with allergic rhinitis.
Sublingual and vaginal tablets of misoprostol (25 mcg) (Cytotec, Searle Pharmaceuticals, High Wycombe, Bucks, U.K.) and placebos in similar shapes were specifically prepared for the study by the pharmaceutics division of Shiraz University of Medical Sciences.
She was then sent to the otolaryngology unit, where she was diagnosed with a sublingual hematoma.