In the human body, the buccal cavity
is commonly known as what?
The oral structure of third stage larvae consisted of a dorsoventrally elongate oral opening with broad, relatively flat pseudolabia emanating from the cuticular lining of the buccal cavity
The buccal cavity
is a reflector that contemplates the alterations in the disease.
Buccal diverticulum in a buffalo heifer was diagnosed by its symptoms like large spherical and non fluctuating swelling on lateral aspect of buccal cavity
in front of masseter muscle with doughy consistency.
Female tilapia has bigger head than the male because of the buccal cavity
that can accommodate at least 300 eggs, he said.
Of these few are mixed with lime and kept in the GBS or applied as a paste over the gums or chewed, whichever might the way of consumption it is most often placed in the anatomical confines of the buccal cavity
hence local changes are more evident there.
Other studies have reported that exposure of the alveolar bone to the buccal cavity
even without surgical procedures causes bone resorption.
with a pair of broad and low dorsal folds (Fig.
Different body parts of fish such as; head, eyes, operculum, gills, buccal cavity
, skin and all fins were examined for fungal infection.
The claim relates to the company's Nutriose[R] fibre, a non-fermentable carbohydrate in the buccal cavity
and the maintenance of tooth mineralisation.
In patients, most tumors were seen in buccal cavity
(54%) followed by tongue (24%).
A sensory panel was used to test faster absorption through the buccal cavity
, which will result in earlier onset of action against motion sickness.