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Related to buccally: Misoprostol, insufflated, sublingually


Of or relating to the cheeks or the mouth cavity.

[From Latin bucca, cheek.]

buc′cal·ly adv.


(Anatomy) from the point of view of the cheek or mouth
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8) The most frequent form of use is by placing the pills in the vagina, or in the mouth sublingually or buccally, using a dosage that is related to the number of weeks of pregnancy from the last menstrual period.
Under the alternative regimen, the woman places 800 mcg of misoprostol pills in the vagina or buccally to induce bleeding, but she can decide to take it anywhere from 6 hours to 3 days after taking the mifepristone and she can take the misoprostol at home.
On extra-oral examination he had an obvious soft tissue swelling emanating from his parotid, and extending buccally towards the mental foramen.
The maxillary incisor 12 was in a palatal position with 13 buccally placed.
TORONTO -- A formulation of insulin that is sprayed in the mouth and absorbed buccally appears to control glucose as well as injected insulin when used before a meal, Dr.
Periodontal status was determined by examining six surfaces of all teeth (midbuccally, midlingually, and approximally both buccally and lingually) for the presence or absence of gingival bleeding on probing, sub-gingival calculus, and pocket depth as assessed by a ball point probe graded in 2 mm (probe force ~ 20 g; LM Instruments Oy, Parainen, Finland).