Snuff dipping

Related to Snuff dipping: Snoose
See Dipping, n., 5.

See also: Snuff

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cigarette smoking, snuff dipping, betel nut chewing and alcoholism.
Different Histopathological Grades of Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Patients with History of Snuff Dipping. J Khyber Col Dent 2016; 6: 2-6.
Patients' files lacked demographic and behavioral information of the patients such as smoking, alcohol consumption and snuff dipping.
Another weakness in this study was the lack of demographic and behavioral information of the patients such as smoking, alcohol consumption and snuff dipping. This data is difficult to obtain in this setting as files were lacking.
Oral cancer induced in hamsters with herpes simplex infection and simulated snuff dipping. Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol 1986;62:164-8.
McGinnis et al[3] compared data from 1970 and 1985 and found a ninefold increase of snuff dipping and a doubling of chewing tobacco use among teenagers 17 to 19 years old.
[11]Winn DM, Blot WJ, Shy CM, Pickle LW, et al: Snuff dipping and oral cancer among women in the Southern United States.
"The Surgeon General warning snuff dipping may cause cancer'?
But in rural America, snuff dipping and tobacco chewing continued, in part because of the danger of fire from cigarettes.
Key Words: Oral cancer, snuff dipping, patient delay, professional delay and total delay.
The questionnaire included 12 questions pertaining to knowledge about oral cancer, its causative factors, key symptoms and habits of snuff dipping and smoking.
Patient was chronic user of snuff dipping at various locations of oral cavity for a long period of time.