oral cavity

NOUN
  1. the opening through which food is taken in and vocalizations emerge
    he stuffed his mouth with candy
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  • The former word does not refer to oversecretion but rather to regurgitation of bile and acids from the proximal intestine and stomach into the oral cavity. No Uncertain Terms
  • To sweeten your oral cavity, you can have a piece of chewing gum.
  • Conclusions The Primacaine can be widely used in the oral cavity diagnosis with little noxious effect, good efficaciousness, strong osmosis, little hemorrhage and excellent pain-easing effect.
  • During the experiment, physiological measurements are taken and recorded with a pneumotachogram, a thoracic pneumogram, an abdominal pneumogram, and pressure data in the oral cavity. SpaceRef Top Stories
  • The mass protruded from the mouth on crying and then prolapsed in the oral cavity.
  • Mechanical oral care involves removal of plaque by tooth brushing and/or rinsing of the oral cavity.
  • Many cancers of the oral cavity and oropharynx can be found early, during routine screening examinations by a doctor or dentist, or by self-examination.
  • In one study of 24 pet owners in Japan, 19 who had not kissed their cat had no Pasteurella stomatitis in their oral cavity. Sophia Yin: Can Sleeping With Your Pet Make You Sick?
  • In one study of 24 pet owners in Japan, 19 who had not kissed their cat had no Pasteurella stomatitis in their oral cavity. Sophia Yin: Can Sleeping With Your Pet Make You Sick?
  • Oral cavity contains millions of anaerobic bacteria like fusobacterium and actinomyces which acts on the protein of food materials and putrefies them. Best Syndication -
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