buccal mucosa


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buccal mucosa

the mucous membranes lining the inside of the mouth.

buccal mucosa

Surgical anatomy
Mucosa buccalis. The inner lining of the cheeks and lips, which is an anatomic region that includes all the mucous membrane lining of the inner surface of the cheeks and lips, from the line of contact of the opposing lips to the line of attachment of mucosa to the alveolar ridges and pterygomandibular raphe, which occupies an area of 50–60 cm2.
 
Vox populi
Cheek lining.

buc·cal mu·co·sa

(bŭkăl myū-kōză)
Membrane that forms the inner lining of the cheeks.

buc·cal mu·co·sa

(bŭkăl myū-kōză)
Tissue lining that covers inside of cheeks; consists mainly of epithelium and subjacent connective tissue.
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Excess underlying tissue was removed from the buccal mucosa by dissection with a scalpel and mounted between two halves of Sweetana-Grass diffusion chamber clamps (Ceschel et al.
Our detection of MCPyV DNA in 2 buccal mucosa swabs is in line with recent reports of the widespread viral DNA in the human body (12,13,15).
Tissue-engineered buccal mucosa urethroplasty-clinical outcomes.
Although endoscopic treatment and urethral reconstruction with buccal mucosa graft have been described, open surgical removal of the diverticulum and primary closure can be the preferred approaches to treatment in patients with larger diverticula or diverticula with stone formation
The most common location for oral warts in HIV-infected patients is the labial and buccal mucosa, and the most common clinical presentation is multifocal flat lesions resembling FEH.
Its most common locations are the upper and lower lip, labial and buccal mucosa, soft palate, and the dorsum of the tongue.
6 percent had lesions on the palate, with the buccal mucosa involved in 24.
She was admitted to the hospital and diagnosed with a grade 3 OM on the right and left maxillary buccal mucosa (Figure 6 a, b).
During early October 1997, he noted a constellation of symptoms, including left eye pain, dysuria, arthralgias, and a painful ulcer of the right buccal mucosa.
However, the pain and inconvenience caused by many of these injection devices are driving pharmaceutical companies to discover alternative 'painless' modes of insulin delivery, particularly oral methods, such as the inner lining of the cheek, known medically as the buccal mucosa.
Smooth-bordered erosions of gingival and buccal mucosa are also common in pemphigoid.
Examine the buccal mucosa first the right, then the left, extending from the labial commissure and back to the anterior tonsillar pillar.