buccopharyngeal


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buc·co·pha·ryn·ge·al

(bŭk'ō-fă-rin'jē-ăl),
Relating to both cheek or mouth and pharynx.

buccopharyngeal

[buk′ōfərin′jē·əl]
pertaining to the cheek and the pharynx or to the mouth and the pharynx.

buccopharyngeal

adjective Referring to the cheek/mouth and pharynx.

buccopharyngeal

adjective Referring to the cheek/mouth and pharynx

buc·co·pha·ryn·ge·al

(bŭk'ō-făr-in'jē-ăl)
Relating to both cheek or mouth and pharynx.

buc·co·pha·ryn·ge·al

(bŭk'ō-făr-in'jē-ăl)
Relating to both cheek or mouth and pharynx.

buccopharyngeal

pertaining to or emanating from the mouth and pharynx. Called also oropharyngeal.

buccopharyngeal antiseptics
these agents are widely used in human medicine but find little acceptance in the veterinary pharmaceutical field because of their difficulty of application.
imperforate buccopharyngeal membrane
a congenital defect of imperforation of the buccopharyngeal membrane. It prevents the animal from breathing through the nostrils and is incompatible with life. Called also choanal atresia.
buccopharyngeal membrane
a membrane present in fetal life which separates the nasal cavities from the pharynx.
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Males ventilate the burrows by filling their buccopharyngeal cavity with air and expelling the air during forays into the burrows (Ishimatsu et al.
The uvula being the site of the primitive buccopharyngeal membrane would therefore be derived from the same precursor?
The retropharyngeal space is a potential space that lies posterior to the buccopharyngeal fascia, anterior to the prevertebral fascia of the cervical and thoracic spine and extends laterally to the carotid sheaths.
The Marrara syndrome: a hypersensitivity reaction of the upper respiratory tract and buccopharyngeal mucosa to nymphs of Linguatula serrata.
Failure of perforation of the buccopharyngeal membrane during midface development in the developing fetus produces membranous choanal atresia.
The ultrasculptural striation of bony units can occur simultaneously in the dermal scales and buccopharyngeal denticles of a taxon, while both units are built from dentine (e.
Buccopharyngeal localizations of carcinoma cuniculatum.
The studies of Wheeler (1947; 1950) demonstrated that radioactive iodine (1131) was concentrated in the buccopharyngeal cells and armature of Drosophila gibberosa larva but no concentration of 1131 appeared in its endocrine structures.
Rare chondrichthyan buccopharyngeal scales (= oral denticles) and teeth have been documented from the Givetian (Middle Devonian) of Estonia and from the Famennian (Upper Devonian) of Latvia (Ivanov & Luksevics 1994; Mark-Kurik & Karatajute-Talimaa 2004).