intralingual injection


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in·tra·lin·gual in·jec·tion

(in'tră-ling'gwăl in-jek'shŭn)
Introduction of medication into the tongue with a needle and syringe.
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intralingual injection

The injection of medicines into the tongue, usually done as an emergency measure when a vein suitable for use is not available because of circulatory collapse.
See also: injection
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