paraoral

par·a·o·ral

(par'ă-ō'răl),
Near or adjacent to the mouth.
[para- + L. os (or-), mouth]

par·a·o·ral

(par'ă-ōr'ăl)
Adjacent to mouth.
[para- + L. os (or-), mouth]
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Characteristics of oral and paraoral malignant lymphoma: a population-based review of 361 cases.
Gorsky, "Characteristics of oral and paraoral malignant lymphoma: a populationbased review of 361 cases," Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, Oral Radiology, and Endodontology, vol.
(1) Among the oral diseases, dental caries is a major concern among the rural population and if neglected it leads to pain and spread of infection to the paraoral structures.
(9) Myofibromatosis presents in the paraoral area as single or multiple submucosal nodules, usually in neonates and infants.
Although the topic is detailed and demands attention to the specifics of development, the text superbly provides the necessary details regarding oral, paraoral, head and neck development, and histology.
This above mentioned realization has created vigorous interest in research for the demographic and diagnostic profile of patients with complaints involving oral and paraoral tissues.
The decrease in mouth opening is due to the formation of fibrotic bands in the oral and paraoral mucosal soft tissues.
In the present study, the palate and the gingiva were the most frequently intraoral and paraoral tissues involved.