peribuccal

per·i·buc·cal

(per'i-bŭk'ăl),
Surrounding the cheek.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

per·i·buc·cal

(per'i-bŭk'ăl)
Surrounding the cheek.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Hypersensitivity reactions to iron sucrose involve generalized pruritus, burning sensation, and peribuccal hyperesthesia because even small amounts of corresponding allergens are able to trigger a mediator release when the patient is simultaneously exposed and this is managed by corticosteroids and antihistamines.
HFMD was defined by the presence of [greater than or equal to] 2 of the following signs: buccal or peribuccal ulcers; eruption on palms, soles, buttocks, knees, or elbows; or a generalized eruption.
Odontophore muscles (Figs 29-35): m1, several small muscle fibres connect buccal mass to adjacent inner surface of proboscis, one more developed pair originating in peribuccal lateral region of proboscis, running posteriorly, inserting in lateral side of anterior third of odontophore (Fig.
They resemble Milnesium tardigradum in having claw configuration [2-3]-[3-2], six peribuccal lamellae, a smooth cuticle, and accessory points on primary claw branches, but differ in having a having a more narrow posterior margin of the buccal tube and smaller claws relative to the length of the buccal tube.
Kaposi's varicelliform eruption in a patient with healing peribuccal dermabrasion.
Peribuccal organs of Placopecten magellanicus and Chlamys varia (Mollusca.
Peribuccal organs of Placopecten magellanicus and Chlamys varia (Mollusca: Bivalva): structure, ultrastructure and implications for feeding.
Oxygenation and Regulation Peribuccal cyanosis and acrocyanosis of the Temperature Speckled skin, vasoconstriction, bad