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Synonyms for mucosa

mucus-secreting membrane lining all body cavities or passages that communicate with the exterior

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Srinivasan, "Epithelioid hemangioma of the alveolar mucosa," Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology, vol.
Alveolar mucosa attached along alveolar ridge measured 3 x 1 cm in diameter.
The ideal area for this specific application would be the posterior mandible with the presence of alveolar mucosa.
After obtaining adequate anaesthesia using Lignocaine hydrochloride 2%, two oblique beveled incisions, one on the mesial aspect and the other on the distal aspect of the recession site, to raise a trapezoidal flap followed by two vertical incisions extending into the alveolar mucosa were given.
Background: The thickness of the alveolar mucosa influences the probability of the occurrence of denture-induced irritations.
Extraosseous ameloblastomas manifest as sessile or pedunculated, slow growing mass that is confined to gingiva and alveolar mucosa with no involvement of underlying bone.
Ameloblastoma, most commonly present itself as an intraosseous lesion and rarely as a peripheral lesion in gingival or alveolar mucosa. (2) This case report consists of an exophytic epulis-like peripheral component in retromolar region (figure 1) with characteristics of peripheral ameloblastoma, and an intraosseous component (figures 2 and 3) like solid ameloblastoma that caused a well-defined multilocular radiolucency in mesial, distal and periapical portion of the third molar and expansion of buccal and lingual plates.
Desmoplastic malignant melanoma of the palatal alveolar mucosa: Sustained disease-free survival after surgery and postoperative radiotherapy.
(1) (1997) reported it in the alveolar mucosa and the palate.
After tooth #8 was removed, an incision was made around the base of the stalk that connected the mass to the labial and alveolar mucosa. Sharp dissection was used to free the mass, and the specimen was sent for histopathologic analysis.
Only half the cartridge 0.9 ml of 4% articaine HCl with 1:100,000 epinephrine by Septodent(r) were administered by one dentist using a short needle gauge 27 (Tg Ject Sterilized Disposable Dental Needles, UK) was given to all patients with the bevel facing toward the periosteum into the alveolar mucosa and the solution was deposited in one minute.
Iodine solution was applied on subject's gingiva and alveolar mucosa by cotton pellet.
The objective of this review was to systematically evaluate the efficacy of periodontal surgical procedures in the various treatment modalities.1 Periodontal surgery procedures are performed to prevent or correct anatomical, developmental, traumatic, or plaque induced defects of the gingiva, alveolar mucosa, and bone.2
The gingival cyst of the adult is an uncommon developmental odontogenic cyst that occurs on the gingiva or alveolar mucosa. Because of the clinical and morphologic similarities of this cyst and lateral periodontal cyst, Wysocki et al.
However the OSCC of the hard palate and upper alveolar mucosa were specifically found more in female.