1,4) On Tl-weighted images, these lesions appear hypointense or isointense relative to the tongue
Judging the size of the tongue
is subjective as there are no existing measures for assessing tongue size; evaluation of the enlarged tongue is based on both clinical and functional assessment of the tongue
Patients are encouraged to brush the dorsum of the tongue
to eliminate debris that may serve as an irritant if the condition is symptomatic.
These exaggerations lead James to refer to the tongue
as an unruly evil full of lethal venom.
By the end of the trials, everybody preferred the Tongue
Drive System over their current assistive technology," says Joy Bruce, manager of the Shepherd Center's Spinal Cord Injury Lab and co-author of the study.
In other words, the bat's cylindrical tongue has a mesh of muscle fibers that contract so that the tongue
becomes thinner but longer (extending farther into the flower).
However, in some cases tongue-tie is severe and the tongue
is almost fused to the base of the mouth and the child may have to undergo a medical procedure to rectify the problem.
The length of the average tongue is 10cm but the size and shape can vary and still be normal - the tongue
is unique in that it has the ability to shrink or grow depending on its surroundings.
Muscle movement is initiated neurologically, and the tongue
must be free of extraneous tension to be able to respond comfortably and accurately to neural signals.
To my delight a garrulous friend of mine who after a retreat realized her folly of wasting words thus confessed in a freewheeling conversation: "It took me a whole month of introspection to realize that the tongue
is the source of all evil.
How was the tongue
you created in Step 6 different from the one you built in Step 2?
When researchers say that the tongue
has a direct nerve connection to the brain, it makes perfect sense.
is a highly muscular organ of deglutition, taste and speech.
For this method, you need to plane the tongue
off the first board you're fixing and put that edge against the left-hand wall.
Tongue-tie, or ankyloglossia, refers to a tongue that is attached too tightly to the floor of the mouth due to a short or tight frenulum (the thin membrane that attaches the tongue
to the floor of the mouth).