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  • adj. Of or pertaining to the cheek and the tongue

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Examples

  • Attention to diet; avoidance of smoking, heavy drinking, and drug abuse; regular exercise; and proper treatment of hypertension can contribute to avoiding such conditions as buccolingual, respiratory, and other cancers; arteriosclerotic dementias; cirrhosis of the liver; and alcoholic dementias.

    The Neuropsychiatric Guide to Modern Everyday Psychiatry

  • C: Longitudinal/buccolingual thin-section of a human upper deciduous central incisor (Urn no. 6003) lacking an NL.

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  • These abnormalities include (1) idiokinetic dyspraxia of the ipsilateral hand, (2) buccolingual dyspraxia (the patient may have trouble puffing out his cheeks, whistling, or blowing out a match), (3) weakness or paralysis of the contralateral extremities, and (4) dysgraphia of the ipsilateral (and sometimes the contralateral) hand.

    The Neuropsychiatric Guide to Modern Everyday Psychiatry

  • A: Longitudinal/buccolingual thin-section of a human upper deciduous central incisor (Urn no.

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