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- adj. Of or pertaining to the cheek and the tongue
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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.
C: Longitudinal/buccolingual thin-section of a human upper deciduous central incisor (Urn no. 6003) lacking an NL.
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.
A: Longitudinal/buccolingual thin-section of a human upper deciduous central incisor (Urn no.