Hemostatic Agents for Reversing Action of New Oral
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The combination of modest tumor dimensions, ready surgical access, and the predominance of the well-differentiated histologic type leads to a generally better prognosis for patients with liposarcoma of the tongue or oral
cavity than for patients with a liposarcoma arising elsewhere in the head and neck.
The "current oral
-sex hysteria," Flanagan writes, "requires believing that a boy could be serviced at the school-bus train party--receiving oral
sex from ten or fifteen girls, one after another--and then zip his fly and head off to homeroom, first stopping in the stairwell for a quickie to tide him over until math.
Half of them had recently been diagnosed with oral
cancer and the other half had healthy mouths.
tasks are assigned to spur effective communication for the business setting in Tourism-related jobs; thus, the evaluation focuses on content and language production at the business place.
If dentistry chooses the status quo, it will likely continue its recent advances, but will find that its success has waning relevance to the country's oral
Liz Rogers, director of communications at Oral
Health America, told Nursing Homes/Long Term Care Management that the study did not specifically address long-term care residents' oral
health, but she suspects every state would fail on providing oral
healthcare to seniors in long-term care facilities.
Thus even this exclusively oral
domain was invigorated, if not shaped, by print culture.
Nearly equal proportions of women with and without breast cancer had ever used oral
contraceptives (70% and 68%, respectively), and the average duration of use among ever-users was similar (5.
Hairy leukoplakia is one of the most common, virally-induced, oral
diseases of individuals with HIV infection.
San Francisco, draws on its oral
history by using quotes from Walter Hauss, Sr.
changes are of particular significance in the etiology of dental disease in disabled people.