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ORAL. Something spoken in contradistinction to something written; as oral evidence, which is evidence delivered verbally by a witness,

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Oral cavity lesions are usually common but ignored.
That's probably because most dentists look right past the lips and into the oral cavity."
Specimens Submitted.--The anatomy of the oral cavity is complex and requires clear communication between the pathologists and the treating clinicians.
Prompt diagnosis by histopathological means, squamous cell carcinoma of oral cavity may result in elevation of survival rates, which are nearly 50% according to the current literature.9
Skin, nail and oral cavity pigmentation (Figure 1-6) was there in 24 (20.2%) patients.
It said that when cancers were divided amongst two genders, in males, cancer of oral cavity was found to be the leading malignancy (15.7pc) followed by liver cancer and colorectal cancer.
The oral cavity was complex ecosystem that consist of hundred different taxa of microorganisms may be detected founded, some studies suggested that the incoming bacteria to oral cavity like E.
A simple, free software tool that uses digital imaging (DI) to measure the anatomic structures in the oral cavity may be an objective, precise, quick, and reliable method.
Kamran Azim said that the research on this topic has been done first time in Pakistan which revealed that the increased abundance of acidogenic bacteria in the oral cavity of diabetic patients.
The involvement of various parts of the oral cavity is rare.
The top three malignancies amongst adult females were: breast cancer , ovary and uterine adnexa, and lip and oral cavity. Whereas in adult males, they were lip and oral cavity, liver and intra-hepatic bile duct, lung and prostate.