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

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Mandibular trauma, penetrating injuries of the floor of mouth, otitis media, oral neoplasms, and lymphangiomas have all been reported as potential causes of Ludwig's angina.
Histopatho-logically, the growth was found to be a squamous cell carcinoma confirming the findings of Withrow and MacEwen, 1996 and Ramos-Vara et al., 2000, wherein the occurrence of squamous cell carcinoma was reported to be the most common oral neoplasms than any other malignant growth of oral cavity.
Is periodontitis associated with oral neoplasms? J Periodontol, 2005; 76(3): 406-10.