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Macroscopical and microscopical; observations of the tongue in the Iraqi goat (Capra hircus).
1,3) The tongue is the most common location for intraoral schwannomas to occur; however, it is quite unusual to see a schwannoma at the base of the tongue.
Since the tongue was extremely large and protruding out of the oral cavity difficult intubation was anticipated
On examination of tongue groups of smooth reddish-pink atrophic or depapillated patches on the dorsum or lateral borders of the tongue were noted.
The Geographic tongue is a common lesion that frequently emerges on the dorsal and lateral border of the tongue.
Using fire as the dominant image, he links the tongue with fire.
It's really easy to understand what the Tongue Drive System can do and what it is good for," says Maysam Ghovanloo, an associate professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology, and a study co-author and principal investigator.
For the first time, the research team showed that people with tetraplegia can manoeuvre a wheelchair better with the Tongue Drive System than with the sip-and-puff system.
The bat's "hemodynamic nectar mop," as the paper dubs the tongue tip, features speed and reliability that industrial designers might envy, said lead author Cally Harper, a graduate student in the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at Brown University.
The tongue consists of a sizeable number of muscles, the contractions of which have the ability to affect negatively or positively articulation, resonance, and efficiency of phonation.