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douloureux is defined as chronic pain condition affecting the trigeminal nerve in the face
the stapes is the a stirrup-shaped bone & the smallest in the human body
the average blood pressure reading for an adult is ____mm HG 120/80
on the outer side of the mandible near the premolar area is the mental foramen
systemic fluoride is fluoride that is ingested by mouth usually through a community's drinking water or supplements
abnormally slow resting pulse bradycardia
largest papillae on the tongue lingual papillae
the nerve that intervates the mandibular buccal gingiva and mucosa max nerve branch
another name for the articular disc in the TMJ meniscus
which bone forms the cheeks zygomatic bones
when recording bp position the arm to the pt's hearts height
adults usually have a ___ respiration rate than children slower
the diastolic # in the bp reading is the ____ figure lower
the maxillary sinus is the largest of the paranasal sinuses, and drains into the middle meatus of the nose
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