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Clusters of ​ bean-shaped ​ ​lymphoid ​ ​ tissue, ​ ​ which are throughout ​ ​ the ​ ​ body ​ ​ and ​ ​ need ​ ​ to be ​ ​ recorded ​ ​ in ​ ​ a ​ ​ patient’s ​ ​ chart ​ ​ if ​ ​ palpable ​ ​ or ​ ​ tender.

Space ​ ​ between ​ ​ the ​ ​ gingivae ​ ​ and ​ ​ teeth ​ ​ and ​ ​ the ​ ​ cheeks ​ ​ and ​ ​ lips

Terminates ​ ​ in ​ ​ a ​ ​ thicker ​ ​ area ​ ​ of ​ ​ the ​ ​ midline ​ ​ of ​ ​ the ​ ​ upper ​ ​ lip at ​ ​ the ​ ​ tubercle ​ ​ of ​ ​ the ​ ​ upper lip ​ ​ and ​ ​ marks ​ ​ the ​ ​ fusion ​ ​ of ​ ​ the ​ ​ maxillary ​ ​ and ​ ​ medial ​ ​ nasal ​ ​ processes.

Mandibular ​ ​ feature ​ ​ between ​ ​ coronoid ​ ​ process ​ ​ and ​ ​ the ​ ​ condyle.

ivision ​ ​ of ​ ​ the ​ ​ face ​ ​ into ​ ​ thirds ​ ​ (Golden ​ ​ proportions

​ Compressible ​ ​ mucosa ​ ​ lacking ​ ​ stratum ​ ​ corneum ​ ​ (keratin ​ ​ layer) ​ ​ and ​ ​ granulosum (granular ​ ​ layer) ​ ​ and ​ ​ attaching ​ ​ loosely ​ ​ to ​ ​ muscles ​ ​ and ​ ​ bone ​ ​ in ​ ​ the ​ ​ oral ​ ​ cavity.

Vertical ​ ​ portion ​ ​ of ​ ​ the ​ ​ mandible ​ ​ that ​ ​ extends ​ ​ and ​ ​ divides ​ ​ into ​ ​ two ​ ​ processes.

Main ​ ​ feature ​ ​ of ​ ​ the ​ ​ mental ​ ​ region.

​ Loss ​ ​ of ​ ​ this ​ ​ border ​ ​ with ​ ​ excessive ​ ​ sun ​ ​ damage. Vermillion ​ ​ border ​ ​ (mucocutaneous ​ ​ junction) 11. ​ ​ Surface ​ ​ closest ​ ​ to ​ ​ inner ​ ​ cheek.

The ​ ​ oral ​ ​ cavity ​ ​ communicates ​ ​ externally ​ ​ through ​ ​ the ​ ​ lips ​ ​ and ​ ​ internally ​ ​ with ​ ​ the pharynx ​ ​ through ​ ​ this ​ ​ opening. ​ ​​

Elevation ​ ​ of ​ ​ tissue ​ ​ on ​ ​ inner ​ ​ part ​ ​ of ​ ​ buccal ​ ​ mucosa ​ ​ opposite ​ ​ the ​ ​ maxillary ​ ​ second molar. ​ ​​

Small ​ ​ yellow ​ ​ elevations ​ ​ (misplaced ​ ​ sebaceous ​ ​ gland ​ ​ tissue) ​ ​ that ​ ​ increase ​ ​ with ​ ​ age.

Heavy ​ ​ horizontal ​ ​ part ​ ​ of ​ ​ the ​ ​ mandible ​ ​ and ​ ​ maxilla ​ ​ below/above ​ ​ alveolar ​ ​ process ​ ​ and teeth.

The ​ ​ shared ​ ​ duct ​ ​ opening ​ ​ for ​ ​ the ​ ​ submandibular ​ ​ and ​ ​ sublingual ​ ​ glands

Pit-like ​ ​ remnant ​ ​ of ​ ​ the ​ ​ developing ​ ​ thyroid ​ ​ gland ​ ​ on ​ ​ the ​ ​ tongue

Tendinous ​ ​ band ​ ​ of ​ ​ tissue ​ ​ that ​ ​ forms ​ ​ the ​ ​ most ​ ​ posterior ​ ​ aspect ​ ​ of ​ ​ the ​ ​ cheek ​ ​ and ​ ​ an attachment ​ ​ site ​ ​ for ​ ​ the ​ ​ buccinator ​ ​ muscle. ​ ​​

Produces ​ ​ 60-65% ​ ​ of ​ ​ the ​ ​ saliva ​ ​ volume.

Most ​ ​ numerous ​ ​ papillae ​ ​ of ​ ​ the ​ ​ tongue ​ ​ not ​ ​ associated ​ ​ with ​ ​ taste ​ ​ buds.

​ Keratinized ​ ​ mucosa ​ ​ firmly ​ ​ attached ​ ​ to ​ ​ underlying ​ ​ bone.

Loss ​ ​ of ​ ​ this ​ ​ border ​ ​ with ​ ​ excessive ​ ​ sun ​ ​ damage

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Chin

Vestibule

Sigmoid ​ ​ (mandibular) ​ ​ notch

Fordyce’s ​ ​ spots

Vermillion ​ ​ border ​ ​ (mucocutaneous ​ ​ junction)

Vertical ​ ​ dimension

Submandibular ​ ​ gland

Body

Pterygomandibular ​ ​ raphe

Filiform

Masticatory ​ ​ mucosa

Parotid ​ ​ papilla

Foramen ​ ​ cecum

​​ Ramus

Sublingual ​ ​ caruncle

Lining ​ ​ mucosa

Lymph Nodes

Buccal

Fauces

Philtrum