Hiérarchie anatomique

Anatomie générale > Système digestif > Bouche > Cavité orale > Vestibule oral > Joue

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The Cheeks (buccæ) form the sides of the face, and are continuous in front with the lips. They are composed externally of integument; internally of mucous membrane; and between the two of a muscular stratum, besides a large quantity of fat, areolar tissue, vessels, nerves, and buccal glands.

Structure.—The mucous membrane lining the cheek is reflected above and below upon the gums, and is continuous behind with the lining membrane of the soft palate. Opposite the second molar tooth of the maxilla is a papilla, on the summit of which is the aperture of the parotid duct. The principal muscle of the cheek is the Buccinator; but other muscles enter into its formation, viz., the Zygomaticus, Risorius, and Platysma.


Définition rédigée par Dr. A. Micheau - Dans le cadre du droit d'auteur d'IMAIOS - 2016 de http://www.imaios.com

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