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The vertical groove located medially on the superior lip.
Bluntly adjoin another structure.
Acquired Facial Markings
Those developed throughout your lifetime, as a result of repetitious use of certain muscles.
Cut off a limb; dismember.
A material or technique employed to secure tissues or restorative materials in a fixed position.
External nostril openings.
Curved, as the beak of an eagle; a nose which has a "hook" as seen from a profile view.
Containing minute interspaces in a tissue.
Ecchymosis; an injury caused by a blow without laceration; a contusion.
Any benign or malignant tumor.
Eyelashes; the fringe of hair edging the eyelids.
A bruise; ecchymosis.
Cords of the Neck
Vertical prominence of the neck.
Partial loss of moisture content.
Back; protruding ridge of the nose.
Bruise; a discoloration of the skin caused by the escape of blood within the tissues and generally attended by swelling.
Any visible surface which is to remain uncovered or unclothed.
An elongated prominence adjoining a surface.
The vertical restraining band of flesh on the medial aspect of the inside of each lip connecting the lip with the gum.
An elongated depression in a relatively level plane or surface.
Babyish, childlike in regard to much adipose tissue.
Small elevation extending medially and obliquely from the medial corner of the superior palpebrae.
A type of suture used to close incisions so that suture thread remains entirely under the epidermis; a hidden suture.
Tissues turned in an opposite direction or folded inward.
A classification given to a nose which is long, narrow, and high-bridged.
A classification given to a nose which is medium broad and medium low-bridged.
A birthmark; a congenital skin blemish; any congenital anomaly, including various types of birthmarks and all types of moles.
A relatively deep indentation, usually between two projections.
The mouth; the orifice containing the teeth and tongue.