Oral mucosa

What is Oral mucosa?

It is mucous membrane lining inner side of mouth. It consists of stratified squamous epithelium or oral epithelium.

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Sometimes eating fish or dried hard fish, fish bone or hard part scratch or pierce my oral mucosa
Especially more below than tooth gingival (inner...

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Brief Answer:
No it can not enter the blood vessels.

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A couple of days ago, the roof of my mouth started feeling itchy. I hadn't eaten anything out of the usual. Then it developed a welty texture, and...

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Please provide a photo of your oral mucosa....

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I have gone through your medical history carefully and...

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I was involved in vaginal sex twice 12 weeks back(86days) and i got HIV rapid blood test after 1 month and today (86) days after exposure both came...

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Brief Answer:
Your HIV risk is low only.

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You had tested twice, that too...

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