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Geodon
...  Another side effect which could be life threatening is the Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome which could be detected by these signs: irregular heartbeat, fever, stiffening of the muscles in the Cheek, jaw, leg or arm area. Other signs were already mentioned above. Any of the signs should not be ignored, as it is difficult to tell it apart from an ordinary side effect and Neuroleptic  ...

Addison’s Disease
...  Some symptoms related to this medical condition include chronic diarrhea, patchy skin colors, changes in blood pressure or heart rate, loss of appetite, fatigue, and lesions in the inside of the Cheeks. People who have developed this disease also exhibit other symptoms such as nausea and vomiting, continuous weight loss, paleness, and beyond normal craving for salt and salty food. Treatments  ...

Mouth Ulcers
...  ulcers almost always occur on the inside of the Cheek or on the gum near the Cheek and sometimes underneath or on the edge of the tongue. These small sores usually form quickly and can be quite painful, however, there are now effective ways of treating mouth ulcers. Of course avoiding possible causes will also help. Damage on the inside of your mouth can result from very hot or acidic food,  ...

Mouth
...  the tongue, which have the proper enzymes that can be used to chemically break down the food into something that is easily digestible by the stomach. The tongue and the side muscles, called “Cheeks,” then move in motion together to move the food from your mouth to your esophagus. This is then called the process of “swallowing.” But the pleasure of eating is all derived  ...

Lips Cheeks And Palate
...  lateral walls of the oral cavity of a person is defined by his or her Cheeks. The Cheeks are composed of subcutaneous fat, covered with outer skin. The fat is atop the facial muscles - responsible for assisting a person for speech, the chewing of food in the mouth and facilitating facial expressions. Moist stratified squamous epithelium line the inner layers of the Cheeks. The opening of the  ...


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