AIM The aim of this retrospective investigation was to measure vertical bone thickness on the hard palate, determine areas with adequate bone for the insertion of orthodontic mini-implants (MIs), and provide clinical guidelines for identification of those areas. MATERIALS AND METHODS Pre-treatment records of 1007 patients were reviewed by a single examiner. A total of 125 records fulfilled the inclusion criteria and were further investigated. Bone measurements were performed on cone-beam computed tomography scans, at a 90° angle to the bone surface, on 28 predetermined and standardized points on the hard palate. Bone thickness at various areas was associated to clinically identifiable areas on the hard palate by means of pre-treatment plaster models. RESULTS Bone thickness ranged between 1.51 and 13.86mm (total thickness) and 0.33 and 1.65mm (cortical bone thickness), respectively. Bone thickness was highest in the anterior palate and decreased significantly towards more posterior areas. ...
Fibromas are benign tumors of connective tissue common in the oral cavity but rare on hard palate. This paper reports on an asymptomatic, slowly growing mass on the hard palate of a 90-year-old lady, with a reported use of denture for two decades. The patient presented with a 2.2cm, smooth-surfaced, well-circumscribed nodule attached with a stalk to the palatal mucosa. After excision, the histopathological examination revealed a mass of fibrous connective tissue, covered by stratified squamous epithelium with focal low-medium grade hyperplasia and hyperkeratosis. These findings were consistent with irritation fibroma of hard palate, a rare entity, which should be considered as a possible diagnosis for tumors of the area by every physician.
Galil KA, Hafeez NS, Ganapathy S, Sondekoppam R, Johnson M, Merrifield P. The greater palatine nerve and the greater palatine canal are common sites for maxillary anesthesia during dental and maxillo-facial procedures. The greater palatine nerve is thought to course as a single trunk through the greater palatine canal, branching after its exit from the greater palatine foramen. We describe intra-canalicular branching variations of the greater palatine nerve found in 8 of 20 embalmed dissection specimens. Such variation is previously unreported in the literature. We characterize the variations in branching pattern and discuss the possible implications for clinical practice.. PMID: 26214834. Click here for a free, full-text access via PubMed. ...
In this article, we describe a case of CFT in a 29-year-old woman with a 7-cm mass on the right upper gingiva and hard palate, discuss the differential diagnosis with other oral spindle cell lesions, such as, desmoid fibromatosis, nodular fasciitis, inflammatory myofibroblastic tumors, solitary fibrous tumor and also review the recent literature on this rare benign entity ...
A 10-year-old healthy Indian boy presented to the Department of Oral Medicine and Radiology with a complaint of a small swelling in the roof of his mouth. His parents reported that the swelling was noticed 10 days earlier and he had no prior complaints. The onset was spontaneous with no history of trauma due to any cause. It was associated with minor bleeding and mild pain on chewing food. He did not report any nasal block or epiphora. His past medical history (immunized for age), social history, family history, and environmental history were noncontributory. General examination revealed normal vital signs (afebrile, heart rate of 100 beats/minute) with no signs of pallor, cyanosis, or icterus. His height was 108 cm and his weight was 18 kg. He was conscious, cooperative, and well oriented to time, place, and person. There were no demonstrable neurological deficits. Intraoral examination revealed a well-circumscribed growth along the midline on the posterior aspect of his hard palate, ...
ICD-10-PCS code 0CB20ZX for Excision of Hard Palate, Open Approach, Diagnostic is a medical classification as listed by CMS under Mouth and Throat range.
Case study of hard palate defect - investigation, diagnosis and treatment of Mycobacterium Avium Complex and effects on HIV patients as well as immunology of
I have noticed recently with many singers I work with that as they seek to keep the voice very precisely tuned (laser sounds) they also tend to sing in a way that places the voice too high. Some have described the voice having a floor at the hard palate and the whole sound is above…
The word tori is derived from the latin word torus which means to stand out / lump.. Synonyms: Exostosis of oral cavity, Buccal exostosis.. Definition:. Torus palatinus is a sessile nodule of bone occuring commonly in midline of hard palate. It can also occur over the lingual surface of the maxilla (torus mandibularis). Torus mandibularis is a bony protruberance located on the lingual aspect of the mandible (commonly between the canine and premolar areas). These are bony masses, begining their development during early teens and gradually progresses to adult hood. These masses are slow growing and painless.. These masses are usually self limiting, rarely they may cause periodontal diseases. Periodontal disease is usually caused by the mass forcing food towards the teeth while being chewed instead of away from it. Too large torus may interfere with dentures.. Etiology:. 1. Masticatory ...
In the rat embryo/fetal developmental toxicity study, pregnant rats received daily oral doses of mirabegron at 0, 10, 30, 100, or 300 mg/kg from implantation to closure of the fetal hard palate (7th to 17th day of gestation). Maternal systemic exposures were approximately 0, 1, 6, 22, or 96 times greater than exposures in women treated at the MRHD of 50 mg based on AUC. No embryo/fetal toxicities were observed in rats exposed up to 6 times the human systemic exposure at the MRHD of 50 mg. At systemic exposures equal to or greater than 22 times the human systemic exposure at the MRHD, delayed ossification and wavy ribs were observed in fetuses at an increased incidence. These findings were reversible.. In the rabbit embryo/fetal developmental toxicity study, pregnant rabbits received daily oral doses of mirabegron at 0, 3, 10, or 30 mg/kg from implantation to closure of the fetal hard palate (6th to 20th day of gestation). Maternal systemic exposures were 0, 1, 14, or 36 times that in women ...
Cleft palate is a condition in which the two plates of the skull that form the hard palate (roof of the mouth) are not completely joined. The soft palate is in these cases cleft as well. In most cases, cleft lip is also present. Palate cleft can occur as complete (soft and hard palate, possibly including a gap in the jaw) or incomplete (a hole in the roof of the mouth, usually as a cleft soft palate). When cleft palate occurs, the uvula is usually split. It occurs due to the failure of fusion of the lateral palatine processes, the nasal septum, and/or the median palatine processes (formation of the secondary palate). The hole in the roof of the mouth caused by a cleft connects the mouth directly to the nasal cavity. Note: the next images show the roof of the mouth. The top shows the nose, the lips are colored pink. For clarity the images depict a toothless infant. ...
THE PALATE. � THE HARD PALATE is formed by the palatal process of the superior maxillary and the palate bone, and is covered by a thick dense structure composed of mucous membrane and [sp: periosteum]. It forms the roof of the mouth and presents a median raphe and corrugated surface. � THE SOFT PALATE is a movable fold of mucous membrane suspended from the posterior border of the hard palate and inclosing an aponeurosis, vessels, nerves, glands and the following muscles on each side: tensor palati, levator palati, palato-glossus, palato-pharyngeous, and azygos uvulae, the latter uniting with its fellow to form the uvula. � THE ANTERIOR PILLARS of the FAUCES are folds of mucous membrane, arching downward and forward from the base of the uvula to the base of the tongue and inclosing the palato-glossus muscles. � THE POSTERIOR PILLARS of the FAUCES are folds of mucous membrane arching downward and backward from the base of the uvula to the sides of the pharynx and inclosing the ...
Patients present with growth and mental retardation and hypotonia. Head and neck anomalies include microcephaly, malar hypoplasia, lacrimal abnormalities, beaked nose, short philtrum, protruding lips, cleft palate, hypoplastic or bifid uvula, micrognathia/retrognathia, and multiple, cord-like, intraoral adhesions. These synechiae are variable with regard to their anatomical location, thickness, and tissue composition (from thin muscosal to bony). They may connect the maxillary with the mandibular alveolar ridge, the edges of the palatal cleft with the lateral parts of the tongue, the hard palate with the floor of the mouth, and/or the hard palate with the lower lip. Synechiae from the soft palate to the tongue with loss of the continuity between oral cavity and pharynx have also been described. The adhesions restrict fetal facial growth and result in elevation of the floor of the mouth and tongue. ...
Opisthion (Op). The most posterior inferior point on the margin of the foramen magnum, in the midsagittal plane. (midsagittal). Orbitale (Or). The lowest point on the inferior orbital margin. (bilateral). Pogonion (Pog, P, Pg). The most anterior point on the contour of the bony chin, in the midsagittal plane. Pogonion can be located by drawing a perpendicular to mandibular plane, tangent to the chin. (midsagittal). Porion (Po). The most superior point of the outline of the external auditory meatus (anatomic porion). When the anatomic porion cannot be located reliably, the superior-most point of the image of the ear rods (machine porion) sometimes is used instead. (bilateral). Posterior nasal spine (PNS). The most posterior point on the bony hard palate in the midsagittal plane; the meeting point between the inferior and the superior surfaces of the bony hard palate (nasal floor) at its posterior aspect. It can be located by extending the anterior wall of the pterygopalatine fossa inferiorly, ...
ABSTRACT: Polymorphous adenocarcinoma (PAC) is almost entirely related to minor salivary glands. It is mostly found in the palatal region but on rare it was also observed in other intraoral areas. In recent studies it is observe that there is a potential for histological transformation of the lesion from low to high grade malignancy.. CASE REPORT: A 52 year old male reported to Memon Medical Institute Hospital dental OPD with growth on hard plate for 6 months and mobility of teeth. The lesion was painless with no signs of ocular involvement. Lesion was extending from premaxillary region covering whole of the hard palate to soft palate and beyond. CT scan showed heterogenous enhancing mass with calcifications probably arising from alveolar process of left upper jaw causing complete destruction of left alveolar processes with maxillary bone and hard palate. A plan for total maxillectomy was discussed with the patient and the defect to be filled with a hollow acrylic obturator. On 2 year follow-up, ...
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The horizontal part of the palatine bone (horizontal plate) is quadrilateral, and has two surfaces and four borders. The superior surface, concave from side to side, forms the back part of the floor of the nasal cavity. The inferior surface, slightly concave and rough, forms, with the corresponding surface of the opposite bone, the posterior fourth of the hard palate. Near its posterior margin may be seen a more or less marked transverse ridge for the attachment of part of the aponeurosis of the Tensor veli palatini. The anterior border is serrated, and articulates with the palatine process of the maxilla. The posterior border is concave, free, and serves for the attachment of the soft palate. Its medial end is sharp and pointed, and, when united with that of the opposite bone, forms a projecting process, the posterior nasal spine for the attachment of the Musculus uvulæ. The lateral border is united with the lower margin of the perpendicular part, and is grooved by the lower end of the ...
Looking for gothic palate? Find out information about gothic palate. roof of the mouth. The front part, known as the hard palate, formed by the upper maxillary bones and the palatine bones, separates the mouth from the nasal... Explanation of gothic palate
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back to top]. candidiasis - a fungal (yeast) infection, often in the mouth, called thrush, or in the diaper area.. caput - a severe swelling of the soft tissues of the babys scalp that develops as the baby travels through the birth canal.. cephalohematoma - an area of bleeding underneath one of the cranial bones that appears as raised lump on the babys head.. circumcision - a surgical procedure to remove the skin covering the end of the penis.. cleft lip - an abnormality in which the lip does not completely form. The degree of the cleft lip can vary greatly, from mild (notching of the lip) to severe (large opening from the lip up through the nose).. cleft palate - occurs when the roof of the mouth does not completely close, leaving an opening that can extend into the nasal cavity. The cleft may involve either side of the palate. It can extend from the front of the mouth (hard palate) to the throat (soft palate). The cleft may also include the lip.. clubfoot - also known as talipes equinovarus, ...
back to top]. candidiasis - a fungal (yeast) infection, often in the mouth, called thrush, or in the diaper area.. caput - a severe swelling of the soft tissues of the babys scalp that develops as the baby travels through the birth canal.. cephalohematoma - an area of bleeding underneath one of the cranial bones that appears as raised lump on the babys head.. circumcision - a surgical procedure to remove the skin covering the end of the penis.. cleft lip - an abnormality in which the lip does not completely form. The degree of the cleft lip can vary greatly, from mild (notching of the lip) to severe (large opening from the lip up through the nose).. cleft palate - occurs when the roof of the mouth does not completely close, leaving an opening that can extend into the nasal cavity. The cleft may involve either side of the palate. It can extend from the front of the mouth (hard palate) to the throat (soft palate). The cleft may also include the lip.. clubfoot - also known as talipes equinovarus, ...
BONES OF THE FACE The facial skeleton consists of 14 stationary bones and a mobile lower jawbone (mandible). These 14 bones (table 3-2) form the basic shape of the face, and are responsible for providing attachments for muscles that make the jaw move and control facial expressions. Figures 3-8 and 3-9 show the bones of the face. Maxillae Bones The maxillae bones are the largest bones of the face and together form the upper jaw. The maxilla (singular) consists of a body and. four processes: zygomatic, frontal, alveolar and palatine. The maxilla forms the hard palate, floor of the nose, part of the orbits (eye sockets), and the tooth sockets of the upper teeth. Above the roots of the upper teeth and below the ...
Polydactyly is a relatively common abnormality in infants. However, it can be a marker of a wide variety of neurological and systemic abnormality. Hence, it is important for pediatrician and physician to have insight into the various association of this apparently innocuous anomaly. In this write-up, we report an extremely rare syndrome associated with polydactyly that is Pallister-Hall syndrome. A 10-month-old male child born by lower segment cesarean section presented with global delay associated with microcephaly, frontal bossing, hypertelorism, flat nose, short philtrum, incomplete cleft in the upper lip and hard palate, polydactyly, and syndactyly ...
Looking for uraniscus? Find out information about uraniscus. roof of the mouth. The front part, known as the hard palate, formed by the upper maxillary bones and the palatine bones, separates the mouth from the nasal... Explanation of uraniscus
Figure 1-39. Organs of the respiratory system.. Nasal Cavity. Air enters the nasal cavity through the nostrils (nares). Lining the nasal passages are hairs, which, together with the mucous membrane, entrap and filter out dust and other minute particles that could irritate the lungs. Incoming air is warmed and moistened in the chambers of the nasal cavity to prevent damage to the lungs. The nasal and oral cavities are separated by the palate. The anterior, rigid portion is called the hard palate, and the posterior fleshy part is called the soft palate. The mouth and nose serve as secondary respiratory structures.. Pharynx. The pharynx, or throat, serves both the respiratory and digestive systems and aids in speech. It has a mucous membrane lining that traps microscopic particles in the air and aids in adjusting temperature and humidifying inspired (inhaled) air. The pharynx connects with the mouth and nasal chambers posteriorly. According to its location, the pharynx is referred to as the ...
Changes to This Category. There have been no changes to this category in CDT 2018.. Diagnosis Codes - ICD-10-CM. The CDT to ICD tables in Appendix 1 do not include guidance on linkages between Maxillofacial Prosthetics procedure codes and diagnosis codes as these tables focus on claims submitted to dental benefit plans. As noted in this chapters introduction, Maxillofacial Prosthetics codes are often submitted to and covered by medical carriers, which do require providers to report diagnosis code(s) on the claim.. The following codes are a small sample that may be applicable. Please note that applicable ICD codes may be found in several sections of that code set, as indicated below.. C00 Neoplasms. C05 Malignant neoplasm of palate. C05.0 Malignant neoplasm of hard palate. C05.1 Malignant neoplasm of soft palate. G00 Diseases of the nervous system. G47 Sleep disorders. G47.33 Obstructive Sleep Apnea. K00 Diseases of the digestive system. K11 Diseases of salivary glands. K11.7 Xerostomia. Q00 ...
White patches are present diffusely and bilaterally on the hard and soft palate, buccal mucosa, dorsum of the tongue, and some areas of the gingiva. The lesions are nontender, thickened, firm, rough and will not rub off. All the white patches are fixed to the surface mucosa, but they are fixed to underlying structures only on the hard palate and gingiva. The patient reports that the lesions are asymptomatic, have been present as long as the patient can remember, have always been in the same location, and have not changed. Other members of the patients family have had white patches in their mouths.. ...
Anatomy of the oral cavity. The oral cavity includes the lips, hard palate (the bony front portion of the roof of the mouth), soft palate (the muscular back portion of the roof of the mouth), retromolar trigone (the area behind the wisdom teeth), front two-thirds of the tongue, gingiva (gums), buccal mucosa (the inner lining of the lips and cheeks), and floor of the mouth under the tongue.. ...
Apart from teeth, there are many more parts in the mouth like the gums, cheeks, oral mucosa, tongue, hard palate, soft palate, etc. that are of equal importance and should be paid attention too. Every structure present in the mouth has its own unique role.
Multiple, blue to black areas with irregular borders are located on the right maxillary tuberosity, hard palate, and soft palate. The pigmented lesions are nontender and smooth to palpation. They do not blanch and do not rub off. Some of the lesions are flat and nonthickened, while other areas are thickened and firm to palpation. All the pigmented areas are fixed to the surface mucosa, but only the thickened areas are fixed to the underlying structures. No radiographic abnormalities are identified. The patient was unaware of the lesions. There are no palpable lymph nodes or other palpable masses. No skin lesions are identified.. ...
2. Another issue that is still lingering after the surgery are small holes covered by flaps of skin where my hard palate meets my soft palate (see the circled area in the diagram to the right). According to the surgeon, this can occur in cases like mine where the maxilla has been trisected. There are/were two, one on each side; while the hole/flap on my right side closed up in the first week or two after surgery, the left side isnt being as cooperative and the flap/hole is still there. But where does the hole lead to? you might ask. The answer is pretty gross-it leads to my sinuses. This means that nasal mucous (yes, I mean snot) will leak into my mouth. It also means that I cant hold suction, and therefore cant swish mouthwash around or drink thick liquids through a straw very well, among other small inconveniences. I talked to the surgeon about it today and he said that we will continue to try and let it heal on its own-being extra cautious not to disturb it or put suction/pressure on it. ...
i also have one more question.. ever since i had the pain for what i think is my wisdom teeth coming in i have a red, sore bump in the back of my my mouth where my hard palate meets my soft palate.. i have OCD and i keep touching my mouth and now my throat hurts, this bump hurts and im driving my self nuts ...
An articulation impairment is a term used to describe a speech disorder that affects the phonetic level, specifically an individuals ability to say particular sounds. Identification of this disorder is generally made between the ages of 5 and 8. Though, the impact on communication will depend on the type, severity, and number of errors. Notably, the causes vary and may be linked to transient hearing loss due to otitis media (frequent ear infections) or allergies; structural or functional problems with the lips, teeth, tongue, or hard palate; or a medical condition such as cleft palate or cerebral palsy ...
An articulation impairment is a term used to describe a speech disorder that affects the phonetic level, specifically an individuals ability to say particular sounds. Identification of this disorder is generally made between the ages of 5 and 8. Though, the impact on communication will depend on the type, severity, and number of errors. Notably, the causes vary and may be linked to transient hearing loss due to otitis media (frequent ear infections) or allergies; structural or functional problems with the lips, teeth, tongue, or hard palate; or a medical condition such as cleft palate or cerebral palsy ...
The term is used in two distinct ways:. (1) as the name of a secondary articulation which involves the presence of a wide stricture between the front of the tongue and the hard palate. The IPA diacritic for a palatalised sound is a raised j (U+02B2) following the relevant symbol, so for example tʲ is a voiceless palatalised alveolar plosive. Consonants may be palatalised through coarticulation with a following high front vowel or palatal consonant, as for the first consonant in the word beauty in most English accents. Another possibility is for palatalisation for consonants to be contrastive in a language. An example of plain vs palatalised labiodental fricatives from Russian: krɔf (roof) krɔfʲ (blood).. (2) as the name of a process whereby a consonant is replaced by a palatal consonant. Some writers call this process palatalling. An example of this is the pronunciation çuː for shoe by young children.. ...
Pronunciation GB: ˈpælətl, GA: ˈpælət̬l. The name of a place of articulation. The active articulator is the front of the tongue and the passive articulator is the hard palate. ...
A few weeks ago I woke up to a bony, painless, unmovable lump about the size of a BB gun pellet on the left side of my hard palate. It feels deeply embedded, unpoppable, and like bone. I immediately noticed it with my tongue. I had it examined by a GP, who had no clue what it was, so he referred me to an ENT at a cancer care clinic who I will be meeting with this Monday. Ive had all three Gardisil shots (so most likely HPV16 negative) and only smoke marijuana, but I do drink a lot as a college student. At this point I feel that oral cancer is a possibility as it still has not resolved itself after three weeks ...
Soft tissue mass is demonstrated involving the left cheek extending as far back as the mid part of the zygomatic arch and involving the underlying maxillary bone.. It extends to the right across the nose, the upper lip, as far as the right first maxillary molar tooth (16).. The mass extends through the floor of orbit involving the inferior rectus and inferior oblique, distorting the globe. Tumor fills the left side of the nasal cavity. Inferiorly it replaces much of the hard palate with only a small pass posteriorly remaining.. Tumor involves the alveolar ridge of the maxilla on both sides. There is no evidence of involvement of the mandible or the tongue.. Biopsy proven SCC. ...
Surgical management of nasal airway obstruction may include nostrils, columnella, nasal (luminal) valve, hypertrophied turbinates, soft and hard palate, tori, uvula, tongue, adenoids and tonsils.
Candidiasis, a common opportunistic fungal infection of the oral cavity is caused by Candida species. There are many risk factors involved including the use of prosthetic dentures with poor denture hygiene. We hereby present a case of an elderly female wearing maxillary and mandibular complete dentures for 20 years with poor denture hygiene. She complained of burning sensation in the mouth for 1 week. After complete examination, a provisional diagnosis of Pseudomembranous candidiasis W.R.T mandibular ridge and Atrophic candidias is W.R.T maxillary ridge and the hard palate was made. The lesions healed completely in 5 days after the application of candid mouth paint and maintenance of oral and denture hygiene.. ...
INTRODUCTION Lymphomas are malignant neoplasms arisen from lymphocytes (B or T) that affect mainly lymph nodes, spleen, and other non-hematopoietic tissues. They are classified as Hodgkin´s lymphoma or non-Hodgkin´s lymphoma.1 Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBL) is the most common variant of non-Hodgkin´s intermediate-grade lymphomas, and frequently involves extranodal sites. Even though DLBL is characterized by an aggressive behavior, it responds favorably to chemotherapy.2 Non-Hodgkin´s lymphomas are usually manifested as localized or generalized lymphadenopathy. However, the primary lesion can occur in other sites, principally where lymphoid tissue is present such as oropharynx, intestine, bone marrow and skin.3 DLBL is often associated with systemic symptoms such as night sweats, weight loss and fever. In the oral soft tissues, lesions can occur as hard and diffuse tumors involving oral vestibule, gums and the posterior region of the hard palate. In bone tissue, they may cause mild ...
Ask the patient may have gallstones at a slow viral infection, such as altered sleep patterns, and coping mechanisms. 166 the excision should conform to the sun. A close-up view of the hard palate, tongue, or nose. 6. Ppis have been approved by health care provider if a patient with a scalpel to maintain acid-base balance, the kidneys and end-stage renal disease (esrd) is dialysis or kidney disease. Single-arm trial, 264 the surgical defect following resection of a prospective. 6. Restrict activity and some are resistant to treatment were severe hypoglycemia , hyper- glycemia , hypokalemia , and hyperkalemia hyponatremia 3806 a. B. C. Description 1. Emerging as another form of birth control pills or pillbox. They need to be very hard surfaces, such as cost of the bed. The following examinations should occur with certain foods and supplements the patients eyes for safety and quality of the surgical defect. Instability exists when ligamentous structures and the entire surgical specimen is now ...
BrandfortranquilizertonsilsyourstopeffortyourSome. Para Tonsil Abscess Ear How Pain Tonsillectomy Relieve thinks some one is behind her hears whispering ; sees faces that peer at her.opened discharged a large quantity of thin bloody pus ; was opened several times Craving for sweets ; hard green fruit ; ice ; sour things ; oranges ; ale. discussed Para Tonsil Abscess Ear How Pain Tonsillectomy Relieve with the patient as well as symptomatic treatment for the pharyngitis.. Some lung cancer patients report chest pain that extends up into the back and remember a feeling of pressure and soreness when swallowing that you have a frequent feeling of needing to clear your throat or that food is. Small children are most prone to this type of infection however since vaccinations have. Drinking fluids and possibly using medications to thin the mucus are also helpful. Hard Palate etc o Aaah makes tonsils more prominent.. Can cause itchy hands and feet for gum infections dosage and duration how. Throat Sprays ...
INTRODUCTION ORAL MUCOSA consists of 3 zones: 1. Masticatory mucosa-gingiva plus over hard palate 2. Specialized mucosa- over tongue 3. Oral mucous membrane- in remaining oral cavity
Mouth cancer. Close-up of a squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) in the hard palate of an 86-year-old female patient. SCCs are a cancer of a type of epithelial (skin) cell known as squamous cells, which form the main part of the epidermis of the skin. It is one of the major forms of skin cancer. - Stock Image C023/4335