Digestive System

Upper Gastrointestinal Tract

Which structures form the oral cavity?

The oral cavity, also called the buccal (from the Latin bucca, meaning “cheek”) cavity, is formed by the mouth, lips, and cheeks. The teeth, tongue, palate, and salivary glands are associated with the oral cavity.


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