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tonsil tennis

slang Open-mouthed kissing in which both partners' tongues touch. There's this area behind the school where lots of couples go to play tonsil tennis.
See also: tennis, tonsil

tonsil hockey

slang Open-mouthed kissing in which both partners' tongues touch. There's this area behind the school where lots of couples go to play tonsil hockey.
See also: hockey, tonsil

play tonsil hockey

slang To kiss very amorously, with mouths open and tongues touching. There's this area behind the school where lots of couples go to play tonsil hockey. I went to see a movie with Tom and his girlfriend, but they just played tonsil hockey through the whole thing!
See also: hockey, play, tonsil

play tonsil hockey

tv. to kiss deeply, using the tongue. Kids sit around in cars, playing tonsil hockey all evening.
See also: hockey, play, tonsil

tonsil bath

n. liquor; a drink of liquor. I could use a little tonsil bath about now.
See also: bath, tonsil

tonsil hockey

1. n. oral sex performed on the penis; fellatio. (Usually objectionable.) Give him a good round of tonsil hockey, and you’ve got a customer for life.
2. n. French kissing. The two kids spent the rest of the evening playing tonsil hockey.
See also: hockey, tonsil

tonsil paint

and tonsil varnish
n. liquor; whiskey. The cowboy had to have his daily dose of tonsil paint before he stuffed his face full of beans and hardtack. This tonsil varnish would take the paint off a barn.
See also: paint, tonsil

tonsil varnish

See also: tonsil, varnish
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Tonsillar cyst, tonsillolith, embedded FB in tonsils etc.
Significance of cerebellar tonsillar ectopia on MR.
While chronic inflammation and obstruction of the lymphatics of the tonsillar surface are accused for development of these tumors, as seen in this case there is not always associated chronic tonsillitis or any tonsillar pathology in the patient's history, which suggests that these are not the mechanisms of lymphomatous polypoid proliferation.
5) Benign tonsillar lesions include squamous papillomas, inclusion cysts, lymphoid polyps, lymphangiomas, fibromas, and lipomas.
In cold steel dissection method, a tonsillar dissector made of steel is used to dissect the tonsils out of their bed.
5 The classic styloid process syndrome is due to formation of fibrous tissue in tonsillar fossa following tonsillectomy leading to compression of cranial nerve endings in the tonsillar bed and produces symptoms like sensation of foreign body in throat , pain on deglutition, and pain on turning head sideways.
Intraoral examination revealed poor oral hygiene and on palpation of bilateral tonsillar fossa tender and elongated styloid process was felt on right side, while elongated styloid process was felt on left side also, but not tender.
Strome et al (4) observed that the likelihood of developing tonsillar squamous cell carcinoma for patients with HPV infection was 18.
Alcohol consumption and tobacco use are the most significant risk factors in maturing of tonsillar cancer.
2] tonsillar tissue) and numerical density (average number of TNF-[alpha] producing cells per [mm.
The current diagnostic criteria for CMI is MRI (generally of the brain and/or cervical spine) evidence of tonsillar herniation of 5 mm or more below the level of the foramen magnum (Milhorat et al.
Aim: The aim of this clinical prospective study is to evaluate the relationship between Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) and asymmetric and symmetric tonsillar hypertrophy in children between 3-14 years old.
Lots of people get tiny pouches in their tonsils called tonsillar crypts.
They address virology and pathogenesis; epidemiology; clinical aspects of low-risk and high-risk HPV infections, including genitoanal warts, recurrent respiratory papillomatosis, and cervical, vulval, vaginal, penile, anal, and tonsillar cancer; and diagnosis for early detection, including cytology, biomarker development, detection of HPV DNA and RNA, and testing in primary screening for cervical cancer.