the ridgelike border of the upper and lower jaws containing the sockets of the teeth.
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- alveolar gingiva,
- alveolar gland,
- alveolar macrophage,
- alveolar point,
- alveolar process,
- alveolar sac,
- alveolar soft part sarcoma,
- alveolar ventilation,
- alveolar-arterial oxygen difference,
Also called alveolar process.
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The ridge on the surfaces of the upper and lower jaws containing the tooth sockets
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