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dental

[′dent·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the teeth.
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Spinal abscess and mitral valve endocarditis secondary to asymptomatic Fusobacterium-induced dental abscess.
from various clinical specimens Number Paraffin Clinical of baiting samples cases method PA Sputum of patients with suspected tuberculosis 238 4 2 Sputum of patients with cystic fibrosis 53 0 0 Bronchoalveolar lavage 143 2 2 Cutaneous abscesses 45 1 1 CSF 1 0 0 Mycetoma 2 0 0 Dental abscess 1 0 0 Tracheal aspirate 31 0 0 Wound 1 0 0 Bone marrow 1 0 0 biopsy Gastric lavage 1 0 0 Total 517 7 5 Clinical SDA+ samples SDA cycloheximide p-value Sputum of patients with suspected tuberculosis 1 1 Sputum of patients with cystic fibrosis 0 0 Bronchoalveolar lavage 1 1 Cutaneous abscesses 1 1 CSF 0 0 p>0.
Our patient had dental abscess, a known predisposing factor.
A total of 23 cases which involved deaths from acute upper airway obstruction in the postoperative period were identified, of which three occurred following extubation after surgical drainage of dental abscess and Ludwig's angina.
He suffered from a severe inflammation of the right shin and an infected dental abscess.
In particular, dental abscess extension along the maxillary canine teeth may cause eye swelling.
The poor little child in question, a nine year old, had not visited a dentist in three years and was unable to eat properly due to a weeping dental abscess.
Mercurius: Dental abscess with profuse salivation and offensive breath.
In a precarious context as an orphanage, avoiding a dental abscess or treating a cavity can really make a difference.
Six persons with lower respiratory tract infections and 1 each with endocarditis, genital tract infection, pelvic abscess, and dental abscess also had polymicrobial infections.
This letter is dedicated to children like 12-year-old Deamonte Driver who died needlessly from a dental abscess that spread to his brain.
He died a few weeks later, according to the county coroner, from a combination of meningoencephahtis and subdural empyema, the result of an untreated dental abscess.