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dental

[′dent·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the teeth.
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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.
Silica: Dental abscess developing more gradually when the symptom picture does not fit Hepar or Mercurius.
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.
One patient had a concomitant dental abscess, one had a foreign body and another had tuberculous osteomyelitis of the cervical spine.
We spoke to Churchill's Heather Horler who said: "Tramp received treatment for a dental abscess which was caused by dental disease.
YOU should take your dog to the vet as there are a few conditions that could cause these symptom, such as a dental abscess.