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avulsion

[ə′vəl·shən]
(hydrology)
A sudden change in the course of a stream by which a portion of land is cut off, as where a stream cuts across and forms an oxbow.
(medicine)
Tearing one part away from the other, either by trauma or surgery.
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a) Sagittal and (b) coronal views, showing the avulsed fragment at the anterior tibial eminence of the right knee impinging on the femoral intercondylar notch.
Key words: Avulsed tooth, dental trauma, periodontal ligaments, dental socket, and replantation
For example, in a worst-case scenario in which you have an avulsed tooth, the first step is to find the tooth and rinse it with water.
A 12-year-old boy had reported to the department of pedodontics and preventive dentistry with avulsed teeth, carried in pasteurized milk.
This article reports, the management of an accidentally avulsed right permanent maxillary central incisor with closed apex that was remained dry up to 16 hrs from the moment of trauma till its reimplantation and the tooth regained its vascularity.
Conversely, incorrect handling of the avulsed tooth and prolonged extraoral dry time may result in damage to periodontal ligament, root inflammatory resorption or ankylosis, which can lead to tooth loss (28).
The referring dentist reported that the avulsed tooth was replanted and the upper incisors were splinted using ligature wire when the patient came to the clinic on that same day.
DREZ lesioning is chosen for plexus or root lesions where the root(s) or plexus has been avulsed from the spinal cord and the DREZ relay cells are hyperactive, which contributes to the pain.
Diseases that affect all the claws usually start with just one claw that gets broken or avulsed (detached).
Retrograde ureteropyleogram demonstrated ongoing leakage from the avulsed lower pole calyx.
The multidisciplinary management of avulsed teeth: a case report.