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dental

[′dent·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the teeth.
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Association of CD14, IL1B, IL6, IL10 and TNFA functional gene polymorphisms with symptomatic dental abscesses. Int Endod J.
In our study, infection followed sinusitis in 16 (44.4%) of 36 patients, upper respiratory tract infection in nine (25%), conjunctivitis in four (11.1%), dental abscess in four (11.1%), and insect bite in one (27%).
Spinal abscess and mitral valve endocarditis secondary to asymptomatic Fusobacterium-induced dental abscess. J R Soc Med.
A dental abscess where the tooth decay has penetrated into the root of the tooth.
* Dental abscess. A dental abscess can arise from pulpal infection (due to progression of caries) or periodontal infection (due to progression of periodontal disease).
Five hundred and seventeen various clinical specimens such as sputum of patients with suspected tuberculosis, sputum of patients with cystic fibrosis, bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL), cutaneous and subcutaneous abscesses, cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), dental abscess, mycetoma, wound, bone marrow biopsy, gastric lavage and tracheal aspirate were collected from February 28, 2011 to March 8, 2013 (Table 1).
James McFadden could return to the Saints squad after a hamstring complaint and Murray Davidson should recover from a dental abscess.
Here, we describe a rare case of Wells syndrome occurring in a 51-year-old diabetic lady associated with a dental abscess. She was admitted with complaints of recurrent episodes of raised skin lesions on the body for the last two years.
Airway management of this condition is problematic and typically focuses on the difficulties of tracheal intubation prior to surgical drainage (2) of a dental abscess and Ludwig's angina.
"He suffered from a severe inflammation of the right shin and an infected dental abscess. His teeth showed that his childhood was plagued by disease or malnutrition, but there was no evidence for the cause of death." Investigation into the man's background is continuing and analysis of his teeth could shed further light on his early life, but there is no funding available for this.
In particular, dental abscess extension along the maxillary canine teeth may cause eye swelling.