pericoronitis


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pericoronitis

[¦per·ə‚kär·ə′nīd·əs]
(medicine)
Inflammation of the tissue surrounding the coronal portion of the tooth, usually a partially erupted third molar.
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Other oral causes identified in the literature include pericoronitis, mucosal ulcerations, food impaction, debris accumulation, unclean dentures and habitual mouth breathing (12-17).
15,16,17 Pathological conditions like dental caries, root caries, apical lesions, osteomyelitis, pericoronitis, cysts and malignancies can co-exist with the impacted teeth.
DISCUSSION: Impacted mandibular third molar is one of the most common conditions which often necessitate its surgical removal for various reasons like pericoronitis, pericoronal abscess, cyst, orthodontic treatment, involvement in fracture line and various tumors.
The clinical significance of impacted 3rd molars are mainly a crowded dentition, pericoronitis pressure resorption of roots of adjacent 2nd molars, dental caries involving both 2nd and 3rd molars.
Pericoronitis is infection and swelling of the gingival tissues that surround a tooth, typically in association with a partially erupted third molar.
Pericoronitis and tonsillitis:Clinical and darkfield microscopyfindings.
Impacted third molar associated with pericoronitis is the commonest complaint.
u1/4 Those who have suffered from an episode of pericoronitis in the past.
2) The reason for these extractions is the high incidence of impaction, often associated with a number of oral problems, such as pericoronitis, periodontal defects in the distal region of the second molar, caries in the third or second molars, different types of odontogenic cysts and tumors, and crowding of the lower incisors.
Se revisaron 142 Historias clinicas de pacientes mayores de edad sin discriminar genero ni etnia, con impresion diagnostica (tomada segun la Clasificacion Internacional de Enfermedades 10: CIE 10) de absceso periapical con y sin fistula, absceso periodontal, pericoronitis, celulitis y absceso de boca y celulitis de cara que presentaron diseminaciones en: maxilar superior y mandibula, los cuales acudieron al servicio odontologico de urgencias y consulta externa de un hospital de II nivel de la ciudad de Cali en el periodo enero a diciembre del 2009.
Additionally, associated pericoronitis and periodontal infection may affect athlete performance (Kerr 1983).
Tipo de infeccion Microorganismos presentes Tipo de infeccion Caries Streptococcus mutans Absceso periapical Actinomyces spp Lactobacillus spp Gingivitis Campylobacter rectus Pericoronitis Actimonyces ssp Prevotella intermedia Streptococcus anginosus Periodontitis Porphyromonas gingivalis Pulpitis Bacteroides forsythus Actinobacillus actinomycentemcomitans Prevotella intermedia Fusobacterium nucleatum Tipo de infeccion Microorganismos presentes Caries Peptostreptococcus micros Prevotella oralis Prevotella melaninogenica Streptococcus anginosus Porphyromonas gingivalis Gingivitis Peptostreptococcus micros Porphyromonas gingivalis Fusobacterium ssp Periodontitis Peptostreptococcus micros Porphyromonas endodontalis Prevotella intermedia Prevotella melaninogenica Fusobacterium nucleatum