pyorrhoea


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pyorrhoea

(esp US), pyorrhea
inflammation of the gums characterized by the discharge of pus and loosening of the teeth; periodontal disease
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A Deficiency 8(0.97) Pallor 321(39.14) Dermatological Sign Hair Sign 31(3.78) 13.927, 6, Scabies 93(11.34) <0.05 Taeniasis 76(9.26) [Significant] Hypopigmented Patch 45(5.48) Eczema 35(4.26) Rash 74(9.02) Pyoderma 126(15.36) ENT Discharge 93(11.34) 20.925, 6, Wax 160(19.51) <0.001 Parotid Enlargement 2(0.24) [Highly Nasal Discharge/Congestion 229(27.92) Significant] Deviated Nasal Septum 146(17.80) Tonsillitis 177(21.58) Pharyngitis 57(6.95) Table 6: Distribution as per Dental and Gingival and Vitamin Disorder Present Dental and Gingival Rural (n=410) Urban (n=410) Dental Caries 87(21.21) 26(6.34) Pyorrhoea 20(4.87) 87(21.21) Gingivitis 25(6.09) 13(3.17) Cardiorespiratory Respiratory 23(5.60) 16(3.90) Cardiovascular 6(1.46) 7(1.70) Vitamin Deficiency Vit.
Which part of the human body might be infected by pyorrhoea alveolaris?
sub-continent, which is a shame, as I would like to know for certain whether he thinks I have diarrhoea, pyorrhoea, gonorrhoea or a cauliflower ear.