10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ODONTOGENY»
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A Dictionary of Dentistry
Int J Paediatr Dent 2004;14(5):363–70. odontogenesis (odontogeny) n. The
process of tooth formation and development. ... and odontogenic tumours on the
emedicine website. odontogeny n. See ODONTOGENESIS. odontoid adj.
Mosby's Medical Dictionary
Also called odontogeny. odontogenesis imperfecta. fecta. odontogenic lodon'
tojen'ikl [Gk, odous + genein, to produce], 1. pertaining to the generation of teeth.
2. developing in tissues that produce teeth. odontogenic cyst, 1. a cyst derived
The library of medicine, arranged and ed. by A. Tweedie
All these crowns are united into one by a third substance, called the cement or
crusta petrosa, of which the tartar of the human teeth will afford a sufficiently good
idea.* Developement of the Teeth, or Odontogeny. The study of the. Fig. 95.
Library, Alexander Tweedie, 1841
... diseases, 202 skin transplants, in edentulous jaw. 187 smear, see cytologkal
smear smoker's palate, 135 smoking, 135 and lingual carcinoma, 108-109 see
otso tobacco snuff dipper's lesion. 52 soap-bubble appearance, odontogeny ...
Peter A. Reichart, Hans Peter Philipsen, 2000
Excessive irritability. HYPER kinesis (hie per ki nee' sis) n. Abnormal muscular
movement. HYPER meter (hie per* met er) n. Verse which exceeds the common
mea- sure. 13. hyperodontogeny HYPER odontogeny (hie per o don toj' e ni) n
Encyclopedic Graded Grammar Vol 2
Hyper - over, above, excessive. hyper-acusia, hyper-algesia, hyper-aphia, hyper-
bole, hyper-bolize, hyper-critical, hyper-ion, hyperdimensional, hyper-irritability,
hyper-kinesis, hyper-meter, hyper-odontogeny, hyper-nephroma, hyperosmia, ...
Stress and Orality: New Data About Teeth Clenching & ...
Sleep Breath 11(4)1209—216 Smelee LE (1988) Odontogeny of relationship of
human middle ear and temporomandibular joint. Acta Anat 131:338—341
Somana R, Kotchabakdhi N, Walberg F (1980) Cerebellar afferents from the
Francis Hartmann, Gérard Cucchi, 2013
Mosby's Dictionary of Medicine, Nursing and Health ...
Also called odontogeny. odontogenesis imperfecta. See dentinogenesis
imperfecta. odontogenic /odon'tojen'ik/ [Gk, odous + genein, to produce], 1.
pertaining to the generation of teeth. 2. developing in tissues that produce teeth.
Peter Harris, Sue Nagy, Nicholas Vardaxis, 2009
Background to Beakers: Inquiries Into the Regional Cultural ...
... by direct analysis of similar subjects or twins. The reference to modern
populations finds its significance here. Scientific progress has also contributed to
improving understanding of the mechanisms and processes involved in
Harry Fokkens, Franco Nicolis, 2012
P & G Pharmacy Handbook
... sockets teeth In excess polydentia polyodontia presence of supernumerary
teeth teeth extraction cxodontia teeth fissure odontoschism teeth formation
odontogenesis odontogeny odontosis teeth grinding bruxism odontoprisis teeth