10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «PYORRHEIC»
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The Journal of the American Dental Association
Several teeth were missing, carious and pyorrheic. The right mandible in the
molar region showed a tender swollen area with some fluctuation. The patient
was unable to open his mouth owing to muscular trismus. The temperature was
Mouth infections and their relation to systemic diseases: a ...
Ruppe3 (1932) writes of a great variety of bacteria and the polymorphous
character of these bacteria associated with pyorrheic lesions. Fochet, in a recent
work, states that bacteria in pyorrheic foci are very numerous. Cocci, fusostrepto-
Malcolm Graeme MacNevin, Harold Stearns Vaughan, Joseph Purcell Research Memorial, 1933
The Journal of Periodontology
Our first aim in treating a pyorrheic [periodontoclasia] condition is to remove the
inflammation. If we succeed, atrophy develops, (we call it "shrinkage"), which had
been prevented previously by the presence of inflammation. If there is little hope
Nutrition and Dental Health
A search into the mouths of primitive people, who rely largely upon a flesh protein
diet, revealed more or less absence of pyorrheic lesions. This was particularly
noted in the Eskimos and likewise of the Japanese who inhabited the island of ...
The Code of Federal Regulations of the United States of America
... examination, including X-ray, before grant of service-connection, unless
examination is contraindicated by factors such as extraction of all pyorrheic teeth.
Pyorrhea shown during service after a reasonable period of service, involving
one or ...
The New Amplified Pilgrim's Progress
he shouted, his pyorrheic breath directed straight into my upturned face, “for if
there were such a God as you believe in, He would at least have power enough
to keep your spirit from boiling over!” “He does,” I answered quietly (by God's
Fierce Solitude: a Life of J.g. Fletcher (c)
24 In early December 1931 Daisy went into a nursing home; she was suffering
from pyorrheic poisoning and nervous exhaustion. Fletcher became a regular
weekend visitor in the Hyde household. Lawrence did not object to Fletcher's ...
Mosby's Medical Dictionary
... -(r)rhetic, -(r)rhoeic, suffix meaning “fluid discharge”: cryptorrheic, diarrheic,
pyorrheic. -(r)rhexis, suffix meaning a “rupture of a (specified) body part”:
arteriorrhexis, cardiorrhexis, plasmarrhexis. -(r)rhine, suffix meaning “having a (
The species sometimes is separated by size into the larger, pathogenic form and
the smaller, nonpathogenic form, E. hartmanni. Another species, E. gingivalis, is
found around the gum margins, especially in unhealthy or pyorrheic mouths.
Britannica Educational Publishing, Rogers, Kara, 2010
Periodontology: from its origins up to 1980 : a survey
8.7 Concept of "pyorrheic diathesis" In 1921, Hille set forth the notion of a "
pyorrheic diathesis"* characterized by a predisposition to bone atrophy not
limited to the alveolar bone, whose "diathetic" behaviour expressed itself in its
reaction to ...