caries

[ kair-eez, -ee-eez ]SEE DEFINITION OF caries

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In some cases, the odor arising from caries is combined with that of the stomach.

In toothache arising from caries, and as a lotion to the temples in headache.

The quality of Fijian teeth as reflected by frequency of caries is excellent.

It was a case of caries, they said, and Austin mustn't hunt sheep any more.

Scepticism, that caries of the intelligence, had not left him a single whole idea.

Fire then mounting aloft, caries with it the impurities designed in the 10.

The eating of sweets, and especially the sticky sweets—preserves and the like—was recognized as an important source of caries.

Nodes are generally accompanied with considerable pain, and often with caries and loss of vitality.

There are two forms of disease to which these teeth are liable; caries, or decay, and a loss of vitality, or death.

When caries is present, the symptoms do not materially differ from those described as indicating the death of a tooth.

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