odontalgia


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o·don·tal·gia

 (ō′dŏn-tăl′jə)
n.
A toothache.

o′don·tal′gic adj.

odontalgia

(ˌɒdɒnˈtældʒɪə) or

odontalgy

n
(Dentistry) a technical name for toothache
ˌodonˈtalgic adj

odontalgia

Medicine. a pain in a tooth. — odontalgic, adj.
See also: Pain
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.odontalgia - an ache localized in or around a toothodontalgia - an ache localized in or around a tooth
ache, aching - a dull persistent (usually moderately intense) pain
aerodontalgia - pain in the teeth that results from a change in air pressure (as in flying or mountain climbing)
Translations

o·don·tal·gi·a

n. odontalgia, dolor de dientes; dolor de muelas.
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Previous studies reported that subtle pathological changes in the trigeminal REZ lead to trigeminal neuralgia[23] and atypical odontalgia,[24] and subtle structural changes activate the trigeminal nerve and release neuropeptide calcitonin gene-related peptide and other peptides that cause the release of pro-inflammatory mediators, which trigger migraine genesis.[25] According to previous studies,[24],[26],[27],[28] trigeminal neuralgia and trigeminal neuropathy were commonly reported in demyelination, vascular aberrations, and tumors at the trigeminal REZ.
Persistent orodental pain, atypical odontalgia, and phantom tooth pain: when are they neuropathic disorders?
Signos y sintomas como disfagia, disnea, trismus y odontalgia son representativos de esta afeccion.
Fifty-one (17.8%) of the 286 orthognathic cases treated at our center over the 3-year period presented with pain 1 year after surgery; 3 (1.04%) were nerve related, 5 (1.75%) were due to osteosynthesis plates, 23 (8.04%) atypical odontalgia, and 30 (10.50%) were TMJ related.
Traditionally the whole plant is used in various healing protocols of hemorrhage, piles, scabies, dysentery, scorpion sting, hypertension, tumors, malaria, odontalgia, inflammatory processes, kidney and stomach problems, allergies, ulcers, toothache, and skin diseases [9, 10].
Symptoms of ABRT-ONJ include odontalgia, aching bone pain in the jaw bone, sinus pain, and altered neurosensory functions (Ruggiero et al., 2009).
Dentro de las consecuencias sistemicas que se han asociado estan: insuficiencia del neurodesarrollo, problemas de aprendizaje, baja autoestima, depresion, ansiedad, agresividad, deficit de atencion, hiperactividad, problemas psicologicos, alteraciones del sueno y desordenes gastrointestinales ocasionados por inadecuados habitos alimentarios producidos por la odontalgia y la destruccion coronal, los cuales interfieren en la masticacion y la alimentacion, incidiendo en la alteracion del estado nutricional reflejado en los indicadores antropometricos.
Nondental causes of oral facial pain can be associated with oral mucosal disorders, malignant disease and its therapy, salivary gland disorders, maxillary sinusitis, burning mouth syndrome, or atypical odontalgia. See table W2 (36-41) at jfponline.com for a more detailed description of these conditions.
En los signos y sintomas referidos por los participantes el mas frecuente fue el ruido en la ATM 31,6% seguido por cefalea, odontalgia y dolor en cuello 30,6% y en menor proporcion el dolor de oido 5,1% (Tabla 1).
(2) It is also used in a variety of conditions such as migraine, tension headache, post herpetic neuralgia, atypical odontalgia, psychogenic facial pain, diabetic neuropathy, atypical facial pain, temporomandibular disorders(TMD) and fibromyalgia.
Atypical odontalgia, characterized by chronic, burning pain in teeth and gums, is associated with depression and anxiety.