Burton line


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Bur·ton line

(bŭr'tŏn),
a bluish line on the free border of the gingiva, occurring in lead poisoning.

Bur·ton line

(bŭr'tŏn līn)
A bluish line on the free border of the gingiva, occurring in lead poisoning.

Burton,

Henry, English physician, 1799-1849.
Burton line - a bluish line on the free border of the gingiva, occurring in lead poisoning. Synonym(s): lead line

Bur·ton line

(bŭr'tŏn līn)
Bluish striation on gingival border, seen in lead poisoning.
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