perimolysis

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per·i·mol·y·sis

(per'i-mol'i-sis),
Decalcification of the teeth from exposure to gastric acid in people with chronic vomiting.
[=perimylolysis, fr. peri- + G. mylos, molar + lysis, loosening, dissolving, fr. luō, to loosen]

perimolysis

[-mol′isis]
decalcification of the teeth caused by exposure to gastric acid in patients with chronic vomiting, as may occur in anorexia or bulimia. See erosion.

per·i·mol·y·sis

, perimylolysis (per'i-mol'i-sis, -mī-loli-sis)
Decalcification of the teeth from exposure to gastric acid in people with chronic vomiting.
[fr. peri- + G. mylos, molar + lysis, loosening, dissolving, fr. luō, to loosen]

per·i·mol·y·sis

, perimylolysis (per'i-mol'i-sis, -mī-loli-sis)
Decalcification of teeth from exposure to gastric acid in people with chronic vomiting.
[fr. peri- + G. mylos, molar + lysis, loosening, dissolving, fr. luō, to loosen]

perimolysis (per´imol´isis),

n erosion of tooth enamel by chemical means as a result of repeated vomiting; seen in those with eating disorders or chronic regurgitation.
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