aerodontalgia

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aerodontalgia

 [ār″o-don-tal´jah]
toothache experienced at lowered atmospheric pressures, as in aircraft flight or in a decompression chamber, caused by the expansion of air in the maxillary sinuses.

aer·o·don·tal·gi·a

(ār'ō-don-tal'jē-ă),
Dental pain caused by either increased or reduced atmospheric pressure.
[aero- + G. odous, tooth, + algos, pain]

aerodontalgia

/aer·odon·tal·gia/ (-don-tal´jah) pain in the teeth due to lowered atmospheric pressure at high altitudes.

aerodontalgia

[er′ōdontal′jə]
Etymology: Gk, aer + odous, tooth, algos, pain
a painful sensation in the teeth caused by a change in atmospheric pressure, as may occur at high altitudes.

aer·o·don·tal·gi·a

(ār'ō-don-tal'jē-ă)
Dental pain caused by a change in atmospheric pressure.
[aero- + G. odous, tooth, + algos, pain]

aerodontalgia

Tooth pain associated with a marked change in atmospheric pressure, as in high altitude flying.

aer·o·don·tal·gi·a

(ār'ō-don-tal'jē-ă)
Dental pain caused by either increased or reduced atmospheric pressure.
Synonym(s): aeroodontodynia.
[aero- + G. odous, tooth, + algos, pain]

aerodontalgia (er´ōdontal´jə),

n pulpal pain with decreased barometric pressure.
Aeromonas
n a genus of bacteria usually found in water.
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