cancrum

cancrum

 [kang´krum] (L.)
cancrum o´ris see noma.
cancrum puden´di see noma.

can·crum

, pl.

can·cra

(kang'krŭm, -kră),
A gangrenous, ulcerative, inflammatory lesion.
[Mod. L., fr. L. cancer, crab]

cancrum

/can·crum/ (kang´krum) [L.] canker.
cancrum o´ris  see noma.
cancrum puden´di  see noma.

cancrum

[kang′krəm]
a gangrenous, ulcerative, inflammatory lesion. Cancrum nasi is a gangrenous, ulcerative condition often associated with rhinitis in children.

can·crum

, pl. cancra (kang'krŭm, -kră)
A gangrenous, ulcerative, inflammatory lesion.
[Mod. L., fr. L. cancer, crab]

can·crum

, pl. cancra (kang'krŭm, -kră)
A gangrenous, ulcerative, inflammatory lesion.
[Mod. L., fr. L. cancer, crab]
References in periodicals archive ?
8] Some cases of oral myiasis are associated with Cancrum oris, tooth extraction, mandibular fracture, anterior open bite, incompetent lips, cerebral palsy and patients undergoing mechanical ventilation.
Noma or cancrum oris, infectious in nature, is a devastating disease which involves the soft and hard tissues of the oral and para-oral structures.
Aesthetic restoration of facial defect caused by cancrum oris: A case report.
Adams-Ray WE, James JH: Cancrum oris: functional and cosmetic reconstruction in patients with ankylosis of the jaws.
Vincent angina and fusiform bacillus; Cancrum Oris.
Several studies have reported an increase in the number of HIV-infected children with cancrum oris, cases reported from Lesotho, South Africa and Zimbabwe (17-19).
24,25) Moreover, those dental issues of greatest concern in Africa, including Cancrum oris, acute necrotizing ulcerative gingivitis and oral manifestations of HIV/AIDS, have not yet been reported among refugees from the Sudan to the U.
Las palabras cancer y carcinoma, derivan de los terminos latino y griego cancrum y karkinos que significan cangrejo, vocablos que fueron utilizados por medicos en la antiguedad, al darse cuenta de la similitud entre la apariencia cutanea de algunos tumores malignos y la forma de este animal (Gomez, 1999).
Some cases described in the literature were secondary to medical or anatomical conditions such as Cancrum oris, neglected mandibular fracture, cerebral palsy, mouth breathing, anterior open bite, incompetent lips and patients undergoing mechanical ventilation.
47) El patron de progresion no se ha corroborado, se considera que se transforma a Noma o Cancrum Oris.
He did whatever he could for the sad victims of cancrum oris, a condition caused by infection that caved in children's faces.
Acta Unio Internationalis Contra Cancrum 9:531-541.