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crowd·ing

(krowd'ing),
A condition in which the teeth are crowded, assuming altered positions such as bunching, overlapping, displacement in various directions and torsiversion.

crowding

[kroud′ing]
Etymology: ME, crowden
the condition in which the teeth are too close together and have abnormal positions such as overlapping, displacement in various directions, or torsion. See arch length, arch length deficiency, arch width.

crowding

Dentistry Too many teeth in too little space in a mouth Social medicine Too many people in too little space in a city. See Gangs.

crowd·ing

(krowd'ing)
A condition in which the teeth are too close, assuming altered positions (e.g., bunching, overlapping, displacement in various directions, torsiversion).

crowd·ing

(krowd'ing)
A condition in which the teeth are too close, assuming altered positions such as bunching, overlapping, displacement in various directions, and torsiversion.

crowding,

n 1. in dentistry, when the dental arch length is less than the mesial distal width of the teeth intended to occupy it.
2. malocclusion characterized by inadequate arch circumference to accommodate the teeth in proper alignment.

crowding

panic state developed by chickens, adult birds, sheep in response to perceived attack; group piles up in a corner and many die of suffocation; in horses takes the form of squeezing an attendant against another horse or a stable wall, a common vice in horses which are permanently stabled.

crowding stress
constant low level stress due to insufficient accommodation space per animal.

Patient discussion about crowding

Q. Hello to the Bipolar community !! :) is it just me or it's getting crowded here ...? :) i am happy to see so many people sharing and caring about each other.. wish you all happy holiday and great holiday season .... be good !!! feel good !!!

A. the split personality community is even bigger!

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