evulsion


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evulsion

 [e-vul´shun]
forcible extraction.

e·vul·sion

(ē-vŭl'shŭn),
A forcible pulling out or extraction. Compare: avulsion.
[L. evulsio, fr. e-vello, pp. -vulsus, to pluck out]

evulsion

/evul·sion/ (e-vul´shun) extraction by force.

e·vul·sion

(ē-vŭl'shŭn)
A forcible pulling out or extraction.
Compare: avulsion
[L. evulsio, fr. e-vello, pp. -vulsus, to pluck out]

evulsion

Tearing away by force.

Evulsion

The forceful, and usually accidental, removal of a tooth from its socket in the bone.
Mentioned in: Dental Trauma

e·vul·sion

(ē-vŭl'shŭn)
A forcible pulling out or extraction.
Compare: avulsion
[L. evulsio, fr. e-vello, pp. -vulsus, to pluck out]

evulsion

extraction by force.
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Iron deficiency anemia can cause lethargy, pallor, disorientation and reduced problem-solving abilities, while scurvy can cause evulsion of the dentition, opening of healed scars and failure of growing bone to properly mineralise (Aufderheide & Rodriguez-Martin 1998).