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luxate

(lŭk′sāt′)
tr.v. lux·ated, lux·ating, lux·ates
To put out of joint; dislocate.

lux·a′tion n.

Luxate

To loosen or dislocate the tooth from the socket.
Mentioned in: Tooth Extraction

luxate

(luk´sāt),
v to be forced out of place or joint; to be displaced; to dislocate.
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Luxation is any displacement of primary or permanent teeth.
Retrieve all of the avulsed (knocked out) teeth, replace them in their sockets, and follow luxation care until formal dental treatment.
4,13,17,18) An Ehmer sling holds the leg in flexion with the hip in abduction and internal rotation, which is helpful after reducing hip luxations.
The prevalence of pulpal extirpation in this audit compared to the expected prevalence for avulsion, lateral luxation and extrusion injuries is shown in Table 4.
Le traitement des luxations anciennnes de la tete radiale chez l'enfant par l'osteotomie haute du cubitus.
Options for stabilizing stifle luxations in birds include rigid immobilization with external skeletal fixation, arthrodesis, and placing conjoined intramedullary pins in the femur and tibiotarsus.
Table 1 Reported Luxations in Mid-lumbar Segments Age Citations (Years) Level Treatment Sequelae Abdell-Fattah, 18 L4-L5 Surgical Neurologically et al.
Clinical outcomes for permanent incisor luxations in a pediatric population.
Nouvelle technique de traitment chirurgical des luxations recidivantes isolees de l'extremite inferieur due cubitus.
Traumatic injuries to permanent teeth include coronal and root fractures, subluxations, luxations, and avulsions.
A low number of tooth fractures and luxations were observed.