sordes

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sordes

 [sor´dēz]
foul matter collected on the lips and teeth in low fevers, consisting of food, microorganisms, and epithelial elements.
sordes gas´tricae undigested food, mucus, and other substances in the stomach.

sor·des

(sōr'dēz),
A dark brown or blackish crustlike collection on the lips, teeth, and gums of a person with dehydration associated with a chronic debilitating disease.
[L. filth, fr. sordeo, to be foul]

sordes

/sor·des/ (sor´dēz) debris, especially the encrustations of food, epithelial matter, and bacteria that collect on the lips and teeth during a prolonged fever.
sordes gas´tricae  undigested food, mucus, etc., in the stomach.

sordes

[sôr′dēz] pl. sordes
Etymology: L, sordere, to be dirty
dirt or debris, especially the crusts consisting of food, microorganisms, and epithelial cells that accumulate on teeth and lips during a febrile illness or one in which the patient takes nothing by mouth. Sordes gastricae is undigested food and mucus in the stomach.

sor·des

(sōr'dēz)
A dark brown or blackish crustlike collection on the lips, teeth, and gums of a person with dehydration associated with a chronic debilitating disease.
[L. filth, fr. sordeo, to be foul]

sor·des

(sōr'dēz)
Dark brown or blackish crustlike collection on lips, teeth, and gums of a dehydrated person associated with chronic debilitating disease.
[L. filth, fr. sordeo, to be foul]

sordes (sôr´dēz),

n an unclean material consisting of food particles, debris, skin, and microorganisms that forms a crust and gathers on the oral mucosa, lips, and teeth of a feverish or dehydrated individual with a chronic incapacitating condition.

sordes

foul matter collected on the lips and teeth in low fevers, consisting of food, microorganisms and epithelial elements.