pathosis

pa·tho·sis

(pă-thō'sis),
Rarely used term for a state of disease, diseased condition, or disease entity.
[patho- + G. -osis, condition]

pathosis

a disease condition.

pathosis

A nonspecific term for any disease “state”; this term is used neither in the primary literature nor in the working medical parlance.

pa·tho·sis

(pă-thō'sis)
Rarely used term for a state of disease, diseased condition, or disease entity.
[patho- + G. -osis, condition]

pathosis

a diseased condition.
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CBCT is also a valuable technique for the evaluation of periapical lesions related with endodontic pathosis and it also aids surgical planning and assessment of treatment outcomes because of its outstanding resolution and threedimensional (3D) volumetric data output.
The question of whether the world is at risk of the "Japan disease" mirrors the difficulties that an infectious disease specialist would have in identifying a pathosis that should have devastated any other patient years, if not decades, ago.
18) who found a history of thyroid gland pathosis in 14% and 15% of OLP cases, respectively.
Thus, it provides the clinician with great detail and much information and proving the presence of any previously undiagnosed pathosis or any odontogenic aetiology of pain.
A long standing endodontic infection allows bacteria to propagate throughout the root canal system and these bacteria and their by-products play an essential role in pulpoperiradicular pathosis (28).
Diagnosis and management planning for rootfilled teeth with persisting or new apical pathosis.
MTA obturations in teeth with immature apices can induce apexogenesis by stimulating the mesenchymal stem cells from the apical papilla to promote complete root maturation in the presence of periapical pathosis or abscesses.
Microorganisms and their by-products are considered to be the major cause of pulp and periradicular pathosis.
In 1885 Black first reported denture induced pathosis and identified acidogenic microorganisms from the intaglio surface of dentures and corresponding mucosa as a causative factor for "Sore mouth under plates".
In complete pulpal necrosis and before any pathosis extends into the periodontium, the tooth is typically asymptomatic.
Surgical intervention is needed in very few cases were a true cyst has developed following a pulpal pathosis.