pseudopocket

pseu·do·pock·et

(sū'dō-pok'ĕt),
A pocket, adjacent to a tooth, resulting from gingival hyperplasia and edema but without apical migration of the epithelial attachment.
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pseudopocket

(soo'do-pok'et)
A pocket that results from gingival inflammation with edema that produces an apparent abnormal depth of the gingival sulcus without apical movement of the bottom of the sulcus; a false pocket. See: gingivitis
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pseu·do·pock·et

(sū'dō-pok'ĕt)
A pocket, adjacent to a tooth, resulting from gingival hyperplasia and edema but without apical migration of the epithelial attachment.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Slit lamp examination revealed two semilunar pseudopockets (As shown in figure 1) and partial symblepheron formation in lower fornix.
Although the incidence of nifedipine-induced gingival hyperplasia is about 10%3, very few reports of amlodipine-related gingival hyperplasia exist in the literature.3,5,6 In the present case the lack of inflammatory compo-nent parallels the absence of vertical gingival growth and consequently the lack of periodontal pockets or pseudopockets.