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" ... of cases they become diseased in pairs; for in whatever changes the constitution may suffer at that period, the teeth, then in the progress of their formation, would naturally participate, and would be rendered more or less liable to disease, in proportion... "
On the loss of teeth and loose teeth: on the best means of restoring them - Seite 56
von Thomas Howard - 1861 - 61 Seiten
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The anatomy, physiology, and diseases of the teeth

Thomas Bell - 1829
...changes the constitution may suffer at that period, the teeth, then in the progress of their formation, would naturally participate ; and would be rendered...most extensive in its effects is the use of mercury. As these effects on the teeth and the neighbouring parts will form a subject for separate consideration,...
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The Maryland Medical Recorder, Band 1

Horatio Gates Jameson - 1829
...mercury, for example, injudiciously used. The strumous constitution is very liable to this disease. Amongst the remote causes, or those which produce...subsequent to their formation, one of the most extensive Mr. B. thinks is mercury. But fevers of every kind, dyspepsies—in short, all constitutional disorders...
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The Medico-chirurgical Review, Band 15

1829
...mercury, for example, injudiciously used. The strumous constitution is very liable to this disease. Amongst the remote causes, or those which produce a deleterious change in the constitution ofthe teeth, subsequent to their formation, one ofthe most extensive, Mr. B. thinks, is mercury. But...
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On the Loss of Teeth: And on the Best Means of Restoring Them

Thomas Howard - 1858 - 61 Seiten
...changes the constitution may suffer at that period, the teeth, then in the progress of their formation, would naturally participate, and would be rendered...formation, one of the most extensive in its effects ia the use of mercury. To- the profuse administration of this remedy in tropical diseases, we may,...
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The Principles and Practice of Dentistry: Including Anatomy, Physiology ...

Chapin Aaron Harris - 1882 - 762 Seiten
...certain states of the constitution." Mr. Bell remarks: "That amongst the remote causes (of decay) are those which produce a deleterious change in the constitution'...their formation ; one of the most extensive, in its e Sects, is the use of mercury. To the profuse administration of this remedy in tropical diseases,...
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