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Aerodontalgia

Barodontalgia


Presentation

  • Collection includes both citations and many full-text, downloadable documents from mid-1900s to present. AULIMP - Air University Library Index to Military Periodicals.[dtic.mil]
  • The article reviews the epidemiology, clinical presentation, pathogenesis, diagnostic process and differential diagnosis (including facial and dental barotrauma) of this phenomenon. Preventive measures are described as well.[unboundmedicine.com]
  • To help you make the best clinical decisions, this edition contains new chapters and new sections on diagnosis and treatment planning that presents crucial information on Radiographic Images, Differential Diagnosis of Bony Defects, Diagnosis of Treatment[books.google.ro]
  • Root resorption is not common. 343. the most common odontogenic cyst encountered in clinical practice is a. dentigerous cyst b. odontogenic keratocyst c. mucocele d. radicular cyst D Radicular cysts are asymptomatic and present no clinical evidence of[mdsclasses.com]
Pain
  • Odous, tooth, algos, pain ... (05 Mar 2000) ... Found on aerodontalgia Type: Term Pronunciation: ār′ō-don-tal′jē-ă Definitions: 1. Dental pain caused by either increased or reduced atmospheric pressure.[encyclo.co.uk]
  • Wikipedia: Barodontalgia tooth squeeze aerodontalgia a pain in tooth caused by a change in atmospheric pressure. The pain usually ceases at ground level.[memidex.com]
  • [aero- G. odous, tooth, algos, pain] aerodontalgia /aer·odon·tal·gia/ ( -don-tal jah ) pain in the teeth due to lowered atmospheric pressure at high altitudes. aerodontalgia [er′ōdontal′jə] Etymology: Gk, aer odous, tooth, algos, pain a painful sensation[medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com]
  • It is therefore not uncommon for people who have an infection of an upper back tooth to feel pain in the sinus or vice-versa: for people who have a sinus infection to feel pain in their teeth. This is called referred pain.[malkemusdds.wordpress.com]
  • [Review] Gen Dent 1997 Mar-Apr; 45(2):148-59 Seltzer S, Boston D GD Various dental conditions are responsible for tooth hypersensitivity and pain.[unboundmedicine.com]
Dentist
  • The dentist must maintain the integrity of all dental restorations, especially for those at risk, which both pilots and scuba divers.[todaysdentist.org]
  • Ideal for both endodontists and general dentists, this thoroughly revised reference combines the precision of quality endodontic care with achievable and pain-free outcomes for the patient.[books.google.com]
  • [Review] JE J Endod 2009; 35(4):481-5 Although considered rare, dentists may encounter oral pain evoked by a change in barometric pressure, a condition known as barodontalgia (aerodontalgia).[unboundmedicine.com]
Turkish
  • Catalan Chinese Czech Danish Dutch English Estonian Finnish French German Greek Hebrew Hindi Hungarian Icelandic Indonesian Italian Japanese Korean Lao Norwegian Polish Portuguese Romanian Russian Slovak Slovenian Spanish Swahili Swedish Tamil Thai Turkish[definition.org]
  • Look up "aerodontalgia" at Merriam-Webster Look up "aerodontalgia" at dictionary.com In other languages: Spanish French Italian Portuguese Romanian German Dutch Swedish Russian Polish Czech Greek Turkish Chinese Japanese Korean Arabic Advertisements Word[wordreference.com]
  • […] trainees suffered from barodontalgia during altitude-chamber simulations in 1964 and 1965, respectively. 3 Similarly, barodontalgia was reported in 0.26% of altitude-chamber simulations in the German Luftwaffe during the 1980s 25 and in 0.3% of the Turkish[nature.com]
Falling
  • When the external pressure rises or falls and the trapped air within the void cannot expand or contract to balance the external pressure, the pressure difference on the rigid structure of the tooth can occasionally induce stresses sufficient to fracture[popflock.com]
  • He slammed his teeth together during a bad fall. The tooth hurt him slightly after the accident but became excruciating when flying home from the mountains to lower altitude and increased pressure.[malkemusdds.wordpress.com]
Italian
  • Advertisement Hide Advertisement Main navigation Entertainment Photos Random Word Random Word Definitions Translations Arabic Belarusian Catalan Chinese Czech Danish Dutch English Estonian Finnish French German Greek Hebrew Hindi Hungarian Icelandic Indonesian Italian[definition.org]
  • Look up "aerodontalgia" at Merriam-Webster Look up "aerodontalgia" at dictionary.com In other languages: Spanish French Italian Portuguese Romanian German Dutch Swedish Russian Polish Czech Greek Turkish Chinese Japanese Korean Arabic Advertisements Word[wordreference.com]
Toothache
  • Toothache experienced at lowered atmospheric pressures, as in aircraft flight or in a decompression chamber, caused by the expansion of air in the maxillary sinuses. 2.[encyclo.co.uk]
  • […] a toothache caused by lowered barometric pressure, as in high-alt-tude flight. aerodontalgia aer·o·don·tal·gi·a (âr’ō-dŏn-tāl’jē-ə, -jə) n. toothache caused by decreased atmospheric pressure.[definithing.com]
  • A 1945 Toothache Under Conditions Simulating High Altitude Flight Barbara Langland Orban, Beryl Ritchey 1945 Toothache and the Aviator, U. S T. V. Joseph, C. P. Gill, R. M. Carr, M. C Shelesnyak. Nav. M. Bull. 1943[semanticscholar.org]
  • Aerodontalgia got its name during WW II when some pilots experienced toothaches while flying high in unpressurized airplanes. They ultimately found that this was caused by a decrease in atmospheric pressure as the planes ascended to high altitudes.[todaysdentist.org]
Toothache
  • Toothache experienced at lowered atmospheric pressures, as in aircraft flight or in a decompression chamber, caused by the expansion of air in the maxillary sinuses. 2.[encyclo.co.uk]
  • […] a toothache caused by lowered barometric pressure, as in high-alt-tude flight. aerodontalgia aer·o·don·tal·gi·a (âr’ō-dŏn-tāl’jē-ə, -jə) n. toothache caused by decreased atmospheric pressure.[definithing.com]
  • A 1945 Toothache Under Conditions Simulating High Altitude Flight Barbara Langland Orban, Beryl Ritchey 1945 Toothache and the Aviator, U. S T. V. Joseph, C. P. Gill, R. M. Carr, M. C Shelesnyak. Nav. M. Bull. 1943[semanticscholar.org]
  • Aerodontalgia got its name during WW II when some pilots experienced toothaches while flying high in unpressurized airplanes. They ultimately found that this was caused by a decrease in atmospheric pressure as the planes ascended to high altitudes.[todaysdentist.org]
Periodontitis
  • They include hypersensitive dentin; the "cracked tooth" syndrome; pulp and periapical irritation, inflammation and/or degeneration; barodontalgia (aerodontalgia); and periodontal pathoses, particularly the pulpal-periodontal syndrome.[unboundmedicine.com]
  • , periodontal pockets, impacted teeth, and mucous retention cysts.[drpulp.com]
  • These include, but are not limited to, chronic pulpitis, maxillary sinusitis, dental caries, dental and periodontal cysts, abscesses, and improper fillings and other faulty dental restorations.[santarosadentist.wordpress.com]
Dental Caries
  • Barodontalgia is a symptom of dental disease, for example inflammatory cyst in the mandible.Indeed, most of the common oral pathologies have been reported as possible sources of barodontalgia: dental caries, defective tooth restoration, pulpitis, pulp[drpulp.com]
  • These include, but are not limited to, chronic pulpitis, maxillary sinusitis, dental caries, dental and periodontal cysts, abscesses, and improper fillings and other faulty dental restorations.[santarosadentist.wordpress.com]
  • caries, defective tooth restoration, pulpitis, pulp necrosis, apical periodontitis, periodontal pockets, impacted teeth, and mucous retention cysts.[popflock.com]
  • Periodontal ligament space is widened and this is an important feature in distinguishing it from the benign cementoblastoma that is radiographically may closely resemble. 347. the most common cause of dental pain (odontalgia) is a. dental caries b. periodontitis[mdsclasses.com]
Fracture
  • "Dental fractures on acute exposure to high altitude" (PDF). Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine. 77 (6): 654-7. PMID 16780246. Zadik Y (January 2009). "Aviation dentistry: current concepts and practice" (PDF).[popflock.com]
  • "Dental fractures on acute exposure to high altitude" (PDF). Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine. 77 (6): 654–7. PMID 16780246. Zadik Y (January 2009). "Aviation dentistry: current concepts and practice" (PDF).[en.wikipedia.org]
  • Dental barotrauma In-flight dental fracture Several reports, mostly from the WWII period, deal with fracture of restorations during high-altitude flying. 8, 17 The United States Air Force (USAF) symposium, held in 1946 to summarise the USAF experience[nature.com]
Suggestibility
  • Symbols Support WR Privacy Policy Forums Suggestions aerodontalgia Dentistry a toothache caused by lowered barometric pressure, as in high-altitude flight. aer - odontalgia Forum discussions with the word(s) "aerodontalgia" in the title: No titles with[wordreference.com]
  • suggestions for likely typos. Words found even if entered in conjugated or plural forms. All searches Talking dictionary. Chinese and English on most current browsers. Short phrases are parsed and the individual words translated.[yellowbridge.com]
  • In “Incidence and possible causes of dental pain during simulated high altitude flights,” Kollman suggests 3 different hypotheses to explain barodontalgia.[santarosadentist.wordpress.com]
  • Nevertheless, as Sognnaes suggested, 17 it seems that such lesions carry dangers in a pressure-changed environment and should be removed.[nature.com]
Hunger
  • (Arabic proverb) "Hunger drives the wolf from its den." (Corsican proverb) Other popular searches: Page delivered in 0.0397 seconds[audioenglish.org]
Facial Pain
  • In-flight oral-facial pain. Br Dent J 2003; 194 : 5. 52. Smith A. Disaster victim identification of military aircrew, 1945–2002. Aviat Space Environ Med 2003; 74 : 1198–1200. 53. Meister F Jr, Simpson J, Davies E E.[nature.com]
Headache
  • […] aural means relating to or characterized by an aura; "various aural effects that precede a migraine headache"; of or pertaining to hearing or the ear; "an animal with ... more Find words starting with:[dictionary.kids.net.au]
  • With congestion during a cold or allergies, the sinuses can be blocked, causing a painful headache to occur during an altitude change with flying or diving. Decongestants can help open the sinuses and relieve the pain.[malkemusdds.wordpress.com]
  • Berilgen and Mungen reported barotrauma-related headache in a six-case series of 15-20-minute headache episodes during ascending and descending.[nature.com]
Irritability
  • Flying at a high altitude in a lowered atmospheric pressure can cause a pocket of air in the dental pulp to expand and irritate the nerve in the root.[meddict.org]
  • They include hypersensitive dentin; the "cracked tooth" syndrome; pulp and periapical irritation, inflammation and/or degeneration; barodontalgia (aerodontalgia); and periodontal pathoses, particularly the pulpal-periodontal syndrome.[unboundmedicine.com]
  • Mechanical irritation and bacteria invasion result in a level of chronic inflammation that produce hyperplastic granulation tissue that extrudes from the chamber and often fills the associated dentinal defects. 342. the earliest radiographic changes seen[mdsclasses.com]
Aura
  • […] aural means relating to or characterized by an aura; "various aural effects that precede a migraine headache"; of or pertaining to hearing or the ear; "an animal with ... more Find words starting with:[dictionary.kids.net.au]

Treatment

  • What is the Treatment for Barodontolgia: There is no particular treatment plan for Barodontalgia. Identification of the underlying dental pathology and treating it properly is the only treatment modality available for Barodontalgia.[juniordentist.com]
  • To help you make the best clinical decisions, this edition contains new chapters and new sections on diagnosis and treatment planning that presents crucial information on Radiographic Images, Differential Diagnosis of Bony Defects, Diagnosis of Treatment[books.google.com]
  • The preventive treatment is very important. Both complete clinical and radiological examinations must be achieved. Regular dental examination are-essential for the crew. Aerodontalgia can be largely prevented by high quality root and dental cares.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • Treatment is usually the simple replacement of the filling and the dentist making absolutely certain there is no obvious air trapped in or under the filling.[todaysdentist.org]

Etiology

  • The proposed etiology concerning pathological teeth is an oedema and hyperthermia of the pulp which can lead to necrosis.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • Each operative condition is reviewed with respect to its etiology, symptomatology, an… [Aerodontalgia. Report of a case].[unboundmedicine.com]

Epidemiology

  • The article reviews the epidemiology, clinica… Publisher Full Text [Aerodontalgia. Report of a case].[unboundmedicine.com]
  • Focuses on in-flight toothache, barodontalgia, its current epidemiology, aetiology, diagnosis and management. Details the principles of dental management of aircrew members.[nature.com]
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Pathophysiology

Prevention

  • The preventive treatment is very important. Both complete clinical and radiological examinations must be achieved. Regular dental examination are-essential for the crew. Aerodontalgia can be largely prevented by high quality root and dental cares.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • Preventive measures are described as well. Publisher Full Text [Aviation medicine problems in otorhinolaryngology].[unboundmedicine.com]
  • There are no other known remedies for either eliminating or preventing barodontalgia. During the 1940s, World War II pilots were affected by tooth pain while flying and the condition was titled “ aerodontalgia .”[santarosadentist.wordpress.com]
  • Moreover, dentists should prevent the creation of in-flight hazards when treating aircrew members.[nature.com]

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