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Dental Journal (Majalah Kedokteran Gigi)

ISSN 1978-3728

Vol. 33 / No. 4 / Published : 2000-10

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Original Article :

Subcutaneous abcess at right angelus of mandible caused by complication of gangrene at first molar of the right maxilla

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      Abstract :

      Oral infection and tooth infection often cause lymphadenitis. But is very rare for maxilla molar infection to cause subcutaneous abscess, which is the spreading of suppurative lymphadenitis on the mandible region. In this case, the existence of lymph node subcutaneous abcess on the right angulus of mandible region which is caused by gangrene of first molar of right maxilla is reported.

      Keyword :

      suppurative lymphadenitis, subcutaneous abcess ,

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        Volume : 33 / No. : 4 / Pub. : 2000-12
        1. The Effect Of Toothpaste Containing The Extract Of Betel Leaf Upon Plaque Growth
        2. Specific Protein Of Local Streptococcus Mutans 1 (c) As Immunogenic Protein
        3. Subcutaneous Abcess At Right Angelus Of Mandible Caused By Complication Of Gangrene At First Molar Of The Right Maxilla
        4. Acrylic Contamination By Microorganism Through Polishing Materials
        5. The Relationship Between The Mother’s Education And Knowledge With The Dental Hygiene
        6. The Difference Of Shear Bond Strength Of Composite Resin To Dentin Perpendicular And Parallel Cutting
        7. Denture Stomatitis: The Aetiology And Its Treatment
        8. Multidisciplinary Treatment Of Complicated Orthodontic Cases
        9. Immunopathological Pattern Of Thehealing Process Of Radicular Cysts
        10. Introducing Analgesia Acupuncture Technique In Dental Medicine
        11. Healing Comparison Of Suturing Flap Repositioned And Applying Periodontal Pack After The Modified Widman Flap Procedure/envelope Technique
        12. Exothermic Condition On Several Kinds Of The Hard Direct Reline Resin’s Thickness