Definition of Epulides
1. epulis [n] - See also: epulis
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Epulides
Literary usage of Epulides
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A System of oral surgery: Being a Treatise on the Diseases and Surgery of by James Edmund Garretson (1884)
"THE epulides. TUMORS of the mouth most frequently met with are those seen growing upon the ... As the epulides, like other tumors, classify themselves into ..."
2. A History of Dentistry from the Most Ancient Times Until the End of the by Vincenzo Guerini (1909)
"As to epulides, these must be made to disappear, by sprinkling the tumor with the powder of gall-nuts, or by moistening them frequently with a decoction of ..."
3. Diseases of the dog and their treatment by Georg Alfred Müller, Alexander Glass (1911)
"These epulides grow sometimes to be very large, pushing the teeth to one side, making mastication very difficult, and preventing closure of the mouth (see ..."
4. Journal of the British Dental Association by British Dental Association (1888)
"Referring to the sarcomatous nature of many epulides, he quoted a case of a large tumour which he had found at the root of a tooth and removed; ..."
5. The Journal of the Allied Societies by Allied Societies (U.S.) (1912)
"... this paper will principally confine itself are those which are loosely and indefinitely denominated epulides, or as we speak of a single lesion, Epulis. ..."
6. The Missouri Dental Journal (1870)
"... instanced by Mr. Paget as being mistaken for the epulides, being upon the gums ... must necessarily have been epulides, and those who disagreed with Mr. ..."