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inflammation of a bone as a consequence of infection or trauma or degeneration

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Khanal et al6 also showed that the moderately difficult extraction of IMTM had a higher percentage of alveolar osteitis as compared to less difficult cases.
A study published in the Journal of Oral Biology and Craniofacial Research that was conducted in India signifies that turmeric proves to be a better treatment for alveolar osteitis than ZOE.
Effect of oral contraceptive e cycle on dry socket (localized alveolar osteitis).
Alveolar osteitis (AO), most commonly known as A'Dry Socket' is a postoperative painful, debilitating condition that occurs as a complication of tooth extraction in permanent dentition.1 The frequency of AO in dental extraction normally ranges from 3% to 4%.
Alveolar osteitis may develop 24 to 48 hours after extraction of a permanent tooth.
The topics selected for the study included Localized Alveolar Osteitis (Dry Socket), Syncope, Temporomandibular Pain Dysfunction Syndrome and Tooth Avulsion.
As far as medical terminology is concerned, many terms were used to describe this condition such as localized osteitis, alveolar osteitis, alveolitis, alveolitis sicca dolorosa, localized alveolar osteitis, fibrinolytic alveolitis, septic socket, necrotic socket, alveolagia.3
Alveolar Osteitis is the most common post-surgical complication following extraction of impacted 3rd molar teeth.
Factors affecting incidence of alveolar osteitis. A prospective community based study.
dry socket are; alveolar osteitis alveolitis sicca dolo- rosa alveolalgia osteomyelitis or fibrinolytic osteitis postextraction osteomyelitis syndrome fibrinolytic alveolitis and localized alveolar osteitis.12
Alveolar osteitis was noted in one case (5%) in Group II whereas it was nil in Group I.
Dry socket or alveolar osteitis is the post extrac- tion socket in which the patient is having pain due to loss of blood clot thus exposing bone to air, food and fluids.
Pathogenesis and management of dry socket (alveolar osteitis).