Traducción de gumboil en Español:

gumboil

flemón, n.

Pronunciación /ˈɡəmˌbɔɪl//ˈɡʌmbɔɪl/

nombre

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    flemón masculino
    • If the abscess is not treated, the infection may make a channel from the tooth to the surface of the gum, and a painful swelling known as a gumboil may form.
    • Mercurius colds have a very sore throat and thick yellow discharges that leave nose, eyes and even ears raw and may trigger Mercurius typical mouth problems like gumboils, a metallic taste and very, very bad breath.
    • The bark, rubbed up in rice-water mixed with cumin-seed, is a cure for gumboils and toothache.
    • But to us dissidents that gumboil was a symbol of his apartness from the pack.
    • The roasted fruit is emollient and used as a poultice in the treatment of gumboils, dental abscesses etc.
    • Mouth ulcers (traditionally called gumboils) are not well understood, but are associated with Herpes Simplex.
    • Because of risk of blood poisoning, consult your doctor if there is no improvement in 12 hours if a gumboil bursts, or if abscess seems to be enlarging rapidly; antibiotics may be prescribed to prevent infection spreading.
    • I get these gumboils if I eat any amount of wheat at all.
    • They are very effective in mouth ulcers, gumboils and in pyorrohea.
    • These were used for many purposes in dentistry: to stop excessive bleeding, for early root canal treatment, for gumboils, and for toothache.
    • Sometimes the infection spreads into the bone through the root tips and forms a gumboil [periapical infection].
    • An abscess may form (‘gumboil’), sometimes with facial swelling, fever, and illness.
    • Dulcie Lewis, an expert in old English folk cures, says: ‘Oil of cloves has always been applied to the gums for toothache or gumboils.’
    • Violet leaves were used for swellings, and a brew of camomile flowers was useful in cases of sleeplessness-and gumboils!
    • The bulb on the end of this cautery (brass tag number 267: 19) was heated and applied to tissue to treat a variety of dental ills, including tooth decay and gumboils.
    • A drink made by infusion of the bark in hot water is thought to have a tonic effect on the liver when it is afflicted by cold, and rinsing the mouth with this liquid is thought to heal gumboils, strengthen the gums, and ease toothache.