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" ... the dentine more transparent, and softer, so as to be cut with a knife. The acids which may actually effect the first changes in the production of caries are such as are taken with food, or in medicines, or such as are formed in the mouth itself by... "
Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science - Página 275
1874
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Hall's Journal of Health, Volume 20

1873
...naturally transparent, first white, opaque and milky, and, in a more advanced state, chalky, and then the dentine more transparent and softer, so as to...alkaline, or by an acid fermentation of particles of food. But acids alone will not account for all the phenomena of caries in the teeth. They play a primary...
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Nashville Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 13

1874
...naturally transparent, first white, opaque, and milky, and, in a more advanced state, chalky, and then the dentine more transparent, and softer, so as to...alkaline, or by an acid fermentation of particles of food. But acids alone will not account for all the phenomena ol caries in the teeth. They play a primary...
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Freemason's Monthly, Volume 5

1874
...mineral and vegetable, act promptly on the teeth. Various acids are taken with food, or in medicines, or are formed In the mouth itself by some abnormality...alkaline, or by an acid fermentation of particles of food. But acids alone will not account for all the phenomena of caries in the teeth. They play a primary...
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The Science Record: A Compendium of Scientific Progress and Discovery, Volume 4

Alfred Ely Beach - 1875
...attains its greatest size in the interstices of the teeth, and after the action of acids, taken with the food or in medicines, or such as are formed in the mouth itself by some abnormality in the secretions, which make the teeth more or less porous or soft, the fungi penetrate the canaliculi...
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Annual Record of Science and Industry, Volume 4

Spencer Fullerton Baird - 1875
...attains its greatest size in the interstices of the teeth, and after the action of acids, taken with the food or in medicines, or such as are formed in the mouth itself by some abnormality in the secretions, which make the teeth more or less porous or soft, the fungi penetrate the canaliculi...
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Baltimore Physician and Surgeon, Volumes 2-6

1874
...first changes in Hie production of caries ere such as are taken with food, or in medicines, or such ns are formed in the mouth itself by some abnormality...alkaline, or by an acid fermentation of particles of food. But acids alone will not account for all the phenomena of caries in the teeth. They play a primary...
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Medical Brief, Volume 4

1877
...mineral and vegetable, act promptly on the teeth. Various acids are taken with food, or in medicines, or are formed in the mouth itself by some abnormality...alkaline, or by an acid fermentation of particles of food. But acids alone will not account for all the phenomena of caries in the teeth. They play a primary...
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Medical Brief: A Monthly Journal of Scientific Medicine and Surgery, Volume 4

1877
...mineral and vegetable, act promptly on the teeth. Various acids are taken with food, or in medicines, or are formed in the mouth itself by some abnormality...alkaline, or by an acid fermentation of particles of food. But acids alone will not account for all the phenomena of caries in the teeth. They play a primary...
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