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3 Age (in years) Clinical loss of attachment (in mm) Male Female P N P N 30-47.
In cancer, cells have acquired genetic changes that allow them to survive during loss of attachment.
Common features include rapid loss of attachment and bone destruction, resulting in lost teeth.
Bhagwat Dayal Sharma, Post Graduate Institute of Medical Science, Rohtak, Haryana (INDIA) Table I: (mean+SD) clinical loss of attachment (in mm) in various age group in patients (CAD patients).
Introduction Periodontitis is a infections bacterial disease in which loss of attachment and loss of bone around the teeth.
Clinical loss of attachment measurements were made from the cemento enamel junction to the bottom of the sulcus.
2 mm) of clinical loss of attachment, the 20 number of teeth (21 [+ or -] 1.