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fluo•ro•sis



Pronunciation: (floo-rō'sis, flô-, flō-), [key]
n. Pathol.
1. an abnormal condition caused by excessive intake of fluorides, characterized in children by discoloration and pitting of the teeth and in adults by pathological bone changes.
2. Also called mottled enamel. Dentistry.the changes in tooth enamel symptomatic of fluorosis.

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