From carious teeth may be isolated streptothrix, leptothrix, spirilla and fusiform bacilli.
The indiscriminate use of viper broth is not proper at all times, or in all cases of carious bones.
I have seen nothing in these carious forms which does not reveal the mechanical action of these waters.
The remains of the ligaments were cut, flexion of the hand protruded the carious ends of radius and ulna.
Epithelioma sometimes originates in the gum in relation to a carious tooth or to an artificial tooth-plate.
The eyes appeared red and suffused; a carious tooth was then extracted, which caused her to moan slightly.
Clinically, carious bone yields a soft grating sensation under the pressure of the probe.
His teeth became very brittle, and healthy as well as carious broke off from very slight causes.
A carious smile, almost a pitying smile, was hovering on her lips.
In cases with carious destruction of the articular surfaces there are starting pains, and the arm is shortened.
carious car·i·ous (kâr'ē-əs)
Having caries; decayed.