The chronic softening in the jawbone are a phenomenon that is not perceived by many areas of medicine and dentistry to date, or is not taken seriously, at least in their health effects. This “jaw-inflammation” were by the American pathologist Professor BOUQUOT as “Neuralgia Inducing Cavitational Osteonecrosis” (“neuralgia inducing cavity forming osteonecrosis = NICO) because they often cause unspecific facial pain.
Health effects of Kieferostitis
The health effects of NICO in the jaw can be condensed in two areas: on the one hand the local aspect of a chronic underlying irritation of the facial nerve. Here the symptom picture as trigeminal neuralgia is known. NICO is thus a special form of a jawbone disease – based on facial pain and trigeminal neuralgia. On the other hand, the systemic failure of important organs or cell function by releasing their inflammatory neurotransmitters, which are demonstrated in NICO areas. This shows a much less clear, but a confusing picture of the diverse symptoms NICO effect.
This bone disease have an impact on the overall system in terms of a silent chronic inflammation: The easily comprehensible term “NICO” has yet naturalized internationally in clinical parlance. This, and the non-visibility on conventional radiographs – “NICO does not exist” – makes the study of the chronic Kieferostitis / NICO not easier, but requires everyone involved scientific openness and probable cause search in a particular case of the patient concerned.
Problems of Jaw ostitis diagnostics
To disregard the NICO as sickening change the jawbone certainly bears the problem of their X-ray presentation at: A normal X-ray image does not show the NICO or only very limited!
The introduction of digital volume tomography (DVT), a method is available which represents the structures in a NICO with greater reliability. We serve for the special bone densitometry in the jaw designed CaviTAU ultrasound system as an additional imaging procedure for the metrological determination of bone density and to hedge the previous X-ray diagnostics. For the purposes of the statutory duty of care CaviTAU is a non-load-forming additive method.
Structure and appearance of a Jaw ostitis / NICO
NICO is an insufficient supply in the form of a metabolic disorder that leads to greasy-degenerative bone resolutions. In general, deer NICO represents as greasy lumps that are easy to spoon from the medullary canal of the jawbone. These degenerate fat cells in NICO-areas form inflammatory messenger substances (cytokines / chemokines) that affect other organs and may be associated with inflammatory joint disorders, breast cancer, Hashimoto’s, multiple sclerosis and other tumors there.
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Every year sinus infections afflict about 37 million Americans, sending many of them to the doctor for relief. The problem, according to a new study, is that the prescribed relief may not be appropriate; despite the fact that most acute infections are caused by a virus, patients are overwhelmingly getting bacteria-killing antibiotics. Researchers at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha looked at data from two large government studies of visits to doctors’ offices and hospital outpatient departments and emergency rooms. They found that between 1999 and 2002, there were more than 14.2 million annual visits because of chronic sinus infections Those present for more than 12 weeks and more than 3.1 million annual visits because of acute infections, defined as lasting less than four weeks. Of all the patients seeking treatment for acute infections, almost 83 percent, came away with at least one prescription for an antibiotic. Because most of these short-term infections are caused by a virus, the most effective treatment is to wait it out, rinse twice daily with salt water, and perhaps take a decongestant to treat the symptoms. Chronic sinus infections aren’t as well understood, but it’s believed that inflammation plays a key part; even so, almost 70 percent of patients seeking treatment for long-term sinus problems were prescribed an antibiotic.
Those numbers suggest large-scale overprescription of antibiotics, the authors say in the study, which appears in the current Archives of Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery. The worry is that when antibiotics are used unnecessarily, they knock out only some bacteria; others, resistant to the drugs, can breed and proliferate, making the drug ineffective when used the next time. Given that doctors presumably know that a virus, not a bacterial infection, is the likely cause, why prescribe antibiotics? “It’s a complicated question,” says Donald Leopold, chair of otolaryngology-head and neck surgery at UNMC and an author of the study. “Patients demand antibiotics because they’ve seen an ad, and for doctors, it’s quicker to write a prescription than to explain how to rinse with salt water.” (It’s possible that the prescription trends have improved since 2002, since there’s been a concerted effort to make both doctors and patients aware of the dangers of using antibiotics unnecessarily, Leopold says.) Rinsing is the easy remedy he suggests patients with an acute infection use as their initial defense; if they rinse for a few days before heading for the doctor, about half will be able to cancel their appointment.
This is really showing that the problem is that the sinus’ become a breading ground for fungus, bacteria, and virus’ because they thrive in a moist stagnant enviroment. This is the problem that fCR fixes by manipulation of the cranial bones so the sinus’ drain properly. Then your immune system can get at the invaders and your body can flush them out. I have, over the years, treated hundreds of chronic suffer’s with exellent results.