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No, anything that happens after several years of the person having meningitis is not in any way connected to meningitis, the acid erosion could be down to the diet he has if it is high in acidity, like fruit juice, fizzy drinks. Milk teeth are also more prone to have acid erosion because the enamel is much weaker than adult teeth.
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The inflammation may be caused by infection with viruses, bacteria, or other microorganisms.
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Meningitis is a generic term for inflammation of the lining of the brain. It can have many causes including medication (Motrin and Bactrim are common), dental procedures, viru…ses (most common), cancers, autoimmune diseases and bacterial infections. When most people use the term they usually mean a bacterial infection. These can be rapidly fatal if not addressed quickly and sometimes require all close contacts to be treated as well.
There are several things that cause erosion, and acid rain is one of them.
What is the erosion of teeth due to bacterial digestion of sugar resulting in acid production called?
Dental caries, molar infection, dentin, or peristalsis
Kinda-sorta. All rains can cause soil erosion, as it doesn't take much for running water to cut channels and move loose dirt about.
The harmful gases produced from use rise and produce acid rain, the rain then falls. When the acid rain touches the rock it starts to break down the molecules in the rock,… causing cracks to appear, leading to bits falling of. This called eroding of the rock.
Scarring of the meninges may result in obstruction of the normal flow of CSF, causing abnormal accumulation of CSF.
In newborns, the most common agents of meningitis are those that are contracted from the newborn's mother, including Group B streptococci, Escherichia coli, and Listeria monoc…ytogenes.
Yes, the phosphoric acid found in soda and other processed foods can dissolve the main constituent of enamel, which protects the teeth. Other acids like hydrochloric acid and …citric acid do similar damage.
Teeth are mostly modified limestone (calcium carbonate, calcium phosphate, calcium fluoride, etc.) reinforced with various proteins. Just like acids erode ordinary limestone (…calcium carbonate) they erode teeth, bacteria then can make the exposed proteins rot (producing even more acid).