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1965 3
1966 9
1967 11
1968 2
1969 5
1970 9
1971 4
1972 6
1973 10
1974 8
1975 4
1976 11
1977 2
1978 3
1979 4
1980 7
1981 8
1982 7
1983 11
1984 9
1985 17
1986 21
1987 9
1988 9
1989 18
1990 25
1991 29
1992 30
1993 16
1994 18
1995 17
1996 17
1997 17
1998 26
1999 9
2000 15
2001 32
2002 20
2003 22
2004 27
2005 17
2006 26
2007 9
2008 28
2009 41
2010 37
2011 36
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2013 30
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Internal root resorption: a review
Patel S, et al. J Endod 2010 - Review. PMID 20630282
From a histologic perspective, internal root resorption is manifested in one form that is purely destructive, internal (root canal) inflammatory resorption, and another that is accompanied by repair, internal (root canal) replacement resorption that is featured by the deposition of metaplastic bone/cementum-like tissues adjacent to the sites of resorption. ...
From a histologic perspective, internal root resorption is manifested in one form that is purely destructive, internal (root canal) inflamma …
Toward the adoption of cementochronology in forensic context
Colard T, et al. Int J Legal Med 2018. PMID 25773917
Because acellular dental cementum is considered to be formed continually throughout life and to not undergo remodeling processes, cementochronology is considered to be a method with the potential for directly assessing chronological age. ...A protocol, which was recently certified according to the ISO-9001, was applied to nine anthropological cases from the Forensic Medicine Institute of Lille (northern France) and compared with routine osteological and dental methods. ...
Because acellular dental cementum is considered to be formed continually throughout life and to not undergo remodeling process …
Histology of NeoMTA Plus and Quick-Set2 in Contact with Pulp and Periradicular Tissues in a Canine Model
Walsh RM, et al. J Endod 2018. PMID 30144833 Free PMC article.
Specimens were scored for inflammation, quality and thickness of dentin bridging, pulp tissue response, cementum and periodontal ligament formation, and apical bone healing. ...CONCLUSIONS: Quick-Set2 and NeoMTA Plus had similar effects on inflammation, pulp response, periodontal ligament and cementum formation, and apical tissue healing in dogs. ...
Specimens were scored for inflammation, quality and thickness of dentin bridging, pulp tissue response, cementum and periodontal liga …
[Pathology of cementum].
Brau E. Actual Odontostomatol (Paris) 1986. PMID 3468767 French.
Cementoblastoma
Huber AR and Folk GS. Head Neck Pathol 2009. PMID 19644548 Free PMC article.
Forensic considerations when dealing with incinerated human dental remains.
Reesu GV, et al. J Forensic Leg Med 2015 - Review. PMID 25572078
It is imperative that dental evidence should not be destroyed through erroneous handling until appropriate radiographs, photographs, or impressions can be fabricated. ...Thus, while dealing with any incinerated dental remains, a systematic approach must be followed through each stage of evaluation of incinerated dental remains to prevent the loss of potential dental evidence. ...
It is imperative that dental evidence should not be destroyed through erroneous handling until appropriate radiographs, photographs, …
Healing of two-wall intra-bony defects treated with a novel EMD-liquid-A pre-clinical study in monkeys
Shirakata Y, et al. J Clin Periodontol 2017. PMID 28965367 Free article.
RESULTS: Osteogain/ACS resulted in more consistent formation of cementum, periodontal ligament and bone with limited epithelial proliferation compared to OFD alone, Emdogain/ACS and OFD + ACS. ...
RESULTS: Osteogain/ACS resulted in more consistent formation of cementum, periodontal ligament and bone with limited epithelial proli …
Gene therapy improves dental manifestations in hypophosphatasia model mice.
Okawa R, et al. J Periodontal Res 2017. PMID 27561677
Early exfoliation of primary teeth owing to disturbed cementum formation, periodontal ligament weakness and alveolar bone resorption are major complications encountered in oral findings, and discovery of early loss of primary teeth in a dental examination often leads to early diagnosis of hypophosphatasia. ...RESULTS: Immunohistochemical analysis of osteopontin, a marker of acellular cementum, revealed that Alpl(-/-) mice displayed impaired formation of cementum and alveolar bone, similar to the human dental phenotype. ...
Early exfoliation of primary teeth owing to disturbed cementum formation, periodontal ligament weakness and alveolar bone resorption …
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