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apical

[′ap·i·kəl]
(botany)
Relating to the apex or tip.
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Results: There was no significant difference between experimental and control subgroups regarding the maximum thickness and number of cells in the apical ectodermal ridge but there was a statistically significant reduction in the number of mitoses in the experimental ridges.
7 Blade of paramere without apical spine with apex narrowly roundish, inner margin distinctly wavy with prominent depression on upper outer margin; 1stgonocoxae on posterior margin distinctly depressed at anterior angle; spermathecal bulb with two finger-like processes .
After 6 months, the tooth was asymptomatic clinically and the tooth did not show any indication on root canal development in radiographic examinations, but there was a dramatic decrease in the size of the apical radiolucency (Figure 4).
Removal of the coronal fragment and initiation of endodontic treatment and later by orthodontic or surgical extrusion of the apical fragment prior to restoration with post crown.
Apical variant of HCM has been mainly reported in Japan with significantly much lesser prevalence in other populations.
Standardized endodontic procedure was then performed until a master apical file of 0.