pulp cavity


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pulp cavity

[′pəlp ‚kav·əd·ē]
(anatomy)
The space within the central part of a tooth containing the dermal pulp and made up of the pulp chamber and a root canal.
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The coronal pulp cavity index: A forensic tool for age determination in human adults.
We want to set up a pulp cavity stem cell bank with the help of the presidential office's department for technology to be used for producing teeth and materials similar to it," the dean of Shahid Beheshti University's Dentistry Faculty said in Tehran on Tuesday.
The dorsal fin spine of Edaphodon closely resembles that of the extinct genus Ischyodus Egerton 1843, but differs from the latter genus by displaying a weakly compressed subovate fin spine with a large subovate pulp cavity, and an incomplete trabecular tissue layer confined to the anterior and posterior spine edge.
fins; single dorsal fin; hypocercal caudal fin, caudal fin "rays" absent; orbits on anterolateral corners of head surrounded by 2-3 rows of specialized, conical, high scales; scales of fin origin compact, relatively large; trunk scales with one median and up to eight posterior or posterolateral spines on crown; pulp cavity relatively large, shallow to deep; one median (= main) and up to eight lateral pulp canals corresponding to number of spines; dentine canals and tubules narrow, sinuous, branched.
It seems less likely that the secondary tooth is the result of gemination because it has distinct roots and a relatively distinct crown, indicating that it has its own pulp cavity.
A study of the dental pulp cavity of mandibular first permanent molars in the Kuwaiti population.
The prognosis of pulpal disease and/or periapical inflammation in the presence of palatogingival groove is not very favourable and depends on the extension, depth and its relation to the pulp cavity.
One develops similarly to teeth at the boundary between the epithelium and dermis (or mesenchyme) and has a polarized development, its denticles exhibiting a pulp cavity and, in actinopterygians, an acrodin cap (enameloid tip) (Orvig 1978; Sasagawa et al.
Longterm prognosis of traumatized permanent anterior teeth showing calcifying processes in the pulp cavity.
the various pulp cavity configurations the number of root canals the number of roots the direction and longitudinal depres- sions of the roots and the difficulties in visualizing the apical limit by radiographs make endodontic treat- ment of the maxillary second premolars challenging for dentist.
Pulp cavity of each tooth shows high variability that makes the endodontic treatment unique.