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Research Paper | Medicine Science | Macedonia | Volume 4 Issue 9, September 2015
The Localization of Dental Calcifications in Radicular Pulp
Abstract: Introduction Localization of the pulp stones can be coronar and/or radicular pulp. The intention of the study is to present morphology of dental calcifications according to the localization in radicular pulp. Materials and Methods The present study was analyzed 60 extirpated pulps of teeth with endodontic diagnosis pulpitis chronic, and 40 pulps of extracted teeth, with the method of light microscopy, and by using standard differential histochemical stain. Results The spherical calcifications show tendency of grouping according to their number, with average value of 3 calcifications per volume of one pulp. Irregular calcifications do not show tendency of grouping. Conclusion With this study are confirm that, radicular pulp stones can be localizated in dependence on theirs the size and the shape.
Keywords: Kay words pulp stones, radicular calcifications, the morphology, the localization, light microscopy, longitudinal direction, transverse section
Edition: Volume 4 Issue 9, September 2015,
Pages: 1909 - 1913