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774 Possible Causes for Chambers, Pulp

  • Dentinogenesis Imperfecta Type 1

    […] imperfecta; autosomal dominant inheritance. dentinogenesis imperfecta 1 a genetic disturbance in the consistency of the dentin, characterized by early calcification of the pulp chambers[] Commonly show multiple pulp exposure and periapical lesion. Both deciduous and permanent dentition are affected.[] Other specifics are as follows: Thickened dentin Resulted obliteration of the pulp chamber Discoloration of the primary dentition producing yellow, brown, or opalescent gray[]

  • Sunburn

    Chambers, F. Elliott, M. T. W. Teo, J. Bentley, M. Churchman, J. Hall, et al.[] Aloe Vera The leaf pulp of this succulent plant is considered the ultimate skincare product whether the skin is damaged or not.[]

  • Infectious Mononucleosis

    At 3 days postinfection, GFP-positive cells were counted in a counting chamber under UV light.[] Histology of Pfeiffer’s glandular fever Typical in infectious mononucleosis is the picture of polymorphic hyperplasia of the pulp: propagation in lymph nodes and fast-growth[] The spleen showed marked histiocytosis with erythrophagocytosis of red pulp. Figure 1. Characterization of T-cell lymphoproliferative process in lymph node.[]

  • Dental Pulp Necrosis

    Chamber, Pulp Chambers, Pulp Pulp Chambers Pulp Canal Canal, Pulp Canals, Pulp Pulp Canals Root Canal Canal, Root Canals, Root Root Canals All MeSH Categories Anatomy Category[] The pulp components are first described, covering pulp cells, extracellular matrix, vascularization and innervation as well as pulp development and aging.[] If the pulp chamber outline is within the lesion itself, it is likely internal resorption.[]

  • Dental Abscess

    A dental abscess is the worsening of a dental cavity on the inside of the tooth pulp chamber . This area comprises the "meat" of your tooth.[] The infection can then spread from the pulp chamber, down the root canals, and through the tip of the root.[] A dental abscess is the worsening of a dental cavity on the inside of the tooth pulp chamber. This area comprises the "meat" of your tooth.[]

  • Taurodontism Microdontia and Dens Invaginatus

    Radiologically, the pulp chamber may become completely obliterated ( Figure 26 ), although histologically a tiny pulp chamber always remains.[] […] related to Taurodontism, Microdontia, and Dens Invaginatus: 33 # Description HPO Frequency HPO Source Accession 1 microdontia 33 HP:0000691 2 taurodontia 33 HP:0000679 3 pulp[] Other chapters explore the examination, treatment planning, radiographic concerns, prevention, trauma, restorative dentistry, pulp therapy, orthodontics, and behavior management[]

  • Taurodontia Absent Teeth Sparse Hair

    Overview A very rare syndrome characterized mainly by missing teeth, large tooth pulp chambers and sparse hai Symptoms - Taurodontia absent teeth sparse hair he list of signs[] .  Primary- thalidomide induced embropathy Radiology  Two pulp chambers & root canals 51.[] Besides roots damage also causes absence of tooth pulp. Type II is the coronal type and the pulp chamber is enlarged, causing ‘thistle tube’ appearance.[]

  • TDO Syndrome

    Teeth Thin and/or pitted enamel (common feature) Small, widely spaced teeth Enlarged pulp chambers and taurodontism.[] Histological sections of teeth in TDO show that the enamel is hypocalcified and decreased in thickness, [ 2 , 3 , 7 ] and the pulp chamber is enlarged with the pulp horns[] […] density in the long bones Symptoms - Tricho-dento-osseous syndrome * Kinky hair * Small teeth * Widely spaced teeth * Pitted teeth * Poor tooth enamel * Increased tooth pulp chamber[]

  • Periapical Abscess

    Pulp is non-vital hence the pulp chambers / canals appear narrowed.[] […] enter the pulp, which is supplied with blood vessels and nerves.[] Most periapical infections are treated by root canal treatment, to remove the infection from the pulp chamber and root canal. Periapical surgery may also be needed.[]

  • Alveolar Abscess

    Drainage may be set up by opening the pulp chamber and passing a file through the canal into the periapical region.[] An abscess may occur when bacteria invade the nerves and blood vessels, filling the central cavity of the tooth (pulp), and causing the pulp to die.[] Drainage can be established through the tooth’s pulp chamber or the associated gingiva. It can also be established by tooth extraction.[]

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