PMID: 108648Jun 1, 1979

Response of periapical pathosis to endodontic treatment in monkeys

Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, and Oral Pathology
J MalooleyA Kafrawy


Response of induced periapical lesions in monkeys to a conventional endodontic technique was investigated at varying periods ranging from 15 to 365 days after treatment. The findings indicate that response to treatment is influenced by the extent of the root canal filling, the time lapse between treatment and death, and the presence or absence of bacteria in the apical portion of the canal.


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