J. Di Maggio

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The root canals of 588 consecutive nonsurgical patients with varying levels of pain were completely instrumented in 10 endodontic practices and 4 endodontic graduate programs. The participants were sequentially assigned to one of nine medications and a placebo. The severity of pain was assessed by the visual analog scale for 72 h following instrumentation.(More)
In situations where suspicious lesions of undetermined origins are encountered, it is important for clinicians to consider non-endodontic and perhaps non-odontogenic sources to properly diagnose the condition in order to provide appropriate treatment. Differential diagnoses may include cysts, anatomic variations, and neoplastic lesions. Diagnostic dilemmas(More)
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