Jane Luzia Freire Matos

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The current scientific knowledge of TMJ pathologies points to the importance of etiological research and the need for differential diagnosis using the most modem technological resources. Those include MRI, computed tomography, serologic studies, genetic mapping, and bioelectronic instruments which allow clinicians to study, understand, and measure(More)
Although horizontal root fractures connote a serious trauma to the tooth, they present a favorable prognosis, as the vitality of the pulp remains. Small displacements of the fragments minimize the failure of the healing process; however, even when they occur, the reduction of the diastasis between root fragments is always necessary. A majority of cases are(More)
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