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The various types of dysgeusia are discussed and a clinical classification is proposed. Dysgeusia are divided according to the modifications of the intensity of the perception: ipergeusia and ipogeusie/ageusia. The latter are the most frequent and important ones; they are divided in congenital ones, rapidly developing ones, and slow developing ones. A… (More)
In the international literature it is shown the central role of root canal infection in the etiology of periapical lesions. As a matter of fact it has been proved (13) that sterile necrotic pulp tissue is completely unable to cause inflammatory reactions at the periapex. Infection of endodontic origin extends to the supporting tissues of the tooth only in… (More)
The efficacy and tolerability of the Bacampicillin was evaluated on 80 patients (40 males and 40 females) with infectious pathology. This antibiotic was delivered at different dosage, alone or in association with Fans. The Authors report the statistical results showing the good therapeutical activity, at full dosage, with minor side effects.
From the various investigations of gastric emptying described in the literature, radionuclide labelling of meals appears to provide the most suitable technique. The emptying patterns of different 99mTc-DTPA carriers were studied in healthy volunteers, compared with patterns found after ingestion of a fried egg incorporating 99mTc-serum albumin. The results… (More)
This study investigated the frequency of periapical lesions following pulpal necrosis in vital teeth used as abutments in periodontal-prosthetic therapy. The study was conducted on a continuative series of 1000 teeth treated at least 2 years before the start of the investigation. 500 teeth were treated by specialist and 500 by general practitioners. The… (More)