A case of a salivary calculus containing a limb of a shrimp--the structural analysis.

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This study describes a case of a salivary calculus which contained the limb of a shrimp. Pathological findings seemed to show a stratiform structure of calculus around the foreign body at the center. However, when the cut surface of the salivary calculus was examined by a scanning electron microscope, it was suspected that the origin of the calculus was in… (More)

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@article{Takeshita1990ACO, title={A case of a salivary calculus containing a limb of a shrimp--the structural analysis.}, author={Haruo Takeshita and Atsushi Ishihara and T. Yamashita and Akira Itoh and K. Yoshida and Makiko Fukaya}, journal={Aichi-Gakuin dental science}, year={1990}, volume={3}, pages={49-58} }