A light microscopic and ultrastructural examination of calcified dental tissues of horses: 1. The occlusal surface and enamel thickness.

@article{Kilic1997ALM,
  title={A light microscopic and ultrastructural examination of calcified dental tissues of horses: 1. The occlusal surface and enamel thickness.},
  author={Sevket Berkay Kilic and P M Dixon and Susan Kempson},
  journal={Equine veterinary journal},
  year={1997},
  volume={29 3},
  pages={
          190-7
        }
}
Gross and microscopic examinations were undertaken on 46 cheek (molar and premolar) and 4 incisor equine teeth that were fractured, or sectioned either with a lathe or diamond saw. Specimens were examined without treatment, after decalcification or acid etching, utilising light, and scanning and transmission electron microscopy. In some horses, the occlusal surface of the teeth were covered with an organic pellicle. The occlusal surface of the underlying equine enamel contained different wear… CONTINUE READING
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