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Diagnosis and treatment of pulpal distress.

@article{Fj1976DiagnosisAT,
  title={Diagnosis and treatment of pulpal distress.},
  author={Miranda Fj and C. Ew and Hatch Ra},
  journal={Dental Clinics of North America},
  year={1976},
  volume={20},
  pages={285}
}
Both diagnosis and treatment of vital pulp tissues encompass some fairly comprehensive varieties of methods and materials. Diagnosis is arrived at in terms of probability. No one can be absolutely sure that the diagnosed degree of pulpal distress is in fact the actual state of affairs. Treatment, therefore, must be best be a probability also. There can be no guarantee that the treatment rendered will succeed in every instance. Any diagnosis and treatment of reversible pulpal distress is a… Expand
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