Histomorphometric analysis of odontoblast-like cell numbers and dentine bridge secretory activity following pulp exposure.

@article{Murray2003HistomorphometricAO,
  title={Histomorphometric analysis of odontoblast-like cell numbers and dentine bridge secretory activity following pulp exposure.},
  author={P. Murray and A. Hafez and A. Smith and L. Windsor and C. Cox},
  journal={International endodontic journal},
  year={2003},
  volume={36 2},
  pages={
          106-16
        }
}
AIM The purpose of this study was to collect quantitative information about the numbers and dentine bridge secretory activity of odontoblast-like cells following dental pulp exposure. METHODOLOGY The numbers and secretory activity of odontoblast-like cells were measured histomorphometrically between 7 days and 2 years in 161 pulp-exposed nonhuman primate teeth. The area of dentine bridges and the dimensions of cavity preparations were measured. The density of odontoblast-like cells and… Expand
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