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How to diagnose and treat periodontalendodontic lesions

@inproceedings{Storrer2012HowTD,
  title={How to diagnose and treat periodontalendodontic lesions},
  author={Carmen L{\'u}cia Mueller Storrer and Giuliana Martina Bordin and Tarc{\'i}sio Tavares Pereira},
  year={2012}
}
Objective: This literature review aims to assess the causes and consequences of periodontal-endodontic lesions, as well as its clinical, radiographic and microbiological aspects. Literature review: Periodontal-endodontic lesions are often changes that affect all teeth due to the close relationship between pulp and periodontium. Many authors researched about this, but there are many disagreements on the subject, starting with the different types of classification, in which many are based on the… 

Falsas vías en pacientes atendidos en la Facultad de Estomatología de La Habana.

The false pathways were predominant in the age group of 35 to 59 years, the incisors were the most affected teeth, most of the lesions occurred during endodontic therapy, and more than a quarter of the patients were associated with periodontitis.

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