Intentional vital root transection: a 52-week histopathologic study in Macaca mulatta.

@article{Hitchcock1985IntentionalVR,
  title={Intentional vital root transection: a 52-week histopathologic study in Macaca mulatta.},
  author={R. Hitchcock and E. Ellis and C. Cox},
  journal={Oral surgery, oral medicine, and oral pathology},
  year={1985},
  volume={60 1},
  pages={
          2-14
        }
}
Past studies dealing with the vascular supply to surgically mobilized dentoalveolar segments have mentioned occasional encounters with vital root transection and have noted varying degrees of pulpal response to this insult. The purpose of this investigation was to observe the pulpal and periapical responses of monkey dental tissues to intentional vital root transection over a 1-year postoperative period. Four adult Macaca mulatta monkeys were used in this study. All roots were surgically… Expand
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