Micromorphology of the dental pulp is highly preserved in cancer patients who underwent head and neck radiotherapy.

@article{Faria2014MicromorphologyOT,
  title={Micromorphology of the dental pulp is highly preserved in cancer patients who underwent head and neck radiotherapy.},
  author={Karina Morais Faria and Tha{\'i}s Bianca Brand{\~a}o and Ana Carolina do Prado Ribeiro and Adriele Ferreira Gouv{\^e}a Vasconcellos and Icaro Thiago de Carvalho and Fernando Freire de Arruda and Gilberto de Castro J{\'u}nior and Vanessa Cristina Gross and Oslei Paes de Almeida and M{\'a}rcio Ajudarte Lopes and Alan Roger Santos-Silva},
  journal={Journal of endodontics},
  year={2014},
  volume={40 10},
  pages={1553-9}
}
INTRODUCTION Teeth are often included in the radiation field during head and neck radiotherapy, and recent clinical evidence suggests that dental pulp is negatively affected by the direct effects of radiation, leading to impaired sensitivity of the dental pulp. Therefore, this study aimed to investigate the direct effects of radiation on the… CONTINUE READING