Microscopic Observations on Living Dental Pulp II. The Effect of Thermal Irritants on the Circulation of the Pulp in the Lower Rat Incisor

@inproceedings{Pohto1958MicroscopicOO,
  title={Microscopic Observations on Living Dental Pulp II. The Effect of Thermal Irritants on the Circulation of the Pulp in the Lower Rat Incisor},
  author={Mauri Pohto and A. N. Scheinin},
  year={1958}
}
  • Mauri Pohto, A. N. Scheinin
  • Published 1958
  • Medicine
  • In this paper, microscopic observation on the influence of thermal irritants on the circulation of the lower incisor pulp in the living rat are described. Notice was taken of the vascular reactions in the pulp, unexposed and exposed. To induce thermal irritation, the temperature of the Ringer-gelatine solution used to keep the pulp moist was altered for a certain length of time.As to the irritation caused by cold it was noted that when the temperature of the perfusing solution decreased from 37… CONTINUE READING

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