Necrotic pulp tissue dissolution by passive ultrasonic irrigation in simulated accessory canals: impact of canal location and angulation.

@article{AlJadaa2009NecroticPT,
  title={Necrotic pulp tissue dissolution by passive ultrasonic irrigation in simulated accessory canals: impact of canal location and angulation.},
  author={Anas Al-Jadaa and Frank Paqu{\'e} and Thomas Attin and M. Zehnder},
  journal={International endodontic journal},
  year={2009},
  volume={42 1},
  pages={
          59-65
        }
}
AIM To evaluate whether passive ultrasonic irrigation (PUI) of 2.5% NaOCl would dissolve necrotic pulp tissue from simulated accessory root canals (SACs) better than passive placement of the irrigant, when temperature was equilibrated between the two treatments. METHODOLOGY Transparent root canal models (n = 6) were made from epoxy resin. SACs of 0.2 mm diameter were placed at defined angles and positions in the mid-canal and apical area. SACs were filled with necrotic bovine pulp tissue. PUI… CONTINUE READING
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