Retreatment or radiographic monitoring in endodontics.

@article{Nieuwenhuysen1994RetreatmentOR,
  title={Retreatment or radiographic monitoring in endodontics.},
  author={J. V. van Nieuwenhuysen and M. Aouar and W. Dhoore},
  journal={International endodontic journal},
  year={1994},
  volume={27 2},
  pages={
          75-81
        }
}
  • J. V. van Nieuwenhuysen, M. Aouar, W. Dhoore
  • Published 1994
  • Medicine
  • International endodontic journal
  • UNLABELLED The aim of this clinical study was to assess 1032 endodontically treated roots in relation to: (i) the success rate of retreatment (612 roots)--only cases that had recall examinations of 6 months or longer were evaluated; (ii) the influence of various factors on the technical and clinical results of the retreatment; and (iii) the consequences of radiographic monitoring of 420 asymptomatic roots when the root filling was radiographically deficient (short, overextended and/or permeable root fillings). [...] Key ResultExpand Abstract
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