Root and canal morphology of Burmese mandibular molars.

@article{Gulabivala2001RootAC,
  title={Root and canal morphology of Burmese mandibular molars.},
  author={Kishor Gulabivala and Ther Aung and A Alavi and Y L Ng},
  journal={International endodontic journal},
  year={2001},
  volume={34 5},
  pages={359-70}
}
AIM To study the root canal morphology of Burmese mandibular molars using a canal staining and tooth clearing technique. METHODOLOGY Mandibular molars (331) were collected from indigenous Burmese patients and designated; first (139), second (134), third (58) molars. Following pulp tissue removal and staining of the canal systems with Indian ink, the teeth… CONTINUE READING