The Furcal nerve. Ronald L L Collins,MB,BS(UWI),FRCS(Edin.),FICS (Fort Lee Surgical Center, Fort Lee,NJ) The furcal nerve is regarded as an anomalous nerve root, and has been found with significant frequency in disc material, especially in disc material from percutaneous endoscopic discectomies.
Original Article A Comparison between Amalgam and MTA in Repairing Furcal Perforation H. Ghanbari 1, 2, J. Ghoddusi 2, 3, N. Mohtasham 4 1 Associate Professor, Department of Periodontics, School of Dentistry, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Mashhad, Iran 2 Associate Professor, Dental ...
Histological evaluation of contaminated furcal perforation in dogs’ teeth repaired by MTA with or without internal matrix Abdullah Al-Daafas, BDS, MSc,
The Abilityof Portland Cement, MTA, and MTA Bio to Prevent Through-and-Through Fluid Movement in Repaired Furcal Perforations Gustavo De-Deus, DDS, MS,* † Claudia Reis, DDS, MS, † Claudia Brandão, DDS, † Sandra Fidel, DDS, MS, PhD, † and Rivail Antonio Sergio Fidel, DDS, MS, PhD ...
MTA versus Portland cement as repair material for furcal perforations: a laboratory study usinga polymicrobial leakage model G. De-Deus 1, V. Petruccelli 1, E. Gurgel-Filho 2 &T. Coutinho-Filho 1 1 Department of Endodontics, Riode Janeiro State University, Riode Janeiro, and 2 Department of ...
Cross section (top) and sagittal section (bottom) the mesial root of the primary mandibular molar, B (buccal), L (lingual), F (furcal), and P (proximal) views.
After root canal obturation and preparation of furcal perforations the specimens were randomly divided into four groups of 25 teeth each. In groups A, B, C, and D furcation perforations were filled with WMTA, GMTA, white Portland cement, and type II Portland cement, respectively.
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Therefore it is of great importance that chronic periodontitis treatment happens before involving the furcal areas. The threshold of alveolar bone loss associated with progression of periodontal destruction and involvement of interradicular areas is not clearly defined in the literature.
The final nauplius stage molts into the non-feeding cyprid a-frontal filament LI-\ horn posterior shield spine ! Fig. I .Ventral view of a stageV nauplius larva. (From Miller and-furcal ramus Roughgarden, 1994, Fig.-dorsal thoracic spine 1) 155