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Exencephaly was induced in rat embryos by maternal hyper-vitaminosis A. Histologic serial sections of 38 exencephalic embryos were examined and the results compared with previous investigations of exencephalic mouse embryos. The patterns of dental anomalies were entirely different; in mouse...
La Mortalité Dentaire En Suéde Au cours d'une enquête faite en Suède sur le plan national, une évaluation statistique de la mortalité des dents permanentes a été faite. Les indications motivant l'extraction ont été enre-gistrées par 2.692 dentistes ayant pratiqué 34.456 extractions de...
In exencephalic mouse embryos the volume of the infraseptal glands is significantly reduced even when the incisor germs are normal. The greatest reduction is found in embryos with fusio totalis and agenesia. The predental part of the glands dominates in fusio totalis, where the room left for the...
The bottom corners of Class I amalgam fillings prepared by different techniques were examined for porosity and y -phase content. The results showed that the so-called wet technique gives much less porosity than Eames' technique or traditional technique. With regard to γ -phase, no difference was...
The present work is an analysis of the marginal structure of experimental occlusal amalgam fillings. The initial manipulation of the amalgam was carried out in three different ways: The Eames' technique, traditional technique, and wet technique. The condensation of the margins was also done by...
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