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A specially designed palatal height gauge demonstrated the mean palatal height of the dental casts of 14 female patients with Turner's syndrome to be higher in all age categories than in a normal control population. Also, palatal height was found to increase with age in both control and...
The pulps of permanent teeth of monkeys were surgically exposed and left open to the oral environment. One half the pulps were treated with an antibiotic preparation and one half with a starch control. The pulps were evaluated microscopically at the end of 30 and 90 days. The results for the...
Lactobacilli were isolated from 24 of 25 teeth with dentinal caries, using a nonselective medium. Biochemical studies indicated that all organisms were homofermenters, which reduced the pH below 4.5, grew at 15C (optimally between 30-37C), and produced predominantly the L(+) form of lactic acid....
Intact weanling rats were given daily subcutaneous injections of 1.0 mg, 2.0 mg, or 3.0 mg of corticosterone or 0.5 mg of hydrocortisone acetate for 11 weeks. All hormone treatments resulted in a significant decrease in weight and tubular diameter of the submandibular gland. A significant...
A physical model which assumes that hydroxyapatite is the thermodynamic governing phase for the acid dissolution-rate behavior of enamel has been critically examined theoretically and experimentally. Both enamel powder and synthetic hydroxyapatite initial dissolution-rate experiments were...
A tetracycline labeling method was used for demonstration of bone-remodeling changes in both tibias following unilateral local X irradiation of the mandible and tibia. A 5-mm diameter X-ray beam was used. Direct effects of 4,500 and 9,000 R exposures of two different radiation qualities were...
Recurrent herpes simplex infections occurred over three times as frequently in a group of febrile patients as in a group of nonfebrile controls. Virus was isolated from patients without lesions, patients with lip lesions only, and patients with lip and intraoral lesions. Characteristic clinical...
The effect of punctate stimulation was evaluated as part of an experimental study of the vascular response of the human gingiva to various stimuli. Bilateral vascular responses were determined by changes in the amplitude of the blood volume pulse ( BVP ) of the gingival papillae between the...
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