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Endodontology : an integrated biological and clinical view

  • Ricucci, Domenico. , Siqueira, José F. (José Feitas), Jr.
  • Quintessence Publishing
  • 2013
Endodontology : an integrated biological and clinical view

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번호 소장처 청구기호 도서상태 반납예정일 신청/예약
1 연세의학도서관/3층 구관/64서가 2열 617.6342 R541e 대출중 20201030

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Chapter 1 Dentin-pulp complex and periradicular tissues
1 (18)

The normal pulp
1 (2)

Cells of the pulp
3 (1)

Odontoblasts
3 (2)

Fibroblasts
5 (1)

Other cells of the pulp
5 (1)

Microcirculation
6 (1)

Pulp innervation
7 (1)

Calcifications in the pulp
8 (1)

The normal periradicular tissues
9 (1)

The periodontal ligament
9 (3)

Cementum
12 (1)

The normal bone
13 (3)

The alveolar bone
16 (1)

References
17 (2)

Chapter 2 Pulp response to caries and restorative procedures
19 (48)

Pulp response to caries lesions
19 (1)

Shallow caries
20 (2)

Medium caries
22 (3)

Deep caries
25 (6)

Caries exposure and irreversibility of pulpal inflammation
31 (1)

Progression of the pulp degeneration
31 (7)

Hyperplastic pulpitis
38 (2)

Pulp response to restorative procedures
40 (2)

Development of dental adhesion and evolution of the concept of pulp protection
42 (1)

Biological evaluation of adhesive systems
43 (1)

Histologic evaluation criteria
44 (1)

Control pulp areas
44 (1)

Pulp consequences of cavity dehydration
44 (1)

The effects of acid etching and chemical substances contained in adhesive systems
45 (4)

Case studies
49 (2)

Marginal bacterial leakage as a threat to the pulp
51 (1)

Case studies
52 (1)

Possible causes of adhesive failures
52 (1)

Can lining materials increase the resistance to bacterial leakage?
53 (1)

Histologic condition of the pulp at a distance from optimal caries excavation and placement of a well-adapted restoration
53 (8)

Case studies
61 (1)

Concluding remarks
61 (3)

References
64 (3)

Chapter 3 Vital pulp therapy
67 (40)

Caries therapy in conditions of reversible pulpitis
67 (1)

The importance of proper excavation
67 (5)

Prevention of iatrogenic pulpal damage
72 (1)

Pulp damage caused by cavity overheating
73 (1)

Pulp capping and pulpotomy
74 (1)

Pulp capping
75 (1)

Direct pulp capping
75 (1)

Possibilities and limitations
76 (1)

Direct capping technique
77 (1)

Clinical criteria for success
78 (3)

Histological criteria for success
81 (6)

Failure
87 (11)

Indirect capping
98 (3)

Pulpotomy
101 (4)

References
105 (2)

Chapter 4 Periradicular pathology
107 (40)

Etiopathogenesis
107 (14)

Classification of periradicular lesions
121 (1)

Histopathologic classification of periradicular lesions
122 (1)

Apical abscess
122 (1)

Apical granuloma
123 (2)

Apical cyst
125 (9)

Prevalence of the various types of periradicular lesions
134 (1)

Possible mechanisms for cyst formation
135 (1)

Respiratory epithelium in apical cyst lesions
136 (1)

Case studies
137 (1)

Can granulomas and cysts be differentiated between based on radiographs?
137 (5)

Root resorption in apical periodontitis
142 (3)

References
145 (2)

Chapter 5 Endodontic infections
147 (24)

Pathways of root canal infection
148 (1)

Anatomy of infection
148 (1)

The biofilm: a new concept in endodontics
149 (1)

Histobacteriological analysis of endodontic biofilm communities
149 (2)

Histomorphologic features of the biofilm in root canals
151 (4)

Criteria to classify apical periodontitis as a biofilm-induced disease
155 (1)

Dynamics of endodontic biofilm formation
156 (1)

Microbial diversity in endodontic infections
157 (1)

Are there bacteria in the apical periodontitis lesion?
157 (8)

Possible mechanisms of calculus formation in the periradicular area
165 (3)

References
168 (3)

Chapter 6 Clinical endodontics: treatment procedures
171 (68)

Asepsis
171 (1)

Isolation and disinfection of the operatory field
172 (1)

Removal of caries and defective restorations
172 (1)

Preparation for the endodontic treatment
172 (3)

Interference of the marginal periodontal tissues with proper isolation
175 (1)

Preparation of the access cavity
176 (8)

Endodontic treatment in one, two or multiple visits
184 (1)

Working length determination and instrumentation
185 (4)

Cleaning capacity of instrumentation techniques
189 (1)

Case studies
189 (2)

Procedural errors during root canal preparation
191 (2)

Root canal irrigation
193 (4)

Smear layer removal
197 (1)

Intracanal medication
198 (2)

Drying the canal
200 (1)

Root canal obturation
200 (2)

Long-term evaluation of treatment outcome
202 (3)

What is the success rate that may be expected for endodontic therapy?
205 (1)

Does lesion size matter?
205 (5)

Apical periodontitis with suppuration
210 (5)

Technical complications related to resorptions and calcifications
215 (1)

Retreatment
215 (5)

Endodontic emergencies
220 (2)

Case studies
222 (5)

Treatment of teeth with immature apices
227 (4)

Case studies
231 (4)

References
235 (4)

Chapter 7 Healing of the periradicular tissues following endodontic treatment
239 (54)

Basics of healing
240 (1)

Periradicular tissue healing
240 (1)

Overview
240 (1)

Tissue response to pulpectomy and instrumentation/obturation procedures
241 (1)

Survey of the literature
241 (2)

Experimental contribution
243 (1)

Early phases of healing
244 (1)

Case studies
244 (5)

Advanced stages of healing
249 (5)

Histologic condition of the apical pulp stump
254 (17)

Can a link be established between filling materials and persistent inflammation?
271 (1)

Necrotic tissue and debris in the residual apical tissue
272 (2)

Cementum formation
274 (1)

Unusual histologic observations of healing after endodontic treatment
275 (5)

Case studies
280 (2)

Healing after endodontic surgery (hints)
282 (1)

Apical limit of the endodontic procedures
282 (4)

Can overfilling be the cause of root canal treatment failure?
286 (3)

Concluding remarks
289 (1)

References
290 (3)

Chapter 8 The lateral canal issue
293 (22)

Filling lateral canals: should that be a goal?
294 (1)

Clinical implications
295 (5)

Types of lateral lesions
300 (1)

Histologic observations
301 (1)

Teeth with different preoperative conditions
301 (4)

Effects of treatment on lateral canal contents
305 (1)

Root canal-treated teeth
305 (6)

Role of lateral canals in the event of coronal bacterial leakage
311 (1)

Concluding remarks
311 (3)

References
314 (1)

Chapter 9 Failure of the endodontic treatment
315 (52)

Definition of root canal treatment failure
316 (1)

Etiology of root canal treatment failures
316 (1)

Microbial causes
316 (20)

Intraradicular infection
336 (8)

Anomalous structures observed in posttreatment apical periodontitis
344 (1)

Case studies
345 (8)

Bacterial species involved in failures
353 (1)

Is there an interrelationship between number of bacteria and clinical symptoms?
353 (1)

Extraradicular infection
354 (3)

Coronal leakage
357 (1)

Failure associated with overfilling
358 (3)

Nonmicrobial causes of treatment failure
361 (1)

Exogenous factors
361 (1)

Endogenous factors
361 (1)

Apical scar
362 (1)

Failure after apical surgery
362 (1)

Concluding remarks
362 (1)

References
363 (4)

Chapter 10 Endodontic-periodontal interrelationship
367 (50)

Microorganisms involved with endodontic and periodontal diseases
367 (1)

Dental tissues response to the periodontal disease
368 (1)

Pulp response to the periodontal disease
368 (1)

Case studies
369 (11)

Effects of the periodontal treatment on the pulp
380 (1)

Root changes induced by periodontal disease
380 (2)

Root caries
382 (1)

Case studies
382 (5)

Clinical classification and treatment of endodontic-periodontal lesions
387 (1)

Primary endodontic lesion
387 (1)

Primary periodontal lesion
387 (5)

Combined lesions
392 (6)

Vertical root fractures
398 (8)

Tissue response to fracture
406 (2)

Patterns of bone loss
408 (1)

Diagnostic aspects in root fractures
409 (2)

Root fracture: some guidelines
411 (3)

References
414 (3)
Index 417