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Flashcards in EX2; Dentin and Pulp Practical Images Deck (52):
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What is happening at the yellow arrows

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dentinogenesis; toward pulp center

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What does the red represent

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Wnt10A signaling

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A; Wnt10A signaling
B; DSPP signaling

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What are the parts of the Matrix Vesicle

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A; membrane
B; HAP crystallites

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What is the differene between the microradiograph on the left and right

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the right is missing DSPP; hypomineralized

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What is this condition

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dentinogenesis imperfecta

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dentinal tubules

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dentinal tubules

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What is this image showing about the shape of the dentinal tubules

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S shaped in the crown
straighter at the root

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Where would you find these dentinal tubules

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root

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Where would you find these dentinal tubules

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crown

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What are these images of

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microorganisms in tubules

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A; pulp
B; odontoblasts
C; predentin
D; unmineralized dentin

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What type of dentin are these

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A; mantle
B; circumpulpal
C; secondary
 

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What type of dentin is this

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tertiary dentin under caries

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tertiary dentin

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tertiary dentin

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A; tubule
B; intRAtubular dentin
C; intERtubular dentin

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extensive translucent/sclerotic dentin

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translucent or sclerotic dentin

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dead tracts

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solid line; dead tracts
dashed line; interglobular dentin

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calcospherites

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interglobular dentin

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Tome's granular layer

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What are these

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growth lines, reflecting the incremental pattern of deposition

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What are these growth lines exaggerated by

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tetracycline stain

28

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A; apical foramen
B; accessory/lateral foramina
C; root canal/radicular pulp
D; cementum
E; pulp chamber/coronal pulp
F; dentin
G; pulp horns
F; enamel

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accessory canals

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Which is the young and which is the older tooth

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left = young
right = old

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Which is old and which is young pulp

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left = young (9)
right = old (28)

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What is this an image of

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pulp stones

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What is this an image of

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pulp stones

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What is this an image of

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diffuse calcifications

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What is this an image of

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diffuse calcifications

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What are these

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pulp stones

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A; odontogenic zone
B; central core

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A; cell-rich zone
B; cell-free zone
C; odontoblast layer
D; predentin
E; dentin

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pulp core
A; fibroblasts
B; capillary
C; nerves

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pulp core
A; blood vessels

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These cells are found in the pulp

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dendritic cells

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odontoblasts

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A; odontoblast process

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What part of the odontoblast is this

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cell body/soma

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What part of the odontoblast is this

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processes

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What part of the odontoblast is this

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processes

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What is this an image of

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the lymphatic vessels in pulp

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What is this image depicting

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How far into dentin the odontoblastic process and the nerve travel

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Rashkow's plexus

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What is this image depicting

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The close relation between the nerves and the odontoblast process
A; nerves
B; odontoblast process

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What is this image depicting

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The clost relation between the odontoblast proces and nerve fiber

A; nerve fiber
B; odontoblast process

52

What is this

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neuropeptides