JVD 2019 #2 Microbiological Aspects of Naturally Occurring Primary Endodontic Infections in Dogs; Srecnik Flashcards Preview

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1
Q

What association was found between the number of bacterial species in root canal infection & clinical or radiographic signs of endo dz

A

No statistically significant assoc was found.

2
Q

What were the most frequently identified bacteria genera?

What is it for humans?

A

Pasteurella, Bacteroids, and Propionibacterium ( 30 diff species from 16 genera found overall)
These are considered opportunistic pathogens and have all been prev recovered from subgingival plaque in dogs.
Humans= Proteobacteria, Bacteroides & Actinobacteria

3
Q

Was the number of bacterial species in root canals higher or lower with fracture longer than 12 mo?

A

Significantly lower when the duration of the fracture was greater than 12 mo.

4
Q

Of the 28 bacterial isolates, how many were Gram Positive or Gram Negative?

A

46% Gram +

54% Gram -

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