necrotic pulp

ne·crot·ic pulp

necrosis of the dental pulp that clinically does not respond to thermal stimulation; the tooth may be asymptomatic or sensitive to percussion and palpation.
Synonym(s): dead pulp, nonvital pulp

ne·crot·ic pulp

(nĕ-krot'ik pŭlp)
Necrosis of the dental pulp that clinically does not respond to thermal stimulation; the tooth may be asymptomatic or sensitive to percussion and palpation.
Synonym(s): dead pulp, nonvital pulp.

ne·crot·ic pulp

(nĕ-krot'ik pŭlp)
Necrosis of dental pulp that clinically does not respond to thermal stimulation; tooth may be asymptomatic or sensitive to percussion and palpation.
Synonym(s): dead pulp, nonvital pulp.
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The prevalence of pain in patients with vital pulp was significantly higher than patients with necrotic pulp (P = 0.
Albashaireh and Alnegrish showed that the amount and intensity of pain after treatment of teeth with necrotic pulp is greater [26, 27].
Forty primary maxillary incisor teeth with irreversibly infected or necrotic pulp tissue and completely formed roots were included in the study.
Primary maxillary incisors with irreversibly infected or necrotic pulp tissue and without any radiographic evidence of root resorption were included in this study because of their single root canal and ease of accessibility.