periradicular

periradicular

 [per″ĭ-rah-dik´u-lar]
around a root, such as the root of a tooth.

periradicular

(pĕr-ē-ră-dĭk′ū-lăr)
Around a root or a rootlike process, esp. relating to a tooth.

per·i·ra·dic·u·lar

(peri-ră-dikyū-lăr)
Denotes areas near or around the tooth root.

periradicular (per″'ĭrədik´ulər),

adj pertaining to the area immediately outside or around the root of the tooth.
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A study of 28 persons with chronic asymptomatic periradicular lesions showed C.
The incidence of pain showed no association with factors, including age, number of treatment sessions, pain before treatment, periradicular status and the educational level of therapist student.
Herniated intervertebral disc-associated periradicular fibrosis and vascular abnormalities occur without inflammatory cell infiltration.
Chapters related to restorative dentistry and dental trauma have been eliminated or significantly condensed, while areas related to periradicular disease have been strengthened, but the book is still mainly an atlas and most illustrations have been retained.
In some cases, ultrasound is an emerging imaging technique with possibilities to guide a pain-management needle to perform cervical and lumbar facet blocks, occipital nerve blocks, epidural injections and guidance for periradicular injections in the lumbar spine, where fluoroscopy is the current standard," said Dr.
4), and other diseases of the jaws, including inflammatory conditions, alveolitis, and periradicular pathology (all 526.
In addition, another reason to use MTA as a fracture line plug was to induce regeneration of the periradicular tissue and hard tissue deposition.
A final section contains chapters on additional topics, among them: traumatology, tooth resorption, bleaching discolored teeth, immunopathogenesis of periradicular disease, and outcomes.
Predictive factors of efficacy of periradicular corticosteroid injections for lumbar radiculopathy.
It has also been reported that after foramina venous obstruction, periradicular fibrosis may develop, thus leading to symptoms (27).
Aim: This was to assess fracture type, treatment delay, splinting periods and various treatment methods on periradicular healing of root fractures in a group of patients attending a Paediatric Dentistry clinic.
Pertinent variables in vivo include dynamic interactions of root canals with periradicular tissues and body fluids, bacterial leakage, operator skill, and host response.