hemisection


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hemisection

 [hem″e-sek´shun]
1. division into two equal parts.
2. surgical removal of one root of a large mandibular molar along with the corresponding crown area.

hem·i·sec·tion

(hem'ē-sek'shŭn),
Surgical removal of a root and its related coronal portion of a multirooted tooth.

hem·i·sec·tion

(hem'ē-sek'shŭn)
Surgical removal of a root and its related coronal portion of a multirooted tooth.

hem·i·sec·tion

(hem'ē-sek'shŭn)
Surgical removal of tooth root and its related coronal portion of a multirooted tooth.
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Owing to the non-restorability of the case showed in the present report, the hemisection of the affected mesial root followed by its extraction was suggested to allow the preservation of the remaining tooth structure and the maintenance of a severely compromised tooth (14).
Hemisection can produce predictable results as long as proper case selection is followed by interdisciplinary approach with endodontic, surgical and prosthetic procedures.
The CMAP amplitudes reported in the fourth paragraph of the Rats for Hemisection section were incorrect.
Liu et al., "Intraspinal transplantation of CD34+ human umbilical cord blood cells after spinal cord hemisection injury improves functional recovery in adult rats," Cell Transplantation, vol.
It has been reported that spinal cord injury (SCI) upregulated the expressions of microtubule-associated protein 1 light chain 3 (LC3, a marker of autophagy) and beclin-1 in a hemisection mouse model [7].
Schwab, "Secondary cell death and the inflammatory reaction after dorsal hemisection of the rat spinal cord," European Journal of Neuroscience, vol.
Alilain, "Intermittent hypoxia training after C2 hemisection modifies the expression of PTEN and mTOR," Experimental Neurology, vol.
Brown-Sequard is best remembered for his description of hemisection of the spinal cord which he first observed in sugarcane harvesters' injuries in his native land, Mauritius.
Experimental section and hemisection of the spinal cord (taken from De Locis affectibus).
(1, 4, 5) O'Reilly stated that the hemisection of two fused teeth is contraindicated because there would be exposure of the vascular canals, favoring contamination of the pulp organ and encouraging tissue necrosis.
Changes in serotonin, serotonin transporter expression and se rotonin denervation supersensitivity: involvement in chronic central pain after spinal hemisection in the rat.