root canal of tooth

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root ca·nal of tooth

[TA]
the chamber of the dental pulp lying within the root portion of a tooth.
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root ca·nal of tooth

(rūt kă-nal' tūth) [TA]
The chamber of the dental pulp lying within the root portion of a tooth.
Synonym(s): canalis radicis dentis [TA] , cavity of tooth, pulp canal (1) , pulp canal (2) .
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

root ca·nal of tooth

(rūt kă-nal' tūth) [TA]
Chamber of the dental pulp lying within root portion of tooth.
Synonym(s): marrow canal, pulp canal.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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The proximal end of femur was carefully shortened with scissors until a small opening to the marrow canal becomes visible.
The device is inserted into the bone marrow canal in the center of the long bones of the extremities (e.g., femur or tibia) and share the load with the bone, rather than entirely support the bone.
The marrow canal was trepanned and consecutively bored out with reamers (diameters 1 mm, 1.5 mm, and 2.0 mm).