pulp pressure

pulp pres·sure

the pressure in the dental pulp cavity associated with extracellular fluid pressure, but showing pulsatile variations during the cardiac cycle because of the encasement of the pulp within the tooth.
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pulp pres·sure

(pŭlp preshŭr)
Pressure in dental pulp cavity associated with extracellular fluid pressure, but showing pulsatile variations during cardiac cycle because of encasement of pulp within tooth.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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Splenic pulp pressures, which represent portal venous pressures, were measured in the three groups.