Root Canal Therapy for Fracture-Induced Endodontic Disease in the Dog

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1987
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Queck, K.
Runyon, C.
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Endodontics is a division of veterinary dentistry that deals with pathologic conditions of the tooth pulp. Endodontic disease occurs whenever viable pump tissue is exposed and becomes infected. It is a common sequela to tooth fractures, and occurs less frequently following dental decay and severe periodontal disease. It is the second most common disease in the oral cavity of companion animals.

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