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  1. The effects of surgical exposure of dental pulps in germ-free and conventional laboratory rats.
    • 1.Kakehashi, S., Stanley, HR., Fitzgerald, RJ.
    • 2. 1965
  2. The effects of surgical exposure of dental pulps in germ-free and conventional laboratory rats (Kakehashi, S et al. 1965)

    One liner?
    Presence of bacteria is necessary for pulpal and periradicular disease to occur.
  3. Microscopic investigation of root apexes.

    • 1. Kuttler, Y.
    • 2. 1955
  4. Microscopic investigation of root apexes (Kuttler, Y. 1955)

    One liner?
    Apical constriction lies 0.5-1mm from the radiographic apex.  With age, the center of the foramen deviates more from the apical center, the diameter of the foramen increases, and the apical cementum gets thicker.
  5. Endodontic Success - Who's reading the radiograph?

    • 1. Goldman, M., Pearson, A., Darzenta, N.
    • 2. 1972
  6. Endodontic Success - Who's reading the radiograph? (Goldman, M. et al. 1972)

    One liner?
    Radiographs alone are a questionable means of determining endodontic success or failure.
  7. Roentgenographic and direct observation of experimental lesions in bone Pt I and II.

    • 1. Bender, IB., Seltzer, S.
    • 2. 1961
  8. Roentgenographic and direct observation of experimental lesions in bone Pt I. (Bender, IB. et al. 1961)

    One liner?
    Bone lesions can only be detected radiographically with significant destruction of the cortex or the corticocancellous junction.
  9. Roentgenographic and direct observation of experimental lesions in bone Pt II. (Bender, IB. et al. 1961)

    One liner?
    Apical proximity to buccal cortex is why fistulas mostly occur on the buccal surface and are mostly associated with a radiographic lesion.
  10. Reaction of rat connective tissue to polyethylene tube implants Pt I.

    • 1. Torneck, C.
    • 2. 1966
  11. Reaction of rat connective tissue to polyethylene tube implants Pt I. (Torneck, C. 1966)

    One liner?
    Underfilling a root canal that has been properly cleaned would probably result in healing of the periapical tissue.
  12. Reaction of rat connective tissue to polyethylene tube implants Pt II. (Torneck, C. 1966)

    One liner?
    A subcutaneous tube with necrotic tissue was suitable for sustaining microbial growth.
  13. Periapical lesions-Types, incidence, and clinical features (Oral surgery-oral pathology conference No.17, Walter Reed Army Medical Center) (Bhaskar, Surindar. 1966)

    One liner?
    Lesions seen in the apical area were dental granulomas (48), residual cysts(42) , apical scars, cementomas, dental abscesses, foreign-body reactions, cholesteatomas, and giant-cell lesions.(Bhaskar 1966)
  14. The Dynamics of Pulp Inflammation: Correlations between Diagnostic Data and Actual Histologic Findings in the Pulp. (Seltzer and Bender. 1963)

    One liner?
    There is a poor correlation between clinical diagnoses and the actual histological state of the pulp.  (Seltzer & Bender, 1963)
  15. The dynamics of pulp inflammation: correlations between diagnostic data and actual histologic findings in the pulp. (Seltzer and Bender. 1963)

    One liner?
    It is nearly impossible to correlate the clinical and histological statusof the pulp; there are many overlapping disease states. (Seltzer, 1963)
  16. The effect of preparation procedures on original canal shape and on apical
    foramen shape. (Weine, Franklin et al. 1975)

    One liner?
    Despite the instrument or technique (reaming, 1/4 turn filing, rasping, or combinations), prepared canals showed common undesirable characteristics. (Weine, Franklin S. et al. 1975)
  17. Therapy for divergent pulpless tooth by continued apical formation. (Frank, Alfred. 1966)

    One liner?
    Immature root development can be reestablished by removing canal infection and placement of long term canal medicament (Frank, 1966).
  18. Formation of Root-Canals in Human Teeth. (Hess, Walter.)

    One liner?
    Root canal anatomy is complex – variations exist among same tooth types and canal shapes can change with age. (Hess)
  19. The “Balanced Force” Concept for Instrumentation of Curved Canals. (Roane, J.B., et al. 1985)

    One liner?
    Variations in the size of preparations should occur in response to root or canal size rather than the degree of curvature. Utilization of the Balanced Force concept enables the operator to produce enlargement of canals past severe curvatures without compromise of enlargement concepts or preparation diameters. (Roane, J.B., et al. 1985)
  20. Filling Root Canals in Three Dimensions. (Schilder, Herbert. 1967)

    One liner?
    The objective of an RC filling procedure should be a complete 3D obturation of all main and accessory canals – and the most complete obturation is achieved via the warm vertical obturation technique (Schilder, 1967)
  21. The influence of the method of canal preparation on the quality of apical and
    coronal obturation. (Allison, David A. 1979)

    One liner?
    Step back (flared) preparation shapes allow for more apical seal and less microleakage into the canal. (Allison 1979)
  22. Bacteriological studies of necrotic dental pulps. (Sundqvist, G. 1976)
    Necrotic pulps contain a large, varying amount of bacteria with a strong propensity to select for anaerobic microorganisms. (Sundqvist 1976)
  23. The Hydrodynamics Theory of Dentinal Pain: Sensation in Preparations, Caries, and the
    Dentinal Crack Syndrome. (Brannstrom, M. 1986)

    One liner?
    Numerous in-vivo and in-vitro experiments carried out support the hydrodynamic theory that dentinal pain is a result of rapid outward flow of fluid in the dentinal tubules caused by mobilization of capillary forces. (Brannstrom, 1986)
  24. Wound healing in the tissues of the periodontium following periradicular surgery. I. The incisional wound. (Harrison, J.)

    One liner?
    Submarginal rectangular incisions showed a less predictable healing pattern than intrasulcular incisons in the first 4 postop days.
  25. Wound healing in the tissues of the periodontium following periradicular surgery. II. The dissectional wound.

    One liner?
    Few differences exist in dissectional wound healing between triangular and rectangular flaps; however, more intersample variations were seen in the earlier post op intervals in the submarginal flap.
  26. Endodontic failures- an analysis based on clinical, roentgenographic, and histologic findings.  (Seltzer, S., Bender, I.B., et al. 1967)

    Multiple factors can be associated with endodontic failure (Seltzer and Bender 1967)
  27. Factors Affecting the Long-term Results of Endodontic Treatment. (Sjogren et al. 1990)

    Teeth with no preoperative periapical lesions do not constitute a therapeutic problem as they are treated successfully as compared to teeth with pulp necrosis and periapical lesions. (Sjogren et al., 1990)
  28. Etiology and pathogenesis of traumatic dental injuries. (Andreasen JO. 1970)

    One-liner about the article: most frequent injuries are in males (2.3 to 1), mostly primary and mixed dentition (0-10 y.o), 24% with history of previous trauma. Intrusions and luxations are frequent in primary dentition, crown-root fractures in permanent dentition, with the lip possibly acting as an impact absorber if involved. (Andreasen 1970)
  29. Bone Infection. (Fish, E. Wilfred. 1939)

    In the presence of an infection, the following reaction takes place: zone of infection; zone of contamination; zone of irritation; and zone of stimulation. The result of this reaction was separation of the sequestrum and absolute limitation of spread of infection.
  30. Healing of Surgical Wounds in Oral Mucoperiosteal Tissues. (Harrison, John W. 1991)
    Wound healing mechanism can be divided into four major phases: Clotting and Inflammation, Epithelial Healing, Connective tissue healing, Maturation and Remodeling. These phases often overlap in timing and are not distinct temporal entities (Harrison, John W. 1991)
  31. The effect of dilution and organic matter on the antibacterial property of 5.25% sodium hypochlorite. (Harrison, John. 1981)
    Dilution of 5.25% NaOCl significantly inhibits its antibacterial properties. Blood/serum have no effect while yeast extract significantly inhibits antibacterial properties. (Harrison 1981)

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