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Kronfeld"s histopathology of the teeth and their surrounding structures.

Rudolf Kronfeld

Kronfeld"s histopathology of the teeth and their surrounding structures.

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Published by Kimpton in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Previous ed.: 1949.

ContributionsBoyle, Paul E.
The Physical Object
Pagination535p.,ill.,25cm
Number of Pages535
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21658800M


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Kronfeld"s histopathology of the teeth and their surrounding structures. by Rudolf Kronfeld Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. Kronfeld's Histopathology of the Teeth and Their Surrounding Structures Rudolf Kronfeld, Paul E. Boyle Published by Lea & Febiger (). The first edition of this book was published in The present revised edition retains the many fine features of the original text and some valuable new material.

The text is liberally illustrated by material collected from many sources. Many of the illustrations are of the fine histologic material prepared by the late Dr. Kronfeld. Histopathology of the teeth and their surrounding structures.

Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, (OCoLC) Online version: Kronfeld, Rudolf, Histopathology of the teeth and their surrounding structures. Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Rudolf Kronfeld.

Teeth consist for the major part of dentin. This material houses the dental pulp, the soft tissue core of the tooth consisting of myxoid connective tissue with blood vessels and nerves, and supports the enamel cap that covers the part of the tooth that is exposed to the oral cavity.

In the root area, dentin is covered by cementum that fixes the collagenous fibres of the Cited by: 2. The excellent illustrations, for the most part original, are chiefly photomicrographs of sectioned human material and in a great many instances include teeth, soft tissues and bone in the same specimen.

The subject matter is well organized, clearly presented and not rigidly limited to the presentation of the histologic picture of oral diseases. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kronfeld, Rudolf, Histopathology of the teeth and their surrounding structures.

Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, The roots are thin, short, and pointed, and the root canals, like the pulp chambers, are calcified.

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(June ) P.E. Boyle, Kronfeld’s histopathology of the teeth and their surrounding structures ed. 3 () Lea & Febiger Philadelphia Cited by: 2. Complex odontomes: occur largely in the 2nd decade and may be found as an incidental finding on a radiograph taken for orthodontic reasons or for investigation of unerupted teeth.

They are most commonly found in the mandibular premolar/molar region, but can occur anywhere in the jaws. Complex odontomes are often associated with unerupted teeth and may attempt to Cited by: 2. The tooth has two anatomical parts. The crown of a tooth is that part of the tooth which is covered with enamel and this is the part usually visible in the mouth.

The root is the part embedded in the jaw. It anchors the tooth in its bony socket and is normally not visible. Enamel The hard outer layer of the crown. Noyes’ Oral histology and embryology Isaac Schour, 7 () Lea & Febiger Philadelphia 3.

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Edition: 3d ed., thoroughly rev. and re-edited by Paul E. Boyle. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, Title(s): Histopathology of the teeth and their surrounding structures. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, Description: xii, p.

ill. Language: English MeSH: Mouth/pathology* Other Subject(s): Teeth / Diseases, Teeth / Histology Notes: Includes bibliographies. NLM ID: R[Book]. Author(s): Kronfeld,Rudolf,; Boyle,Paul E Title(s): Histopathology of the teeth and their surrounding structures/ Paul E.

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