The effect of 1200 R of X-radiation on dentinogenesis in the mandibular teeth of rats

Adkins K.F. (1967) The effect of 1200 R of X-radiation on dentinogenesis in the mandibular teeth of rats. Archives of Oral Biology, 12 12: .

Author Adkins K.F.
Title The effect of 1200 R of X-radiation on dentinogenesis in the mandibular teeth of rats
Journal name Archives of Oral Biology   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0003-9969
Publication date 1967-01-01
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 12
Issue 12
Total pages 1
Subject 3500 Dentistry
Abstract The radiation was administered in one, two, or four doses between 29 and 32 days of age. The animals were killed at intervals ranging from 1 to 28 days following the completion of irradiation and the histology studied. Rapid development of oedematous spaces, formation of precisely defined dentine niches, degeneration of odontoblasts, differentiation of pulpal mesenchymal cells into osteoblasts and the production of coarse osteodentine were apparent in all irradiated incisors irrespective of the dose/time pattern used. Fractionation of the total dose into 2 × 600 R and 4 × 300 R did not significantly reduce the deleterious effects which the single large dose had on the development of dentine.
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