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The oral mucous membranes, jaws, and surrounding soft tissues of young rats to whom high dosages of a new potent corticosteroid, triamcinolone, had been administered for prolonged periods were studied histologically. All animals were in other respects “intact” and essentially normal.
Comparison of the tissues obtained from triamcinolone-treated and control animals revealed no significant differences in any of the previously normal tissues examined.
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