Research Article| Volume 59, ISSUE 2, P198-200, February 1985

A histologic evaluation of dental pulp tissue of a patient with periodontal disease

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      Clinical and histologic examination of twenty-five teeth of a patient with varying degrees of attachment loss resulting from periodontal disease showed no correlation between the severity of periodontal disease and morphologic changes of the pulp tissue.
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