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  1. ... part under the enamel</li> <li>Cementum, the hard tissue that covers the root and keeps your teeth in place</li> <li>Pulp, the soft connective tissue in the center of ...
  2. ... hard yellow part under the enamel Cementum, the hard tissue that covers the root and keeps your teeth in place Pulp, the soft connective tissue in the center of ...
  3. ... a Tooth, (Continued,) 21 IV. Formation of the Hard Tissues of a Tooth, 18 III. Origin and Formation of the Pulps and Sacs of the Human Teeth, 15 II. ... transformation of part of anatomical elements of the pulp from those ... OF THE HARD TISSUES OF A TOOTH. CONTINUED. 1. Professor Owen's explanation ...
  4. ... result of a morbid process affecting all the tissues of the eye. It is characterized by an abnormal hardness of the eyeball, by formation of plastic matter upon the retina and choroid ...
  5. ... 1907, xiii, 725-728.���Hi rseli (P.) On abnormal formations of blood-vessels in the hard dental tissues. J. Brit. Dent. Ass., Lond., 1903, xxiv, 60- ...
  6. ... c.) aceurately describes the new formations of the hard tissues of the teeth. When speaking of the new formations in the pulp-cavity, he says: ���In these cases there occurs ...
  7. ... more rarely there remains (in consequence of an abnormal growth of connective tissue and the formation of a cicatricial callosity) a hardness in the muscle attacked, which is, moreover, in ...
  8. ... if from the dentine, odontomata. 318 CONNECT!VE-TISSUE TUMORS.���OSTEOMA. ... osteomata into hard or eburneous (osteoma durum or eburneum) (Figs. 200 ...
  9. ... apparently in a nor- mal condition without the pulp supply, from the ... with power of formation and protection in- dependently of the pulp. 163��� ...
  10. NLM Digital Collections - The principles of surgery 
    Publication: Philadelphia : Blanchard and Lea, 1852
    ... is altogether involved. And the characters are���the formation of a hard, painful tubercle ; enclosure of the vesicle in a dark areola of vascular action ; and increase of abnormal sensation in the part. 3. The subcutaneous areolar tissue is implicated. All the local symptoms are increased; ...
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