publication . Master thesis . 2011

Tamaños radiculares y coronales de molares temporales en una muestra de niños españoles.

Caleya Zambrano, Antonia María;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2011
  • Country: Spain
Abstract
La reabsorción de los dientes temporales ha sido poco estudiada a pesar de que es un proceso fisiológico de gran relevancia en el ser humano. El estudio de la rizolisis podría servir para determinar el estado de maduración del niño, y por tanto tener una aplicación útil en la práctica clínica y forense de la odontología. Por ello en este trabajo de investigación, nos hemos centrado en el estudio de la rizolisis de los dientes temporales. [ABSTRACT] The aim of this work is to study the rhiizolysis of the temporary teeth. This study could be used to stablish the state of maduration of the children which is important for the clinical and forensic practice in dentis...
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