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apical periodontitis meaning

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  • [Medicine]
    Inflammation of the PERIAPICAL TISSUE. It includes general,unspecified,or acute nonsuppurative inflammation. Chronic nonsuppurative inflammation is PERIAPICAL GRANULOMA. Suppurative inflammation is PERIAPICAL ABSCESS.

Examples

  1. Acute apical periodontitis is characterized by well-localized, spontaneous, persistent, moderate to severe pain.
  2. However, it is common for irreversible pulpitis to progress to apical periodontitis, including an acute apical abscess, without treatment.
  3. This is because neutrophils, which are rich sources of PGE2, are present when the majority of rapid bone loss occurs during the initial stages of apical periodontitis.
  4. Together, the cells of this second strike compose the bulk of the apical periodontitis lesion and serve an important role in the subsequent chronic phase of inflammation of apical periodontitis, as they can live for many months.
  5. Together, the cells of this second strike compose the bulk of the apical periodontitis lesion and serve an important role in the subsequent chronic phase of inflammation of apical periodontitis, as they can live for many months.

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