Lexicographical Neighbors of Pulpal
Literary usage of Pulpal
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Proceedings of the National School of Dental Technics by American Institute of Dental Teachers (1897)
"The bottom or floor of occlusal cavities is called the pulpal wall. If extended to include the pulp chamber it becomes the sub-pulpal wall. ..."
2. Dominion Dental Journal (1904)
"The pulpal wall should be parallel to the long axis of the tooth and slightly obtuse to the floor of the cavity. 2. The preparation of the second class of ..."
3. Transactions of the American Dental Association at Its ... Annual Session by American Dental Association (1879)
"Lateral processes are also observed, given off from the cells at right angles, or nearly so, to the principal process, zd, pulpal end same as first form, ..."
4. Dental Amalgam: A Scientific Review & Recommended Public Health Service ...edited by James S. Benson edited by James S. Benson (1999)
"(1983) reported a high correlation of pulpal inflammation with bacterial ... Even though there was pulpal inflammation detected hi 15 of 37 teeth after ..."
5. Student's Manual of Cavity Preparation by Jesse Elmer Severns (1915)
"The pulpal wall is the wall that is placed to the occlusal of the pulp and at right angles to the long axis of the tooth. When the pulp is removed the ..."
6. The Monthly Review of Dental Surgery (1876)
"But I do not hence conclude that all pulpal ... and it is probable that the same exception may occur in cases of diffuse pulpal ..."
7. Horses' Teeth: A Treatise on Their Mode of Development, Anatomy, Microscopy by William H. Clarke (1893)
"These ramify upon the pulpal surface, the artery carrying blood to the denti- nal tubuli, ... The dentinal tubes open on the walls of the pulpal cavity, ..."