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Tooth

Describing paper with rough texture, which makes the paper able to receive ink more easily.
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Molar tooth sign in Joubert syndrome: Clinical, radiologic, and pathologic significance.
Knowledge of the newer classification system and the subtypes is important as it helps to direct and interpret imaging studies based on clinical signs to avoid delay in diagnosis of the hepatic, oculorenal and renal subtypes of JSRDs in patients in whom the molar tooth sign is identified on brain MRI.
ramidus displays several differences from all other hominids: smaller cheek teeth, relatively larger canine teeth, thinner tooth enamel, and a cranial base and deciduous first molar tooth more like those of chimpanzees.
Excavations also revealed a lower left jaw containing four cheek teeth and a separate molar tooth, all of which the scientists classify as from H.
One previous study surveyed the approaches taken to treat a carious primary molar tooth by a random sample of non-specialist and Paediatric Dentists working within England using a postal questionnaire and found a wide variation between the two groups in relation to treating dental caries [Tickle et al.
The study added clinical evidence of the capacity of primary molar tooth pulp to withstand inflammation when favourable conditions are restored.
An association existed between tooth wear recorded at age 5 and molar tooth wear recorded at age 12.
Genotype, phenotype, and developmental biology of molar tooth characters.
This report describes the treatment and management of a radicular cyst associated with a non-vital primary molar tooth.