Det odontologiske fakultet

Odontologisk institutt, Endodonti

Produksjonsdato : 2001-01-25
Katalogtype: Fullformat.

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PublKat: A11 (Artikkel i internasjonalt vitenskapelig tidsskrift med referee)
Instit:  Universitetet i Bergen, Det odontologiske fakultet, Odontologisk institutt, Endodonti
Forf:    Brodin, P.
         Universitetet i Oslo
Medforf: Khullar, Shelley M
         Universitetet i Oslo
Medforf: Fristad, Inge
         UiB, Endodonti
Medforf: Kvinnsland, Inger
         Det medisinske fakultet
Tittel:  The Effect of Low Level Laser (LLL) Treatment on Axotomised Inferior A
         lveolar Nerves (IAN) in Rats.
Tidskr:  J Dent Res
År:      1997
Volum:   76
Side(r): 59-59
SamEng:  We have previously found that treatment of LLL improves sensory defic
         its in patients with long standing paraesthesias after accidental sur
         gical in the inferior alveolar nerve, and enchances the speed of retu
         rn of motor control of toe spreading in rats after a standardized sci
         atic nerve axonotmesis injury. The aim of the present study was to ex
         amine the effects of daily LLL treatment (6J at 830 mm with 70 mW out
         put, Rønnevig Dental, Denmark) compared to a control group with sham
         laser treatment, on the sensory reinnervation of the rat first molar
         dental pulp subsequent to IAN axotomy. Female Wistar rats weighing be
         tween 250-300 g were used. Subsequent to anesthesis a standard extrao
         ral approach was used to section the IAN upon entry into the canal. T
         he animal were sacrificed at time intervals of 4 (n=2), 7 (n=6) and 1
         0 (n=11) days. The axotomised jaws were serially sectioned obliquely
         through the mesial root of the first molar tooth, and immunoreacted f
         or CGRP fibers. After 7 days the numbers of regenerated fiber were to
          scarce to be counted. However, at day 10 a significantly higher numb
         er of regenerated marked CGRP fibers (p<0.000) could be counted in th
         e LLL treated group compared to the control group. In conclusion,
         daily treatment of LLL can enchance the speed of nerve regeneration a
         fter section of the IAN. Abstract.
Språk:   eng
PublID:  r98007599
StatKat: f

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PublKat: A11 (Artikkel i internasjonalt vitenskapelig tidsskrift med referee)
Instit:  Universitetet i Bergen, Det odontologiske fakultet, Odontologisk institutt, Endodonti
Forf:    Fristad, Inge
         UiB, Endodonti
Tittel:  Dental innervation: functions and plasticity after peripheral injury
Tidskr:  Acta Odontol Scand
ISSN:    0001-6357
År:      1997
Volum:   55
Side(r): 236-254
Emneord: Denervation; dental pulp; immunocompetent cells; neuropeptides; tooth
          development
SamEng:  Oral tissues including the periodontal ligament, gingiva, and tooth p
         ulp have a relatively dense sensory innervation and a rich vascular s
         upply. Teeth and supporting tissues are susceptible to tissue injury
         and inflammation, partly due to lack   of collateral blood and nerve
         supply and to their low compliance. This review focuses on dental ner
         ve functions and adaptive changes in the trigeminal ganglion and toot
         h pulp after peripheral injuries. An overview of the peptidergic inne
         rvation of oral tissues is presented, followed by a discussion of pla
         sticity in neuropeptide expression in trigeminal peripheral neurons a
         fter local insults to teeth and peripheral nerve injuries. The functi
         onal implications of these adaptive changes a re considered, with spe
         cial reference to nerve regeneration, inflammation, and hemodynamic r
         egulation.
Språk:   eng
PublID:  r98003535
StatKat: f

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PublKat: A11 (Artikkel i internasjonalt vitenskapelig tidsskrift med referee)
Instit:  Universitetet i Bergen, Det odontologiske fakultet, Odontologisk institutt, Endodonti
Forf:    Fristad, Inge
         UiB, Endodonti
Medforf: Kvinnsland, Inger Hals
         Det medisinske fakultet
Medforf: Jonsson, Roland
         Det medisinske fakultet
Medforf: Heyeraas, Karin Johanne
         Det medisinske fakultet
Tittel:  Effect of intermittent long-lasting electrical tooth stimulation on
         pulpal blood flow and immunocompetent cells: A hemodynamic and
         immunohistochemical study in young rat molars
Tidskr:  Experimental Neurology
ISSN:    0014-4886
År:      1997
Volum:   146
Side(r): 230-239
Utgiver: Academic Press
Språk:   eng
PublID:  r98003584
StatKat: f


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