extirpation


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For permanent teeth, the method should be considered interim; after the roots have formed, treatment by pulp extirpation should be initiated.
After 10 minutes of administration of local anes- thesia in both groups, the access cavity was started to prepare with Endo access bur (Maillefer, Dentsply, Ballaigues, Switzerland), and pulp extirpations done with barbed broach (Medin, Jinonice, Czech Republic).
If the whalers, preoccupied with hunting the declining populations of whales present in the Bering, Chukchi, and Beaufort seas in the late 1800s, were not responsible for the extirpation of the summer-resident bears on the St.
Between the extirpation of bison and replacement by cattle (18651875, Larson, 1940; late 1870s-early 1880s, Nelson and England, 1971), much of the western Plains was undergrazed, which resulted in more-frequent fires in some areas (Nelson and England, 1971; Higgins, 1986; Grant and Murphy, 2005) and more high-intensity fires in others (Umbanhowar, 1996).
In addition the mean ([+ or -]SD) time of pulp extirpation was 44 days ([+ or -] 41.0) for teeth with immature apices and 9 days ([+ or -]7.2) for those with mature apices.
The knowledge of their utilization is on the brink of extirpation because of drastic changes that were operated within local cultures and farming systems by alien, western models.
At the initiation of this study, two changes in the assemblage were expected: (1) the extirpation of the obligate riverine species Notropis buccula and Hybognathus placitus, which were believed to be unable to maintain permanent populations upstream from the impoundment in the absence of periodic immigration from downstream sites; and (2) a decline in relative abundance and species richness of minnows (family Cyprinidae), compared with pre-impoundment collections, as a result of the loss of N.
Of these four endangered critters, only marten are in no immediate danger of extirpation in the lower 48 states.
are particularly susceptible to plague, suffering high mortality rates during outbreaks (> 90 percent) and resulting in local extirpation and population reductions.
"Near the northern Channel Islands in California, predators like sea otters and lobsters were once common but are now scarce, thanks to extirpation and overfishing.
paste for sealing canals with incomplete extirpation of pulp resorcin-formaldehyde paste or analog 800 g, 842.
Published in the Journal of Threatened Taxa, the survey indicates a "possible decline in the range of Platanista gangetica in the Indian Sundarbans" attributing the extirpation to a triple whammy of elevated sedimentation, reduced freshwater discharge and swelling salinity.
The case report is aimed to demonstrate etiopathogenesis of the developed peritoneal leiomyomatosis following endoscopic extirpation of the uterus with the use of a power morcellator against the backdrop of the patient's normal hormonal status.
In 1878, the method of partial pulp extirpation was first introduced, called mortal amputation.
In 14 cases, another procedure was completed during the operation, including 6 repairs of umbilical hernia, 1 extirpation of a mesenteric cyst, 1 drainage of a liver cyst, 1 extirpation of a benign abdominal wall tumor, 1 bilateral TEP hernia repair, 1 resection of a fistula between the transverse colon and the gallbladder, 1 liver biopsy for suspected neoplasm, 1 salpingectomy and 1 Nissen fundoplication.