2 edition of Sensory mechanisms in dentine found in the catalog.
Sensory mechanisms in dentine
D. J. Anderson
by Pergamon Press; [distributed in the Western Hemisphere by Macmillan, New York] in Oxford, New York
Written in English
|Contributions||Royal Society of Medicine (Great Britain)|
|LC Classifications||QL858 .A55 1963|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 98 p.|
|Number of Pages||98|
|LC Control Number||63018102|
The physiological mechanisms responsible for these pain sensations have been studied from the perspective of both nerve function and the specific environment of those nerves—the dentin tubules. Since the sensitive outer portion of the dentin is not innervated, odontoblasts may play an important role in this sensory by: 2. Ellie Bean the Drama Queen: A Children’s Book about Sensory Processing Disorder by Jennie Harding explores what young children with sensory disorders might expect when working with an occupational therapist. Others called Ellie Bean a “drama queen” when only Ellie knew the reason why she cried for so long was that the tag on her shirt felt like it was digging into her back.
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At the London Sensory Mechanisms in Dentine Symposium, Arwill gave an erudite review of the morphological aspects of dentine innervation—noting, “myelinated nerves accompany blood vessels & continue towards the pulp-predentine interface where they send out fine non-myelinated fibers with free nerve endings that lie in contact with the.
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Apr; 50 (2)– Anderson DJ, Matthews B. An investigation into the reputed desensitizing effect of applying silver nitrate and strontium chloride to human dentine. Arch Oral Biol. Nov; 11 (11)–Cited by: sensory cells and organs and as well as the structures within sensory cells that respond to specific stimuli, are called_____ sensory transduction Conversion of a chemical or physical stimuli into an electrical signal by sensory receptors.
Introduction. Dentine hypersensitivity (DH) is a significant global clinical oral health problem in the adult population. 1 It is a painful symptom of the exposed and innervated cervical pulp–dentine complex that may disturb a person during eating, drinking, toothbrushing, and sometimes even breathing.
2 The quality of life of people with DH is often altered, because the pain experienced Cited by: 1. Mechanisms of Sensory Working Memory: Attention and Performance XXV provides an update on research surrounding the memory processes that are crucial for many facets of cognitive processing and experience, with new coverage of emerging areas of study, including a new understanding of working memory for features Sensory mechanisms in dentine book stimuli devoid of verbal, phonological, or long-term memory content, such as.
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The areas of the body that first become sensitive to stimulation are those that develop the greatest number of highly specialized receptors. The problem of intradental sensory mechanisms has a wider significance for the physiologists than that of dentistry.
It is accepted that only a sensation of pain can be evoked from dentine and pulp. 20 Book Sensory Play Ideas Bring A Book To Life Today Want To Enjoy Some Screen Free Time With Your Child This Week. If you need a break from technology or just want to incorporate more book time into your child's play time, try one of these awesome books and play ideas.
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Discussion. Dentin hypersensitivity as a chronic disease is increasingly prevalent among adults and some researches has been done on determining etiologic factors in causation of the disease, its diagnosis and its treatment [1, 6].This disorder usually occurs as the result of loss of enamel and cementum or exposure of dentinal tubules [1,9].The intensity and degree of sensitivity depends Cited by: You searched for: sensory book!
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