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Dental Medicine: PG Endo Chapter 4 Pain Control

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Ch 4) Pain Control:

1. Zach L, Cohen G. Pulp response to externally applied heat. Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol 1965;19:515–30.  384  

2. Stanley HR, Lundy T. Dycal therapy for pulp exposures. Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol 1972;34:818–27.  

3. DeJong  R. H. (1977). Neural blockade by local anesthetics. JAMA, 238(13), 1383-1385.

4. Kim, S Microcirculation of the dental pulp in health and disease J Endod 1985 Vol 11 Iss 11 pp. 465-471.

5. Pashley DH. Dentin permeability, dentin sensitivity, and treatment through tubule occlusion. J Endod 1986;12:465–74. 

6. Byers MR, Taylor PE, Khayat BG, and Kimberly CL Effects of Injury on Pulp and Periapical Tissues JOE  1990 pp. 78-84.

7. Torabinejad and Walton JADA 1991 Managing endodontic emergencies vol 122, iss 5, pp. 99, 101, 103

8. Walton, Richard and Fouad, Ashraf.  Endodontic Interappointment Flare-Ups:  A Prospective Study of Incidence and Related Factors.  J Endod 1992.  Vol 18, Issue 4:  pp. 172-177.

9. Coggins, R., Reader, A., Nist, R., Beck, M., & Meyers, W. J. (1996). Anesthetic efficacy of the intraosseous injection in maxillary and mandibular teeth. Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Pathology, Oral Radiology, and Endodontology, 81(6), 634-641.

10. Gordon, S. M., Dionne, R. A., Brahim, J., Jabir, F., & Dubner, R. (1997). Blockade of peripheral neuronal barrage reduces postoperative pain. Pain, 70(2), 209-215.

11. Finder R, Moore PA: Adverse drug reactions to local anesthesia, Dent Clin North Am 46: 747, 2002.