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Ribeiro Jorge Luciana da Cruz, Ormiga Fabiola, Neves Aline, Lopes Ricardo Tadeu,
Journal of Clinical Advances in Dentistry, Volume 5, pp 001-004; https://doi.org/10.29328/journal.jcad.1001023

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Introduction: In endodontically treated teeth, dentinal defects such as microcracks can progress to a vertical root fracture and lead to tooth loss. Objective: The present study aimed to evaluate, by micro-computed tomography analysis, the formation of dentinal microcracks during filling removal in endodontic retreatment of root canals filled with gutta-percha and Total Fill BC bioceramic sealer. Methods: Twenty mesial roots of mandibular molars were instrumented and obturated with gutta-percha and Total Fill BC sealer and then the filling material was removed with rotary Protaper Retreatment files. The specimens were scanned before instrumentation, after filling and after retreatment. The transversal images obtained after filling were compared with the images obtained after removal of the filling material. A descriptive statistical analysis was performed. Results: Among the 24.444 cross-sections analyzed, 5.67% presented some type of dentinal defect, with 0.51% in the initial images, 2.58% in the post-filling images and 2.58% in the post-retreatment images. All the dentinal defects identified in the images obtained after the retreatment were already present in the corresponding images after the filling. New dentinal microcracks were not observed after removal of the filling material. Conclusion: Retreatment of mesial roots of mandibular molars filled with a silicate-based root canal filling material do not influence the formation of dentinal microcracks.
, , Paige Haecker, Binish Shingari, Jennifer Schleichter, Zümra Atalay
Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development, Volume 52, pp 52-68; https://doi.org/10.1080/07481756.2017.1358063

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Using effect sizes from Erford, Paul, Oncken, Kress, & Erford ( 2014 Erford, B. T. , Paul, L. E. , Oncken, C. , Kress, V. E. , & Erford, M. R. (2014). Counseling outcomes for youth with oppositional behavior: A meta-analysis. Journal of Counseling & Development, 92, 13–24. https://doi.org/10.1002/j.1556-6676.2014.00125.x [Google Scholar] ) meta-analysis for treatments of oppositional defiant disorder and Erford, Bardhoshi, Ross, Gunther, & Duncan ( 2017 Erford, B. T. , Bardhoshi, G. , Ross, M. , Gunther, C. , & Duncan, K. (2017). Meta-analysis of counseling outcomes for youth with conduct disorders. Journal of Counseling & Development, 95, 35–44. https://doi.org/10.1002/jcad.12115 [Google Scholar] ) meta-analysis of conduct problems in school-aged youth, the 6 most commonly used disruptive behavior instruments were analyzed for practical and technical strengths and weaknesses, and best use recommendations for screening and counseling outcome research were provided. The instruments included the Achenbach System of Empirically-Based Assessment (ASEBA), Revised Behavior Problem Checklist, Self-Report Delinquency Checklist, Eyberg Child Behavior Inventory/Sutter-Eyberg School Behavior Inventory, Conners–3 Rating Scale, and Parent Daily Report.
Chikit Au, Tony Woo
Published: 30 April 2011
Computer-Aided Design, Volume 43, pp 417-426; https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cad.2010.11.006

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