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by Geoffrey Meyer, PhD
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    The lecture Tooth by Geoffrey Meyer, PhD is from the course Gastrointestinal Histology.


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    1. Apical foramen - root - pulp - dentin - enamel
    2. Enamel - root - apical foramen - pulp - dentin
    3. Pulp - dentin - root - apical foramen - enamel
    4. Root - apical foramen - pulp - dentin - enamel
    1. Serous Fluid
    2. Arteries
    3. Veins
    4. Nerves
    1. Enamel
    2. Pulp Cavity
    3. Root
    4. Dentin
    1. The clinical crown of the tooth is the whole enamel surface both exposed and also embedded (covered) by the gingiva.
    2. The pulp cavity is continuous with the root canal.
    3. The tooth is supported in its bony socket in the alveolar bone by the periodontal ligament.
    4. Stria (lines) in the tooth enamel reflect developmental increments.
    5. The anatomical crown of the tooth is the whole enamel surface exposed both above and below the gingiva.

    Author of lecture Tooth

     Geoffrey Meyer, PhD

    Geoffrey Meyer, PhD


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