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dc.contributor.authorDelgado C., Ludwing
dc.contributor.authorOjeda C., Carlos Albertospa
dc.contributor.authorFerreira A., Humbertospa
dc.contributor.authorOrdóñez M., Eugeniospa
dc.descriptionIt is thought that, in occasions, the orthodontic forces produce alterations in the angiogenesis, structures and capillary pulpar flow. Nevertheless, it can be found reports of stimulation of the angiogenesis through the growth factors; structural changes due to fibrosis, apoptosis, pulpar degenerations and necrosis; vascular changes by a reduction in the sanguineous flow to pulpar, and changes in the trustworthiness of the sensitivity tests. The purpose of this article is to raise several questions on the structural and vascular pulpar changes induced by orthodontic forces.eng
dc.descriptionSe ha sugerido que, en ocasiones, las fuerzas ortodónticas producen alteraciones en la angiogénesis, estructura y flujo sanguíneo pulpar. Sin embargo, en la literatura se encuentran reportes de estimulación de la angiogénesis a través de los factores de crecimiento; cambios estructurales debidos a fibrosis, apoptosis, degeneraciones pulpares y necrosis; cambios vasculares por una reducción en el flujo sanguíneo pulpar, y cambios en la confiabilidad de las pruebas de sensibilidad. El propósito de esta revisión es plantear varios cuestionamientos sobre los cambios pulpares vasculares y estructurales inducidos por fuerzas ortodónticas.[Delgado L, Ojeda CA, Ferreira H, Ordoñez E. Cambios pulpares vasculares y estructurales inducidos por fuerzas ortodónticas: Una revisión. Ustasalud Odontología 2005: 4: 44 – 47]spa
dc.publisherUniversidad Santo Tomás Seccional Bucaramangaspa
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dc.rightsCopyright (c) 2018 UstaSaludspa
dc.sourceUstaSalud; Vol. 4, Núm. 1 (2005); 44-47spa
dc.typeArtículo revisado por paresspa
dc.subject.proposalAngiogénesis; movimiento dental; flujo pulpar; vitalidad pulparspa
dc.subject.proposalAngiogenesis; Tooth movement; Pulpar flow; Pulpar vitalityeng

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