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Orban's Oral Histology & Embryology

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Orban's Oral Histology & Embryology
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Orban's Oral Histology & Embryology
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Language
eng
Summary
First published in 1944, Orban's Oral Histology and Embryology has become the classic text for successive generations of dental students. This thirteenth edition, while retaining the same fundamentals and lucid writing style, reflects upon the recent advances and latest curriculum offered in Indian universities. New to this Edition All chapters have been extensively revised and updated Incorporates Summary and Review Questions at the end of each chapter for the benefit of the students All line illustrations have been modified and poor photographs have been replaced with improved ones for better understanding of the subject New chapter on Lymphoid Tissue and Lymphatics in Orofacial Region Preparation of Specimens for Histologic Study upgraded as a chapter Salient Features Incorporates all relevant changes especially in the field of molecular biology Discusses molecular biological aspects of oral tissues Emphasizes clinical relevance of oral histological aspects
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Nature of contents
dictionaries
Orban's Oral Histology & Embryology
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Orban's Oral Histology & Embryology
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Contents
  • Cover -- Front matter -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Preface to the Thirteenth Edition -- Preface to the Twelfth Edition -- List of Contributors -- Contents -- Chapter 1 - An Overview of Oral Tissues -- Development of tooth -- Enamel -- Dentin -- Pulp -- Cementum -- Periodontal ligament -- Alveolar bone -- Temporomandibular joint -- Maxillary sinus -- Eruption and shedding of teeth -- Oral mucosa -- Salivary glands -- Study of oral tissues -- Chapter 2 - Development of Faceand Oral Cavity -- ORIGIN OF FACIAL TISSUES -- FINAL DIFFERENTIATION OF FACIAL TISSUES -- CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 3 - Development and Growth of Teeth -- Dental lamina -- Fate of dental lamina -- Vestibular lamina -- Tooth development -- Developmental stages -- Bud stage -- Cap stage -- Outer and inner enamel epithelium -- Stellate reticulum -- Dental papilla -- Dental sac (dental follicle) -- Bell stage -- Inner enamel epithelium -- Stratum intermedium -- Stellate reticulum -- Outer enamel epithelium -- Dental lamina -- Dental papilla -- Dental sac -- Advanced bell stage -- Hertwig's epithelial root sheath and root formation -- Histophysiology -- Initiation -- Proliferation -- Histodifferentiation -- Morphodifferentiation -- Apposition -- Molecular insights in tooth morphogenesis -- Tooth initiation potential -- Establishment of oralâ aboral axis -- Control of tooth germ position -- Functional redundancy and their complexities -- Patterning of dentition -- Regulation of ectodermal boundaries -- Stomodeal thickening stage â Dental lamina stage (E11.5â E12.5) -- Bud stage (E12.5â E13.5) -- Bud stageâ Cap stage (E13.5â E14.5) -- Enamel knotâ Signaling center for tooth morphogenesis -- Clinical considerations -- Chapter 4 - Enamel -- Histology -- Physical characteristics -- Chemical properties -- Structure -- Rods -- Ultrastructure -- Striations
  • Direction of rods -- Hunterâ Schreger bands -- Incremental lines of Retzius -- Surface structures -- Enamel cuticle -- Enamel lamellae -- Enamel tufts -- Dentinoenamel junction -- Odontoblast processes and enamel spindles -- Age changes -- Clinical considerations -- Development -- Epithelial enamel organ -- Outer enamel epithelium -- Stellate reticulum -- Stratum intermedium -- Inner enamel epithelium -- Cervical loop -- Life cycle of the ameloblasts -- Morphogenic stage -- Organizing stage -- Formative stage -- Maturative stage -- Protective stage -- Desmolytic stage -- Amelogenesis -- Formation of the enamel matrix -- Development of Tomes⎠processes -- Ameloblasts covering maturing enamel -- Mineralization and maturation of the enamel matrix -- Clinical considerations -- Chapter 5 - Dentin -- Physical And Chemical Properties -- Structure -- Dentinal tubules -- Peritubular dentin -- Intertubular dentin -- Predentin -- Odontoblast process -- Primary Dentin -- Secondary Dentin -- Tertiary Dentin -- Incremental Lines -- Interglobular Dentin -- Granular Layer -- Innervation Of Dentin -- Intratubular nerves -- Theories of pain transmission through dentin -- Permeability Of Dentin -- Age And Functional Changes -- Vitality of dentin -- Reparative dentin -- Dead tracts -- Sclerotic or transparent dentin -- Development -- Dentinogenesis -- Mineralization -- Clinical Considerations -- Chapter 6 - Pulp -- Anatomy -- General features -- Coronal pulp -- Radicular pulp -- Apical foramen -- Accessory canals -- Structural features -- Intercellular substance -- Fibroblasts -- Fibers -- Undifferentiated mesenchymal cells -- Odontoblasts -- Defense cells -- Pulpal stem cells -- Blood vessels -- Lymph vessels -- Nerves -- Nerve endings -- Molecular events following pulp injury and repair -- Functions -- Inductive -- Formative -- Nutritive -- Protective
  • Defensive or reparative -- Differences in primary and permanent pulp tissues -- Primary pulp -- Permanent pulp -- Regressive changes (AGING) -- Cell changes -- Fibrosis -- Vascular changes -- Pulp stones (denticles) -- Diffuse calcifications -- Development -- Clinical considerations -- Chapter 7 - Cementum -- Physical characteristics -- Chemical composition -- Cementogenesis -- Cementoblasts -- Cementoid tissue -- Structure -- Acellular extrinsic fiber cementum -- Cellular cementum -- Cellular intrinsic fiber cementum (CIFC) -- Cellular mixed fiber cementum (CMFC) -- Cellular mixed stratified cementum (CMSC) -- Differences between cementocytes and osteocytes -- Differences between AEFC and cellular intrinsic fiber cementum (CIFC) -- Cementodentinal junction -- Cementoenamel junction -- Functions -- Anchorage -- Adaptation -- Repair -- Hypercementosis -- Clinical considerations -- Chapter 8 - Periodontal Ligament -- Development -- Development of the principal fibers -- Development of cells -- Periodontal ligament collagen fiber attachment to the root surface -- Periodontal ligament homeostasis -- Cell biology of normal periodontium -- 1. Fibroblast growth factor (FGF) -- 2. Platelet derived growth factor (PDGF) -- 3. Transforming growth factor (TGF) -- 4. Interleukin-1 (IL-1) -- 5. Interferon-Î3 -- 6. Matrix metalloproteinases and their tissue inhibitors (MMPs) -- Cells -- Synthetic cells -- Osteoblasts -- Fibroblast -- Fibroblast-matrix adhesion and traction -- Functions -- Differences between periodontal ligament fibroblasts and gingival fibroblasts -- Cementoblasts -- Resorptive cells -- Osteoclasts -- Fibroblasts -- Intracellular degradation -- Cementoclasts -- Progenitor cells -- Origin of the periodontal stem cells -- Relationship between cells -- Epithelial rests of Malassez -- Defense cells -- Mast cells -- Macrophages -- Eosinophils
  • Extracellular substance -- Fibers -- Collagen -- 1. Alveolar crest group -- 2. Horizontal group -- 3. Oblique group -- 4. Apical group -- 5. Interradicular group -- Sharpey's fibers -- Intermediate plexus -- Elastic fibers -- Reticular fibers -- Secondary fibers -- Indifferent fiber plexus -- Ground substance -- Interstitial tissue -- Structures present in connective tissue -- Blood vessels -- Lymphatic drainage -- Nerves -- Cementicles -- Functions -- Supportive -- Sensory -- Nutritive -- Homeostatic -- Eruptive -- Physical -- Age changes in periodontal ligament -- Unique features of periodontal ligament -- Clinical considerations -- Chapter 9 - Bone -- CLASSIFICATION OF BONES -- COMPOSITION OF BONE -- BONE HISTOLOGY -- BONE CELLS -- Osteocytes -- Osteoclasts -- BONE FORMATION -- BONE RESORPTION -- ALVEOLAR BONE -- CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS -- AGE CHANGES -- REFERENCES -- Chapter 10 - Oral Mucous Membrane -- Classification Of Oral Mucosa -- Functions Of Oral Mucosa -- Defense -- Lubrication -- Sensory -- Protection -- Definitions And General Considerations -- Comparison of oral mucosa with skin and intestinal mucosa -- Basement membrane -- Lamina propria -- Submucosa -- Structure Of The Oral Epithelium -- Cytokeratins -- Keratinized epithelium -- Stratum basale -- Stratum spinosum -- Stratum granulosum -- Stratum corneum -- Keratinocytes and nonkeratinocytes -- Keratinocytes -- Nonkeratinocytes -- Melanocytes -- Langerhans cell -- Merkel cells -- Nonkeratinized epithelium -- Subdivisions Of Oral Mucosa -- Keratinized areas -- Masticatory mucosa (gingiva and hard palate) -- Hard palate -- Gingiva -- Blood and nerve supply -- Vermilion zone -- Nonkeratinized areas -- Lining mucosa -- Lip and cheek -- Vestibular fornix and alveolar mucosa -- Inferior surface of tongue and floor of oral cavity -- Soft palate -- Specialized mucosa -- Dorsal lingual mucosa
  • Taste buds -- Gingival Sulcus And Dentogingival Junction -- Gingival sulcus -- Dentogingival junction -- Development of dentogingival junction -- Shift of dentogingival junction -- Sulcus and cuticles -- Epithelial attachment -- Migration of attachment epithelium -- Development Of Oral Mucosa -- Age Changes In Oral Mucosa -- Clinical Considerations -- Chapter 11 - Salivary Glands -- Structure Of Terminal Secretory Units -- Serous cells -- Mucous cells -- Myoepithelial cells -- Ducts -- Intercalated ducts -- Striated ducts -- Excretory ducts -- Connective tissue elements -- Blood supply -- Nerve supply and pattern of innervation -- Classification And Structure Of Human Salivary Glands -- Major salivary glands -- Parotid gland -- Submandibular gland -- Sublingual gland -- Minor salivary glands -- Labial and buccal glands -- Glossopalatine glands -- Palatine glands -- Lingual glands -- Von Ebner's glands -- Development And Growth -- Control Of Secretion -- Composition Of Saliva -- Functions Of Saliva -- Protection of the oral cavity and oral environment -- Digestion -- Mastication and deglutition -- Taste perception -- Speech -- Tissue repair -- Excretion -- Clinical Considerations -- Chapter 12 - Lymphoid Tissue and Lymphatics in Orofacial Region -- Introduction to lymphatic system -- Types of lymphoid tissues -- Development of lymph nodes and lymphatics -- Functions of the lymphatic system -- Lymph nodes -- Anatomy -- Microscopic structure -- Cortical (follicle) area -- Follicular dendritic cells (FDCs) -- Tingible body macrophages (TBMs) -- Lymphoid cells -- Naive B cells: small lymphocytes, mature or circulating lymphocytes -- Centroblasts -- Centrocytes -- Lymphoblasts -- Immunoblasts -- Paracortex (paracortical area) -- Tlymphocytes -- Interdigitating dendritic cells (IDCs) -- Epithelioid venules (postcapillary venules, high endothelial venules)
  • Follicular reticular cells (FRCs)
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