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Irreversible Pulpitis Of Primary Teeth

Dobrinka Mitkova Damyanova

Abstract

Acute inflammation of the pulp starts with the slowing of blood flow in the area of irritation with the presence of agglutination of red blood cells - erythrocytes in the middle of the blood vessels and accumulation of polymorphonuclear leukocytes. Under the action of chemotaxic factors, the leukocytes move to the inflammation site. In disintegration, leukocytes select proteolytic enzymes in large quantities, resulting in areas of purulent exudate occurring in the pulp. Other bioactive aggressive substances in the inflammation act and as a result, the permeability of the vessels also increases. This is the mechanism via which the cells leave the blood circulation and the plasma and move from the bloodstream into the pulp tissue. The process described predetermines the development of inflammation, irritation of nerve endings and causes spontaneous pain.

Keywords

irreversible pulpitis, pulpal inflammation, primary teeth

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