nonvital

nonvital

(ˌnɒnˈvaɪtəl)
adj
not vital
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Sodium hypochlorite is an agent often preferred for its qualities such as solving the vital and nonvital tissues well, being a wide-spectrum antibacterial agent, its easy diffuse on the walls of the dent due to low surface tension, and being easily and cheaply obtainable.
Theresa Kelley analyzes Percy Shelley's The Sensitive-Plant and applies to it "the phrase embodied life to refer to material forms of life without claiming that those forms can be separated from mechanical or nonvital processes," for "romantic and postromantic efforts to bifurcate vital and mechanical processes neglect what experimentalists and poets found more plausible after 1800--the possibility that forms of life and nonlife, as well as vital and mechanical operations, coexist in forms of being we call life.
On examination, upper right lateral incisor was discolored and also nonvital on pulp testing.
FITC-Annexin V (green fluorescence) and the nonvital dye PI (red fluorescence) allowed the discrimination of intact cells (FITC [sup]– PI [sup]–), early apoptotic (FITC [sup]+ PI [sup]−), and late apoptotic or necrotic cells (FITC [sup]+ PI [sup]+).
Success rate of endodontic treatment of teeth with vital and nonvital pulps.
However, in contrast to the fluorescence staining method, in which the ratio between vital and nonvital cells can be estimated, amplification of bacterial DNA by TaqMan-PCR does not distinguish between DNA of a vital or nonvital cell.
On the other hand, the authors believed that the application of an Ilizarov frame and the bone transport distraction osteogenesis technique would not be reliable because the distal femoral bony fragment was found to be nonvital more than 80% according to the MRI findings.
Use of Er: YAG laser for pulpotomies in vital and nonvital primary teeth.
Therefore, it is reasonable to assume defensive strategies reduce the likelihood of injuries, most bites are inflicted on the back or other nonvital parts of an opponent, and few bites pierce the skin (Blanchard et al, 1979; Takhashi and Blanchard, 1982; Blanchard et al.
A small, regional conflict that threatens a nonvital interest of the United States or its allies but for political reasons requires US involvement.
Early loss of teeth due to trauma: We may splint the loss tooth; monitoring it over two years is very important as if the tooth becomes nonvital (dies off), we need to treat its root for retaining space and avoiding future complications of crowding by removing it.
The second theory advocates that DCs are inflammatory and occur in immature teeth as a result of inflammation from a nonvital deciduous tooth or another source spreading to involve the tooth follicle.