Periapical Diseases

After the pulp dies, the inflammatory process will frequently extend through the apical or lateral foramina into the adjacent tissues. Among the resulting diseases are acute periapical inflammation, periapical granuloma, radicular cyst, and periapical abscess. Extensions of infections originating in teeth may lead to such conditions as osteomyelitis, Ludwig's angina, acute apical periodontitis.

After the pulp dies, the inflammatory process will frequently extend through the apical or lateral foramina into the adjacent tissues. Among the resulting diseases are acute periapical inflammation, periapical granuloma, radicular cyst, and periapical abscess. Extensions of infections originating in teeth may lead to such conditions as osteomyelitis, Ludwig's angina, acute apical periodontitis.

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