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It is a completely diverse and concise text. The 4th edition consists of 23 chapters provided by past and new contributors.
The editors authored 14 chapters including Geriatric Endodontics, which is not a common topic in general endodontic textbooks. There are quite a few sections in the book that justify additional reference. For instance, the first and second chapters The Dental Pulp and Periradicular Tissues and Protecting the Pulp, Preserving the Apex have been completely revised regarding current concepts and their superior reorganization of images.
Overall, the current chapters carry advanced information regarding new scientific and technological advances in the field of endodontics, modern biologic concepts, and renovated illustrations.
The content, as the authors mention in their preface 'is not designed to be a cookbook'. It does not provide a step-by-step guide on how to perform endodontics, rather a basis upon which to build your understanding of the subject. It is specifically aimed toward students and general dental practitioners and achieves the level of an excellent final year student or GDP wishing to develop his interest in endodontics.
It is certainly not comprehensive and does not attempt to attract a specialist audience. Little text is dedicated to rotary endodontics or different systems available; however, the principles of such aspects are covered adequately.
With the book is a 'companion DVD'. This DVD contains procedural videos and chapter review questions.
Because the dental pulp is within a rigid, noncompliant chamber, it cannot swell, and the increased interstitial fluid formation results in an increase in tissue fluid pressure. At one time, it was thought that this rise in interstitial fluid pressure would spread rapidly and strangle vessels entering the root canal at the apical foramen. Closer study has revealed that this is incorrect.
Elevations in tissue fluid pressure remain localized to the injured area. A short distance from the injury, tissue fluid pressure is maintained within normal limits.
As interstitial fluid pressure rises, the intraluminal inside pressure of the local capillaries increases to balance this, so that the vessels remain patent. During the response to injury, the gradients by which nutrients and wastes leave and enter the capillaries change to allow greater exchange.
At the same time these changes occur in the capillaries, lymphatic vessels become more heavily employed, removing excess tissue fluid and debris.