Journal of Cytology & Histology

ISSN: 2157-7099

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Ahmad Mohammad Khattab

Department of Dentistry, Tishreen University, Lattakia City, Syria

  • Research Article   
    Morphological Study of Teeth and Periodontal Structures after Extraction in Syrian Hamster
    Author(s): Ahmad Mohammad Khattab* and Hikmat Yakub

    Background: Syrian Hamsters are considered a prime animal model to conduct histological examination in the oral cavity, having an exceptional ability to constantly regenerate their incisors. Syrian hamsters were also commonly used in experimentally induced cancerous growth studies. Methods: 28 Syrian Hamsters have been distributed into six main groups in addition to control group. The animals of the control group have been sacrificed to get the normal morphological structure of the teeth and the periodontal structures. While the control group of animals have been sacrificed gradually, in order to study the stages of the restorative process, after the days that followed the extraction process. Results: This research illustrates the morphology of the teeth in Syrian hamsters, mainly describing the depression area in .. Read More»
    DOI: 10.37421/2157-7099.2023.14.682

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