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pulp cavity

pulp cavity The central region of a tooth, which is connected by a narrow channel at the tip of the root with the surrounding tissues. The pulp cavity contains the pulp – connective tissue in which blood vessels and nerve fibres are embedded, and it is lined with odontoblasts, which produce the dentine.

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pulp cavity

pulp cavity The internal cavity of a vertebrate tooth (but see also DENTICLE), that contains connective tissues, blood vessels, and nerves, and is connected to the tissues in which the tooth is embedded.

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