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Can you name the Pulpal and Periradicular Diagnoses?

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Gradual onset, no discomfort, intermittent discharge of pus through a SINUS TRACT
Painful response to biting &/or percussion or palpation may have an apical radiolucency
No current pain, may have a past history of pain with a normal response to pulp testing. Usually produced by caries, caries excavation or trauma
Diffuse radio-opaque lesion from a localized bony reaction to low grade inflammation at the apex of a tooth
Pulp has shap pain with a normal response to pulp testing
No clinical symptoms with an apical radiolucency
Rapid onset, spontaneous pain, tenderness of tooth to pressure, pus formation, SWELLING in associated tissues
Pulp is symptom free and normally responds to pulp testing
No signs and symptoms with no periapical change, lamina dura is intact and PDL is uniform
A tooth that has been endo treated with no symptoms and no response to pulp testing
A tooth that has had a pulpectomy or pulpotomy with no symptoms and can or cannot have pain
NO response to pain and no response to pulp testing no dental treatment recently
Pulp shows sharp or deep dull gnawing pain, spontaneous Referred pain or a past history of pain. Extreme lingering thermal pain

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