DENTAL PULP SPACE: ANATOMY, HISTOLOGY AND STRUCTURAL

The pulp space is the innermost tissue within the tooth and also subcutaneous fat that constitutes the tips of the fingers and is loculated by fibrous septa….

Pulp space is very liable to infection especial that of the fingers; unlike that (pulp space) of the teeth which does a strong defensive work to the teeth.

Pulp space as already mentioned is found in two places of the human body: the tooth and the finger tip. The pulp space of the finger is a closed facial compartment situated in front of the terminal phalanx of each finger. see also

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