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Image Transverse section through the skull (labelled)
This skull has been sectioned at the level of the premolars. It shows the position of the nasolacrimal duct (NLD) and the relationship of the apex of the first upper cheek tooth with the maxillary sinus. It also shows the normal occlusal relationship of the cheek teeth with the lingual edges of the maxillary teeth resting against the buccal edges of the mandibular teeth.
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Image text/texmacs Occlusal surfaces of the mandibular cheek teeth
This photograph shows a hemimandible from a wild rabbit. The hemimandible has been tipped slightly to show the regular points that are present on the lingual aspect of the lower cheek teeth. These are normal. They don't need to be removed although they will quickly grow back in a rabbit with healthy cheek teeth. The points are different from the lingually directed spurs that develop on pathologically curved teeth.
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Image Relationship of nasolacrimal duct with apex of large upper incisor (labelled)
This skull is from a wild rabbit. Part of the bony canal that encloses the nasolacrimal duct has been removed to expose the duct within it. The duct bends medially at the apex of the large upper incisor. Only a small amount of apical elongation would compress the duct at that point.
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Image Wild rabbit dentition
This prepared skull from a wild rabbit shows normal dentition and occlusion
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Image ECMAScript program Skull from a rabbit with healthy teeth and bones
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Image Skull of an elderly pet rabbit with healthy dentition
This image shows the skull of an 10 year old Dutch rabbit that was euthanased because she had a malignant tumour in her neck. She has healthy dentition
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Image Mandible of rabbit with normal dentition
This mandible from a wild rabbit shows the shape of the lower cheek teeth. The teeth are vertical with points on the lingual aspect.
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Image Skull showing many of the features of PSADD
This skull shows many features of the progressive sundrome of acquired dental disease. The bone is translucent, indicating osteopaenia. The shape and structure of the teeth is abnormal. The jaws are deformed. Many of the teeth have broken. These changes are irreversible.
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Image D source code Annotated skull showing features of PSADD
This skull shows many of the changes that take place during PSADD. The white arrows point to elongated apices of the cheek teeth. The blue arrows point to deformed sections of bone over curve roots of the teeth. The turquois arrow points to a poorly enamelled tooth with ridges on its surface, The green arrows point to loss of alveolar bone supporting the teeth. The yellow arrow points to translucent bone. The black arrow points to gaps where crowns have broken off some teeth and the red arrows points to deformed bone over distension of the maxillary sinus caused by onstruction of the nasolacrimal duct.
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Image Transparent skull.JPG
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