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  Separate MB2


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From: sashi nallapati
To: ROOTS
Sent: Sunday, January 22, 2006 11:30 PM
Subject: [roots] separate Mb2

Looking at the literature, the incidence of 2 separate Mb canals 
is much higher than the popular perception.. stropko had it at 55%
Neaverth et al  had it at 62% my numbers are a little less at 48% 
(87 max first molars) I believe 50% is a very realistic number for 
separate canals.. here is one form this week. the split was at the 
junction of the middle and the coronal third of the root.
of course Carr's tips for the troughing...sashi nallapati

two separate MB2

weine type III and IV? or III only? - Kendel

type III  mostly...Sashi  Nallapati

I just miss all the fours ;) Kendel
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