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Draining sinus tract - Courtesy ROOTS

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for the individual posts where they are. Photos courtesy Fred Barnett- ROOTS

From: Fred Barnett
Sent: Sunday, February 17, 2008 6:12 AM
Subject: [roots] Fwd: Apico

Here are all the images of the first surgery from one of my first yr postdocs......


#11. Draining sinus tract. CaOH for 1 month until she finally returned for surgery. 
Obturation and surgery in same visit. Pt. returned today one week after surgery to have
 her sutures removed. It took me some time to suture under the microscope
but it payed off. I am happy with the healing but the tissue adaptation could have 
been a little bit better. I scheduled her to have a correct restoration placed and 
also asked her about the temporary on #9 but she left it at home and didn't
want me to do anything...   Benedict

Fred / Benedict. Lovely documentation and execution. Couple of questions. Why the decision to go to surgery after only a month of Ca(oh)2? Would a longer period of Ca(oh)2 not have got the tract to heal? Is there a path report from the lesion? What material have you packed the crypt with? Are people still using Telfa pads for this rather than cotton? - Bill

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