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Distal end of the core : Molar

From: Fred Barnett To: ROOTS Sent: Thursday, May 14, 2009 4:22 PM Subject: [roots] Einstein molar...cases fyi from a 1st year post doc..... Fred Your typical Einstein Molar. Irreversible pulpitis. 45/04s in the mesials and a 50/04 in the distal with one accessory 40/04 cone. Large sizes but that's what the canal asked for so I gave it to it. Not happy with the distal end of the core. Could've done better. Patient was strange and had a "terrible migraine" towards the end of the appointment. Unable to substantiate the cause. Nothing in the medical history - Bilal

Fred, That really is an odd lesion..in the first place..nice work though... orrighty then ... Kauffman...."El Farol"...Santana...just about got it > fyi from a 1st year post doc....Molar Del Sud

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