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Lesion on the lingual surface

From: colin gardiner To: roots Sent: Wednesday, May 09, 2012 3:06 AM Subject: [roots] diagnosis Sixty year old female patient presented with lesion on the lingual surface of the lower left mandible which looked like a draining sinus. Further investigation under local anaesthetic revealed necrotic lingual bone in association with bifurcation of lower left second molar. The external surface of 37 was not compromised Lower left second molar responds to cold testing and is slightly mobile compared to other teeth in the quadrant. Radiographic examination reveals internal resorption or crown/root # . Treatment caoh and review or is this a hopeless case. Sorry the x-ray did not copy well. Regards Colin Gardiner Lesion on the lingual surface

Lesion on the lingual surface

Lesion on the lingual surface

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