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Severe pain, diagnosed irreversible pulpitis

From: Thomas Shimko To: ROOTS Sent: Saturday, December 24, 2005 1:40 AM Subject: [roots] Happy hollidays from the holy land Very nice older patient. Pulp cap long time ago (I always think of Terry when I see those cases), now with severe pain, diagnosed irreversible pulpitis. Almost no pulp chamber, all canals calcified. I was determined to find MB2 and after about 30 minutes of troughing I found it. MB1 and MB2 merged. Patent in all canals. Hand files and Profiles. Result lies before you. Not a 15 minute endo, about 2 hours invested - Thomas Severe pain, diagnosed irreversible pulpitis
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Wierd upper 2nd molar
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