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Patient: 25 year-old male with asthma and seasonal allergies
Chief Complaint: Patient complained of “pressure around his back right tooth”
Dental History: Endodontic treatment had been performed with carrier obturation 2 years prior to the author’s examination. A core without a final full-coverage restoration had been placed.
Significant Findings (#30): Localized moderate gingival inflammation, draining buccal sinus tract, periapical radiolucencies (mesial and distal roots), radiolucent band along the furcation side of the mesial root, and one of the mesial root canals filled grossly short
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