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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: (a) Intra oral radiograph of upper central incisors showing wide root canals and immature apices. Note that the mesial dentinal wall of left central incisor is short than distal. Also there is associated peri-apical radiolucency. Revascularization procedure was induced in left central incisor. (b) 6 months follow-up radiograph showing healing of associated peri-apical radiolucency. There is slight thickening of the lateral dentinal walls of left central incisor. A small remaining portion of the antibiotic placed during the operative procedure can be seen as slight radiographic opacity in the middle/1/3rd of the canal

Figure 1: (a) Intra oral radiograph of upper central incisors showing wide root canals and immature apices. Note that the mesial dentinal wall of left central incisor is short than distal. Also there is associated peri-apical radiolucency. Revascularization procedure was induced in left central incisor. (b) 6 months follow-up radiograph showing healing of associated peri-apical radiolucency. There is slight thickening of the lateral dentinal walls of left central incisor. A small remaining portion of the antibiotic placed during the operative procedure can be seen as slight radiographic opacity in the middle/1/3rd of the canal