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Figure 7: Center: a view of the pulpotomy area of a twomonth sample capped with NEC. There is no inflammatory reaction. A complete calcified bridge (CCB) was formed and normal pulpal tissue was completely excommunicated from the exterior. A few irregularities in the dentinal walls (arrows) indicated old internal resorption (H & E, 100). Left and right: higher magnification of resorption areas (black arrows). A few cells being embedded (arrow heads) against resorption lacunae, demonstrating new predentin deposition and the end of the resorption process (H & E, 400)

Figure 7: Center: a view of the pulpotomy area of a twomonth sample capped with NEC. There is no inflammatory reaction. A complete calcified bridge (CCB) was formed and normal pulpal tissue was completely excommunicated from the exterior. A few irregularities in the dentinal walls (arrows) indicated old internal resorption (H & E, 100). Left and right: higher magnification of resorption areas (black arrows). A
few cells being embedded (arrow heads) against resorption lacunae, demonstrating new predentin deposition and the end of the resorption process (H & E, 400)