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Troublesome / painful / cracked tooth (Endodontic)
Region of interest
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Healing bone (shown in green) in current scan compared to prior scan
The current scan was overlaid on the prior scan (Canaray case 158852, dated 1 June 2017). The reparative bone formation in the current scan is shown as a green overlay. This suggests that the marsupialized lesion in the mid-second quadrant is decompressing and healing. No visible signs of recurrence are radiographically evident. Note that no reparative bone is present at the sinus floor apical to tooth 24. A bone defect appears to be present on the sinus floor in this region.
Orthogonal views of current appearance of bone in mid-second quadrant
These orthogonal cross-sectional images demonstrate the current appearance of the decompressed lesion in the mid-second quadrant, without any overlays. Prominent dehiscences are present in the buccal and lingual cortical plates, as well as the sinus floor.
Orthogonal measurements of residual lesion in second quadrant
These orthogonal cross-sectional images demonstrate the dimensions of the residual lesion in the mid-second quadrant from various perspectives.
Persistent bone loss in apical region of tooth 24P
No reparative bone formation is visible in the periapical region of the palatal root of tooth 24. It is possible that a persistent endodontic lesion is present. The buccal root apex of the tooth is not associated with the large defect in the mid-second quadrant