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A case in which a root canal filling was found in a cystic area, the root canal filling having been retained following the extraction of an upper central incisor with an open apex, has been reported. The lateral incisor showed calcific changes in the pulp as a late result of the same trauma which had caused the death of the pulp of the central incisor.
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