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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 2: Drawings illustrating tissue reaction after tooth root trauma. The root-close tissue layers are explained in Figure 1. The root trauma is indicated by a black S-shaped line. (a) Demonstrates the root-close tissue immediately after the fracture. (b) The purple color shows the bleeding or lymph secretion that follows the trauma and (c) suggests how inflammation at the trauma area are followed by resorption processes (blue-purple shadow)

Figure 2: Drawings illustrating tissue reaction after tooth root trauma. The root-close tissue layers are explained in Figure 1. The root trauma is indicated by a black S-shaped line. (a) Demonstrates the root-close tissue immediately after the fracture. (b) The purple color shows the bleeding or lymph secretion that follows the trauma and (c) suggests how inflammation at the trauma area are followed by resorption processes (blue-purple shadow)