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 Indian J Med Microbiol  
 

Figure 4: (a) Longitudinal ground section of tooth specimen. (b) Coronal portion shows thin enamel with prominent striations and cracks with flat dentinoenamel junction and underlying atypical dentin with branching tubules. (c) Calcified tubular dentin in the central portion of the root showing whorls of tubular dentin, giving the root appearance of a “lava flowing around boulders”. (d) Fused denticles in the centre of the pulp chamber

Figure 4: (a) Longitudinal ground section of tooth specimen. (b) Coronal portion shows thin enamel with prominent striations and cracks with flat dentinoenamel junction and underlying atypical dentin with branching tubules. (c) Calcified tubular dentin in the central portion of the root showing whorls of tubular dentin, giving the root appearance of a “lava flowing around boulders”. (d) Fused denticles in the centre of the pulp chamber