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'''External resorption''' is a condition of a [[tooth]] where the root surface is lost.  This can be caused by chronic [[inflammation]], [[cyst]]s, [[tumor]]s, [[physical trauma|trauma]], reimplantation of a tooth, or sometimes the cause is unknown.
 
'''External resorption''' is a condition of a [[tooth]] where the root surface is lost.  This can be caused by chronic [[inflammation]], [[cyst]]s, [[tumor]]s, [[physical trauma|trauma]], reimplantation of a tooth, or sometimes the cause is unknown.
  
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External resorption is a condition of a tooth where the root surface is lost. This can be caused by chronic inflammation, cysts, tumors, trauma, reimplantation of a tooth, or sometimes the cause is unknown.

See also

References

  • Kahn, Michael A. Basic Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology. Volume 1. 2001.



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