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A patient complains of pain in the lower tooth back region w.r.t 85 since 15days. And swelling since 5 days. Age:-9 years/female What is the diagnosis and treatment?

Female Young Pain Tooth
General Medicine (MBBS) General Dentistry Endodontics & Conservative Dentistry Pedodontics Public health Dentistry Oral pathology

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