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Figure 1: Preoperative radiograph of the maxillary left second premolar showing apical radiolucency (a). Preoperative radiograph with exaggerated mesial angulation showing apical radiolucency (b). The working length radiograph of the buccal and palatal canals (c). Postoperative radiograph showing two obturated root canals (d). Postoperative radiograph with exaggerated distal angulation showing two obturated root canals that are joined in the mid-root region and separated at the apical third (e). Clinical photograph of the maxillary left second premolar after obturation (f). Six-month recall radiograph showing signs of healing (g). Six-month recall radiograph with exaggerated distal angulation showing signs of healing (h)

Figure 1: Preoperative radiograph of the maxillary left second premolar showing apical radiolucency (a). Preoperative radiograph with exaggerated mesial angulation showing apical radiolucency (b). The working length radiograph of the buccal and palatal canals (c). Postoperative radiograph showing two obturated root canals (d). Postoperative radiograph with exaggerated distal angulation showing two obturated root canals that are joined in the mid-root region and separated at the apical third (e). Clinical photograph of the maxillary left second premolar after obturation (f). Six-month recall radiograph showing signs of healing (g). Six-month recall radiograph with exaggerated distal angulation showing signs of healing (h)