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Figure 2: Intraoral radiography and cone-beam computed tomography images that vertical root fracture (buccolingual fracture) was diagnosable by intraoral radiography and cone-beam computed tomography images. (a) Intraoral radiography image. Arrow indicates the part of root fracture. (b) Cone-beam computed tomography image. Arrow indicates the part of root fracture. A. Axial image. B. Cross-sectional multiplanar reformation (MPR) image. C. Parasagittal MPR image

Figure 2: Intraoral radiography and cone-beam computed tomography images that vertical root fracture (buccolingual fracture) was diagnosable by intraoral radiography and cone-beam computed tomography images. (a) Intraoral radiography image. Arrow indicates the part of root fracture. (b) Cone-beam computed tomography image. Arrow indicates the part of root fracture. A. Axial image. B. Cross-sectional multiplanar reformation (MPR) image. C. Parasagittal MPR image