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Figure 2: Three percent sodium hypochlorite (a) at 2 h showing infiltration of inflammatory cells (H and E, ×125), (b) at 2 h showing mild lymphocytes and neutrophils infiltration (H and E, ×250), (c) at 2 days showing necrosis, ulceration, and congested blood vessels (H and E, ×125), (d) at 2 days showing inflammation around muscle fibers (H and E, ×250), (e) at 2 weeks showing flattening of epithelium (H and E, ×125), (f) at 2 weeks showing few lymphocytes (H and E, ×250)

Figure 2: Three percent sodium hypochlorite (a) at 2 h showing infiltration of inflammatory cells (H and E, ×125), (b) at 2 h showing mild lymphocytes and neutrophils infiltration (H and E, ×250), (c) at 2 days showing necrosis, ulceration, and congested blood vessels (H and E, ×125), (d) at 2 days showing inflammation around muscle fibers (H and E, ×250), (e) at 2 weeks showing flattening of epithelium (H and E, ×125), (f) at 2 weeks showing few lymphocytes (H and E, ×250)