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Figure 6: Demonstration of the tissue layers in the human root-close peri-root sheet cover. D: Dentine. C: Cementum. Yellow dots: Peripheral nerves. Green crosses: Area of fiber-dense ectomesenchymatic layer. Red structures: Malassez epithelium. The horizontal arrows indicate the tissue layers affected in different diseases (mentioned by examples). Root resorption with known etiology is caused by inflammatory reactions in these tissue layers (trauma, pressure, orthodontic treatment or inflammation due to disturbances in a single tissue layers caused by different general diseases, affecting different tissue components in the peri-root sheet

Figure 6: Demonstration of the tissue layers in the human root-close peri-root sheet cover. D: Dentine. C: Cementum. Yellow dots: Peripheral nerves. Green crosses: Area of fiber-dense ectomesenchymatic layer. Red structures: Malassez epithelium. The horizontal arrows indicate the tissue layers affected in different diseases (mentioned by examples). Root resorption with known etiology is caused by inflammatory reactions in these tissue layers (trauma, pressure, orthodontic treatment or inflammation due to disturbances in a single tissue layers caused by different general diseases, affecting different tissue components in the peri-root sheet