Figure 51: Micrograph of sample EIN-20. An extensive lesion of the dentine has undermined the enamel adjacent to the fissure. Such lesions may cause demineralisation of a large area directly underneath it (Marsland and Browne 1975). The lesion contains inorganic diagenetic inclusions.
Figure 51

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