Have you ran Recover on the database? Recover can repair some issues.
Run recover on a backup copy of the databases. If the files has to be sent off for repair then they will need an non-Recovered file.
Also see the following link if Recover does not fix the file
How big is big?
How do you determine that a record is corrupt?
Are all the backups valid, can you find one that does not have the symptoms that you are seeing?
+1 for Wim.
Exhaust all possibilities before running recover
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Recover makes a new file before anything is done. The purpose of recover is to fix the file so you can retrieve your data from the file. If you only rebuild corrupt indexes then there are no problems using the recover files.
I have collected Corruption info here:
Run Recover, just to review the Recover Log. It may point you to the "Problem" item
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