To fix this, you will need to perform a recovery on the store using ESEUTIL with the /r option. This should bring it back to a consistent state.
Any time you run ESEUTIL on a store, it's a good idea to copy the store and transaction logs to an alternate location or take a backup of the file system. Then navigate to the storage group that the affected store belongs to, and from Properties -> General tab, note the "Log file prefix" -- E00 by default for the first storage group.
To start the recovery process, go to a command prompt and type: EXCHSRVRBINESEUTIL.EXE /r /l
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