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Fig. 3

From: Bilateral Central Giant Cell Granuloma of the mandibular angle in three females from the same family

Fig. 3

TA, female, diagnosis at age 9 (4-gen-2008) - a Panoramic radiography shows on both side of the mandible two symmetric large multilocular radiolucent lesions involving the angle and the ramus regions (white arrows). In the lower dental arch, there are only the first molar at right side (b) and the first and second molars at left side (c) CTCB study of the mandible, respectively, of the right and the left site, shows the extension of the lesions. Note their critical relationship with the mandibular canal and its neurovascular structures, in particular the inferior alveolar nerves

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