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CBCT imaging and analysis was performed. Observe unilateral expansion by the distending soft tissue outline illustrated through 3D rendering (Figure 2). Sagittal oblique (Figure 3) and axial (Figure 4) slices depict a round heterogenous predominantly high-density lesion with an encompassing thin uniform less dense peripheral band. Irregular root resorption, displacement of the inferior alveolar nerve canal, buccal-lingual cortical expansion, thinning, and interruption was apparent. Irregular thickening at the inferior border and surrounding osteosclerosis were noted. A macroscopic view (Figure 5), photomicrograph (Figure 6), and conventional radiograph (Figure 7) of vertically sectioned surgical specimens of similar lesions. Note the intimate relationship with the tooth roots.
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