Keywords:stagnation, sclerotherapy, mineralisation
Two patients presented with multiple concentric calcifications superimposed over the mandibular ramus region. The first patient was a 41-year-old male who presented to the dental clinic requesting a partial denture (Figure 1A). The calcifications were detected incidentally on panoramic radiography. The second patient was a 15- year-old female who presented with a left facial swelling that had been present for 7 years (Figure 1B). What is your diagnostic hypothesis for both patients?
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