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Free Content The Rare Florid Osteomatous Jaw Lesion of Gardner Syndrome: A Case Report

Gardner syndrome is well documented in the literature. However, a rare manifestation of this syndrome, which consists of expansion of the maxilla and the mandible, with diffuse enostoses, unerupted and malformed teeth, and areas of sclerosis, is poorly documented. We presented a case of this jaw manifestation documented by CT, with 3-dimensional reconstructions and postprocessed panoramic images.

Keywords: FAP = familial adenomatous polyposis; GS = Gardner syndrome

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: July 1, 2017

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