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Simple Bone Cyst and Fibrous Dysplasia Occurring Simultaneously in Both Mandibles: Case Report
Journal of korean dental science
single bone depending on the period of mutation; contraction by multiple lesions 3) , and; case accompanying endocrinopathy 4) . About 80~85% of fi brous dysplasia cases have the type of monostotic contraction and usually develop during the teenage years. It occurs in both males and females, although females tend to record a higher incidence rate these days. Generally, when it occurs in the jawbones, the rate is double in the maxilla than that in the CASE REPORT Fibrous dysplasia is a benign fidoi:10.5856/jkds.2013.6.1.34 fatcat:xr2evqqggbdwfnoc2ayo2czty4