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Traumatic Bone Cyst: Is Trauma Always the Cause or, Symptoms Always Lacking? A Case Report of an Unusual Case
International Journal of Clinical Case Reports
Lucas was the first to describe traumatic bone cyst (TBC) in the year 1929 as a cyst that was unique in that it lacked a well defined epithelial lining, so could not be classed with other epithelium-lined pathologic cavities defined as true cysts. The lesion is mainly diagnosed in younger age groups with an equal distribution between males and females and with the majority of TBCs being found in the body region of the mandible in the pre-molar-molar region. The lesion is usually asymptomaticdoi:10.5376/ijccr.2015.05.0030 fatcat:swekwjshdva4pews35sy5y7rfm