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An 18-year-old male patient was referred to Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology with complaint of painless swelling in his right maxillary alveolar process. His medical record was insignificant. Extraoral examination revealed that there was no significant asymmetry although the patient's right zygomatic arch seemed protruding. No history of fever, trauma and similar swelling elsewhere in the body were ABS TRACT Fibrous dysplasia is the replacement of cancellous bone components withdoi:10.5336/caserep.2019-72722 fatcat:dza5ipjswjbhfgsmy25nsrmszm