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A Case of Central Giant Cell Granuloma Involving the Maxillary Sinus Clinically Masquerading as a Malignant Neoplasm
Chettinad Health City Medical Journal
Central giant cell granuloma is traditionally considered to be a non neoplastic bone lesion. They usually present as a slow growing asymptomatic lesion involving the jaw bones i.e. maxilla and mandible. This paper presents an interesting case of a central giant cell granuloma in a 23 year old female that clinically presented as a swelling in the left side posterior hard palate region and radiographically with complete obliteration of the left maxillary sinus, with extension to infratemporaldoi:10.36503/chcmj2(1)-08 fatcat:euc4c7hbxfdjbdlko7vwgttnwm