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Osteonecrosis of the jaw (ONJ) is a well-known adverse drug reaction to bisphosphonate (BP) treatment. ONJ diagnosis is usually based on the patient's medical/medication histories and on the clinical/radiological features of necrotic bone (frequently exposed). Furthermore, in case of mandibular involvement, patients may present pain and/or hypesthesia of the inferior alveolar nerve. There are no pathognomonic clinical and radiological signs of ONJ, and in doubtful cases, the histologicdoi:10.32388/ic2qds fatcat:x5pcnrsemzdqpapifoho2cxrmy