An aggressive lesion of anterior maxilla.

@article{Okade2012AnAL,
  title={An aggressive lesion of anterior maxilla.},
  author={Durga Rajaram Okade and Leena James and Akshay Shetty and Sudhakara Reddy},
  journal={The journal of contemporary dental practice},
  year={2012},
  volume={13 6},
  pages={
          930-3
        }
}
AIM To understand the aggressiveness of lesions in immunocompromised patients. Central giant cell granuloma (CGCG) is a non-neoplastic intraosseous lesion, anterior to the molars and more commonly in the mandible. It is an uncommon lesion accounting for less than 7% of all benign jaw lesions found predominantly in children and young adults with a female predilection of about 2:1 ratio. CASE DESCRIPTION A 22-year-old male patient came to the department with a growth in the anterior part of the… Expand

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The Journal of Contemporary Dental Practice
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The Authors
LESLIE H. McFARLING alld VERNON S. ELLINGSTAD (Research Design and Analysis: Striving for Relevance and Efficiency) LESLIE H. McFARLING is serving as a research psychologist in the U.S. Army, AcademyExpand
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