Case of osseous dysplasia with an unusual concentric, circular, radiological appearance.

Abstract

Osseous dysplasia is an idiopathic process that is characterised by the replacement of normal bone with fibrous tissue and metaplastic bone. On radiographic images it may be predominantly radiolucent, predominantly radio-opaque, or mixed. We present a focal osseous dysplastic lesion with an unusual concentric, circular, radiographic appearance. 
DOI: 10.1016/j.bjoms.2015.09.008

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@article{Sinanolu2016CaseOO, title={Case of osseous dysplasia with an unusual concentric, circular, radiological appearance.}, author={Alper Sinanoğlu and Bahadır Kan and Omer Gunhan and Bahar Muezzinoğlu}, journal={The British journal of oral & maxillofacial surgery}, year={2016}, volume={54 1}, pages={e7-9} }