Mandibular intraosseous pseudocarcinomatous hyperplasia: a case report

  title={Mandibular intraosseous pseudocarcinomatous hyperplasia: a case report},
  author={Andreas Fuchs and Stefan Hartmann and Karen Ernestus and Grit Mutzbauer and Christian Linz and Roman Camillus Brands and Alexander Christian K{\"u}bler and Urs D A M{\"u}ller-Richter},
  journal={Journal of Medical Case Reports},
BackgroundMandibular pseudocarcinomatous hyperplasia is a rare and generally benign pathology. We report on one of these rare cases.Case presentationThe case history of a 73-year-old white man stated that he had a carcinoma of the oropharynx, which was primarily treated with radiotherapy and chemotherapy 4 years prior. As a result of radiotherapy he developed an osteoradionecrosis of his mandible and a consecutive pathological fracture of his left mandibular angle. Subsequent osteosynthesis was… 
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