Radiographic assessment of Gardner's syndrome.

@article{Fonseca2007RadiographicAO,
  title={Radiographic assessment of Gardner's syndrome.},
  author={Lineu Corr{\^e}a Fonseca and Namio Kodama and Fernando Furlan Nunes and Pedro Hernane Maciel and F A Fonseca and Marcelo Roitberg and Jefferson Xavier de Oliveira and Marcelo G. P. Cavalcanti},
  journal={Dento maxillo facial radiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={36 2},
  pages={
          121-4
        }
}
The detection of osteomas in the maxillofacial region may be the initial clinical finding in Gardner's syndrome (GS). The most common location of osteomas is in the skull, but the lesion can also occur in the jaws. We present a case of a 47 year old male patient with GS who was referred for radiological evaluation. Extraoral examination revealed an epidermoid cyst and the patient had a history of intestinal polyps. A panoramic radiograph demonstrated numerous osteomas and diffuse sclerosis of… CONTINUE READING

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