Traumatic cyst of the mandible with fibrous invasion: A rare case variant

Case Report

Author Details : Himani Grag, Ramaraj P N, Madhuri G Palekar*

Volume : 6, Issue : 4, Year : 2020

Article Page : 308-311

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A non-neoplastic intraosseous pseudocyst devoid of epithelial lining is a classified for traumatic bone cyst. The most of cases are caused due to low-grade infection, intraosseous vascular abnormalities, degeneration of bone tumors, local alteration of bone metabolism and also by trauma. Traumatic bone cyst is associated with representing resolving fibro-osseous lesion. This case was accidently noted and with asymptomatic condition in which according to radiological condition and histological finding it was noted as “Traumatic Bone Cyst”.

Keywords: Traumatic bone cyst, Enucleation.

How to cite : Grag H , Ramaraj P N, Palekar M G, Traumatic cyst of the mandible with fibrous invasion: A rare case variant. Int J Oral Health Dent 2020;6(4):308-311

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