Non Familial Cherubism: A Case Report
Cherubism might occur in solitary cases or in several members of the family, often in many generations. Treatment depends on the clinical course of the disease. The reported case is an example of solitary sporadic occurrence within a family, which is a less documented condition in the literature.
KeywordsFibro-osseous lesions Cherubism Familial Giant cells
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