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Mixed radiolucent/radio-opaque jaw lesions (schematic radiographic approach)
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Poster Title: Mixed radiolucent/radio-opaque jaw lesions (schematic radiographic approach)
Submitted on 23 Feb 2019
Author(s): mohamed osama mostafa , asmaa mohamed abo-gabal
Affiliations: faculty of dentistry , Beni - Suef university , faculty dentistry , MTI university
This poster was presented at scientific day , oral pathology department , faculty of dentistry , cairo university
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Abstract: osteoblastic lesions of the jaw in radiograph may be totally radiopaque or mixed radiolucent-radiopaque lesions. this is a schematic approach to identify different types of them whether they are a neoplastic, cystic, inflammatory or systemic condition. Summary: osteoblastic lesions of the jaw in radiograph may be totally radiopaque or mixed radiolucent-radiopaque lesions. this is a schematic approach to identify different types of them whether they are a neoplastic, cystic, inflammatory or systemic condition. References: 1. Oral Radiology 7th Edition Principles and Interpretation, Stuart White Michael Pharoah, 2013
2. Differential Diagnosis of Oral and Maxillofacial Lesions ,5th Edition, Norman Wood ,Paul Goaz,
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