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vanishing mandible- a case report
vanishing mandible- a case report
Submitted on 17 Feb 2017

simran kaur pawar, harsimran jeet s pawar, priya
(BDS)DAV Dental college,(PG student in MPH) UNT Health Sciences,Texas,(MDS in OMFS)DAV Dental College
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Poster Abstract
Gorham's disease is a very rare, disabling and progressive bone disease. It is characterized by a progressive vanishing of bone (osteolysis), often associated with abnormal swelling of blood vessels (angiomatosis). The pathology may affect only one bone or extend to soft tissues and nearby bones. The author presents a case report of a 32-year male patient, to elaborate the clinical and radiologic features.

Asha ML1, Jose AA, Babshet M, Bajoria AA, Naveen S. Vanishing bone disease of the mandible - a case report. Gerodontology. 2013 Dec;30(4):296-302. doi: 10.1111/ger.12054. Epub 2013 Aug 8.

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