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Figure 1: (a) Intra-oral radiograph showing the radiolucency of the lesion and alveolar bone of the extracted molar. (b) Two-dimensional panoramic at 3 months revealed a well-demarcated unilocular mixed lesion: the center of the lesion was radiolucent, and the edge was more radiopaque. (c) swelling of the vestibular cortex of the mandible. (d) Axial image of computed tomography scan showed an alteration of the continuity of the cortical buccal bone was observed, and the lesion was extended to surrounding the soft tissue. (e) Para-axial image revealed that the lesion displaced the mandibular canal toward the basilar border of the mandible. (f) Surgical site after excision of the lesion. (g) The specimen. (h) X-ray of the lesion showing the calcification inside the lesion

Figure 1: (a) Intra-oral radiograph showing the radiolucency of the lesion and alveolar bone of the extracted molar. (b) Two-dimensional panoramic at 3 months revealed a well-demarcated unilocular mixed lesion: the center of the lesion was radiolucent, and the edge was more radiopaque. (c) swelling of the vestibular cortex of the mandible. (d) Axial image of computed tomography scan showed an alteration of the continuity of the cortical buccal bone was observed, and the lesion was extended to surrounding the soft tissue. (e) Para-axial image revealed that the lesion displaced the mandibular canal toward the basilar border of the mandible. (f) Surgical site after excision of the lesion. (g) The specimen. (h) X-ray of the lesion showing the calcification inside the lesion