Role of radiology in central hemangioma of jaws

Role of radiology in central hemangioma of jaws

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Role of radiology in central hemangioma of jaws

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Jindal, Sanjeev Kumar; Sheikh, Soheyl; Singla, Anshu; Puri, Nidhi
This document is a artículoDate2010

Central hemangioma, a bone destructive lesion, is a benign tumor. Hemangiomas of jaws are rare entity and produ- ces many different radiographic images. Radiographic differential diagnosis includes osteosarcoma, fibrous dysplasia, central giant cell granuloma, ameloblastoma, odontogenic myxoma, multiple myeloma, dentigerous cyst and aneurysmal bone cyst. Since it involves proliferation of blood vessels so aspiration or biopsy of such lesions can lead to severe hemorrhage which can turn out to be lethal. We stress on the importance of radiology in the timely diagnosis of such lesions which can prevent the disaster not only to the patient but also to oral surgeon in legal and professional aspects.
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