Aggressive Central Giant Cell Granuloma: A Case Report
Central giant cell granuloma (CGCG) is a benign non odontogenic lesion of jaw that may show aggressive behavior. It is classified as aggressive and non-aggressive lesion on the basis of biological behavior and radiographic features. Central giant cell lesion is more frequent in children and young adult before the age of 30 years with female predilection, with characteristic radiological and histopathological features. Here we present a case of a 35 years old female with clinical and radiological diagnosis of central giant cell lesion in posterior mandible confirmed by histopathology. A surgical approach with regular follow up is the treatment of choice in most of the cases.
Key Words: Calcitonin, Corticosteroid, Curettage, Enucleation, Giant cell lesion
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