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《Radiologic Practice》 2018-04
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Clinical and radiographic features of ossifying fibroma with associated aneurismal bone cyst of the jaws

ZHU Wen-jing;ZHANG Chun-ye;WANG Shao-ying;Department of Radiology,Shanghai Ninth People′s Hospital School of Medicine,Shanghai Jiaotong University;  
Objective:To analyze the clinical manifestations and radiographic features of ossifying fibroma associated with aneurysmal bone cyst of the jaws.Methods:The clinical and imaging data of 16 patients with histopathology-proven ossifying fibromas with associated aneurysmal bone cysts in the jaws were reviewed retrospectively.All 16 patients underwent CT,6 patients also enhanced CT,14 patients also X-ray,and 3 patients also MRI.Results:Among the 16 patients,12 were female and 4 were male.Patient age ranged from 11 years to 52 years with a mean of(29.3±12.0)years.Nine lesions were located in the mandible and 7 in the maxilla.The clinical manifestation was slowly growing painless mass of the jaw.Radiologically,the lesions frequently presented as bone expansion(16/16),well-defined margin(16/16),multilocular structure(14/16),ground-glass density(10/16),enhancement of septa and periphery(5/6),root resorption(9/16)and perforation(6/16).Part of the lesions also showed fluid-fluid level(3/16),scattered calcifications(3/16)and unerupted teeth(2/16).Conclusion:Ossifying fibroma with associated aneurismal bone cyst of the jaw has some characteristic chlinical and imaging features,more accurate diagnosis can be obtained by comprehensive analysis of the clinical and imaging data of the diseases.
【CateGory Index】: R445.2;R730.44;R739.82
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