sclerotic cemental mass

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scle·rot·ic ce·ment·al mass

benign fibroosseous jaw lesions of unknown etiology, occurring predominantly in middle-aged black women; lesions present as large painless radiopaque masses usually involving several quadrants of the jaw.

scle·rot·ic ce·ment·al mass

(sklĕr-otik sĕ-mentăl mas)
Benign fibroosseous jaw lesions of unknown etiology, which present as large painless radiopaque masses.

scle·rot·ic ce·ment·al mass

(skler-otik sĕ-mentăl mas)
Benign fibroosseous jaw lesions of unknown etiology, occurring predominantly in middle-aged black women; lesions present as large painless radiopaque masses usually involving several quadrants of the jaw.