central giant cell granuloma(redirected from central reparative giant cell granuloma)
central giant cell granulomaAn osteodestructive lesion of uncertain pathogenesis, which most commonly occurs in the young female mandible, and is more lytic than peripheral giant cell granuloma.
Radiolucent destructive lesion with faint trabeculation and loculation.
Giant cell bone tumour, PTH-induced “brown” tumour (hyperparathyroidism).
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