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Figure 3: Panoramic radiograph revealed a complete absence of normal trabeculae with the presence of a mixed radiolucent-radiopaque lesion in the mandible. It had poorly defined borders extending from 34 crossing the midline to 46 region. It showed unerupted 33 and 43 lying almost close to the inferior border of the mandible in the symphyseal and parasymphyseal region, respectively, and 23 in the maxilla. The lesion caused displacement of roots of 41 and 42 and resorption of roots of 31, 32, 41, and 42 with loss of lamina dura

Figure 3: Panoramic radiograph revealed a complete absence of normal trabeculae with the presence of a mixed radiolucent-radiopaque lesion in the mandible. It had poorly defined borders extending from 34 crossing the midline to 46 region. It showed unerupted 33 and 43 lying almost close to the inferior border of the mandible in the symphyseal and parasymphyseal region, respectively, and 23 in the maxilla. The lesion caused displacement of roots of 41 and 42 and resorption of roots of 31, 32, 41, and 42 with loss of lamina dura