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Medicaltalks about 3 years ago
Cavitation in the lower jaw!!
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Cavitation in the lower jaw!!

Is there any doubt that theres a hole in this lady's lower jaw? At this point, only the gum tissue was lowered down; no bone was removed. This lady had constant lower jaw pain, pressure and a sour taste in her mouth. This bone lesion went clear through her jaw into her oral cavity. She was diagnosed with a huge mandibular cystic lesion, which was treated with surgical cystectomy, resection of the involved bone, enucleation and decompression. Among these methods, enucleation after decompression is a conservative technique that decreases the size of the cystic cavity and reduces the risk of intra-bony defects, which could be induced by primary enucleation. Her surgery was difficult and she had minor nerve damage for a few weeks. But today, more than four years after the surgery, sheรขย€ย™s pain-free and no longer has a sour taste in her mouth.

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about 3 years ago

These conditions make me remember to thank God a lot more ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ

about 3 years ago


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