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Minerva Stomatologica 2005 March;54(3):165-70

Copyright © 2005 EDIZIONI MINERVA MEDICA

language: English, Italian

Multiple and giant mandibular osteomas in a Gardner’s syndrome. Case report

Capodiferro S., Lacaita M. G., Scivetti M., Manco R., Testa N. F.


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Though rare, Gardner's syndrome is a systemic disease with frequent jawbones involvement. Dento-maxillo-facial lesions both in early and in advanced stages should be known by dentists and other specialists. In fact, these lesions should be sought in patients with intestinal polyposis, while they could be the first sign of Gardner's syndrome not yet diagnosed.

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