EURORAD ESR

Case 818

Giant Cell Reparative Granuloma

Author(s)
V. Lens, D. Janssens, N. Calteux
 
Patient
female, 7 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    Examinations of the left superior maxillary bone
     

    Osteolytic lesion at the left superior maxillary bone protruding into the left maxillary sinus and buccal cavity. The lesion displaces the dental germs

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Examinations of the left superior maxillary bone;

    Mildly enhancing lesion of the superior maxillary bone with bubble-like appearance. Dense linear calcifications can be seen within this mass.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Examinations of the left superior maxillary bone;
     
     
  • Figure 2
    MRI studies
     

    Coronal T2 weighted image (left) and T1 weighted image (right) show a mass expanding into the left maxillary sinus with erosion of the lateral sinus wall and the maxillary bone.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: MRI studies;

    After Gadolinium enhancement, coronal (left) and axial (right) T1 weighted images show an encapsulated heterogeneously enhancing mass into the left maxillary sinus with erosion of the lateral sinus wall and the...

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: MRI studies;
     
     
Osteolytic lesion at the left superior maxillary bone protruding into the left maxillary sinus and buccal cavity. The lesion displaces the dental germs
 
Mildly enhancing lesion of the superior maxillary bone with bubble-like appearance. Dense linear calcifications can be seen within this mass.
 
Coronal T2 weighted image (left) and T1 weighted image (right) show a mass expanding into the left maxillary sinus with erosion of the lateral sinus wall and the maxillary bone.
 
After Gadolinium enhancement, coronal (left) and axial (right) T1 weighted images show an encapsulated heterogeneously enhancing mass into the left maxillary sinus with erosion of the lateral sinus wall and the maxillary bone.
 
 
 
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