CENTRAL GIANT CELL GRANULOMA
Farheen Jahan*, Rashmi Sapkal and Aqsa Tamboli
Central giant cell granuloma is an uncommon, benign, and proliferative lesion whose etiology is not defined. It is considered widely to be a non-neoplastic lesion. Although formerly designated as giant cell reparative granuloma these lesions were found to be destructive rather than reparative, the word “reparative” was omitted from the term and the terminology is central giant cell granuloma. Presenting a case report of a male patient of aged 27 years having chief complaint of swelling since 1 year and pain since 4 to 6 months present at the lower left back region of the jaw. Correlating all clinical features and all investigation we finally diagnosed this case as central giant cell granuloma.
Keywords: central giant cell granuloma, aggressive lesion, non-aggressive lesion.
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