This is the most common odontogenic tumour. It is benign but locally aggressive. It cannot be differentiated from a dentigerous cyst or odontogenic keratocyst with imaging.
• Large, multilocular, expansile lucent lesion in the posterior mandible.
• ‘Honeycomb/soap bubble’ appearance.
• Typically involves the lower premolars and molars.
• Contains a soft tissue element that enhances
• Cyst wall also enhances
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