Clinical and Radiographic Findings

The panoramic radiograph demonstrates a large, well-defined and corticated unilocular radiolucent lesion occupying a significant portion of the right posterior mandible and involving part of the right ramus but sparing the condylar and coronoid processes. The lesion was expansile, leading to facial asymmetry.

Figure 1 Cone Beam CT view at first presentation demonstrating large unilocular and expansile radiolucency with some generalized fine radiopacity involving most of the right posterior mandible and part of the ramus sparing the condyle and the coronoid processes.