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Lesão central de células gigantes agressiva: relato de caso e revisão dos aspectos atuais

Aggressive central giant cell granuloma: a case report and review of the current aspects

Matos, Felipe Rodrigues de; Benevenuto, Thais Gomes; Medeiros, Ana Míriam Costa de; Silveira, Éricka Janine Dantas da; Freitas, Roseana Almeida

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Abstract

A lesão central de células gigantes (LCCG) é considerada uma lesão rara de natureza proliferativa, de etiologia e patogenia desconhecidas. Ocorre mais em região de mandíbula e no gênero feminino. Este artigo relata um caso de LCCG em uma paciente do gênero feminino, 30 anos, melanoderma, e aborda aspectos atuais desta lesão, no tocante ao comportamento clínico, etiopatogenia e tratamento.

Keywords

Lesão de células gigantes, mandíbula, central

Resumo

The central giant cell granuloma (CGCG) is regarded as a rare proliferative lesion of unknown etiology and pathogenesis. It occurs frequently in the jaw region and in females. This article reports a case of CGCG in a female patient, 30 years-old, black and addresses current aspects of this lesion with regard to clinical behavior, pathogenesis and treatment.

Palavras-chave

Central giant cell granuloma, mandible, central

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