Unilateral Mandibular Hyperostosis in a Cat

December 2011
Journal of Veterinary Dentistry;Winter2011, Vol. 28 Issue 4, p250
Academic Journal
Case Study
The article presents a case study of a 9-year-old male cat having unilateral enlargement of caudal left mandible. An intraoral incisional biopsy of the left mandibular first molar tooth revealed bony proliferation with no signs of neoplasia. Oral investigation showed thickened left caudal mandible which was sensitive on palpation enlarged the mandibular lymph nodes.


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