Journal of Oral Medicine and Pain

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Fig. 2. The osteolytic lesion is localized in the posterior of left mandible located at or below the inferior alveolar canal with the symptoms of pus discharge and mild pain with palpation on #35 to #37 buccal gingiva, and hypoesthesia on left lower lip and chin and aching bone pain in the left mandible area. A sagittal computed tomography view showing extensive bone destruction in the posterior of the mandible near the inferior alveolar canal. It scored stage 2 of medication-related osteonecrosis of the jaw and required antibiotic medication and sequestrectomy treatment. For symptom relief of hypoesthesia on the left lower lip and aching bone pain in the left mandible area, symptomatic treatment is also required.
J Oral Med Pain 2022;47:1-9
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