Bony Lesions Of The Jaw

BONY LESIONS OF THE JAWS:
Bony lesions of the jaws are classified into:

1) Radiolucent
A) Unilocular B) Multilocular

2) Radiopaque

1) Radiolucent
A) Unilocular Radiolucent Lesions
1) Periapical Abscess
2) Periapical Granuloma
3) Periapical Cyst
4) Periapical Scar
5) Surgical Defect

6) Osteomyelitis
7) Dentigerous Cyst
8) Early Stage Of Cementoma
9) Periodontal Abscess
10) Traumatic Bone Cyst
11) Unilocular Ameloblastoma
12) Aneurysmal Bone Cyst
13) Central Giant Cell Granuloma
14) Brown Tumor Of Hyperparathyroidism
15) Early Stage Of Odontoma
16) Submandibular Gland Depression
17) Incisive Canal Cyst
18) Mid Palatine Cyst
19) Median Mandibular Cyst
20) Malignant Tumor
21) Residual Cyst

B) Multilocular Radiolucent
1) Ameloblastoma
2) Central Giant Cell Granuloma
3) Giant Cell Lesion Of Hyperparathyroidism
4) Cherubim
5) Odontogenic Myxoma
6) Odontogenic Keratocyst
7) Aneurysmal Bone Cyst
8) Metastatic Tumor
9) Central Hemangioma
10) Calcifying Epithelial Odontogenic Tumor
11) Chondromalacia
12) Fibrous Dysplasia
13) Osteomyelitis
14) Adenomatoid Odontogenic Tumor
15) Paget’s Disease

2) Radiopaque Lesions
1) Condensing Osteitis Or Chronic Focal Sclerosing Osteomyelitis
2) Periapical Idiopathic Osteosclerosis
3) Periapical Cemento-Osseous Dysplasia
4) Foreign Bodies
5) Hypercementosis
6) Later Stage Of Cementoma
7) Later Stage Of Odontoma
8) Osteogenic Sarcoma
9) Advance Stage Of Paget’s Disease
10) Maxillary Or Mandibular Tori
11) Exostosis
12) Sialolith
13) Rhinolith
14) Antrolith
15) Phleboliths