An interesting example of a vascular malformation of the mandible has been presented. Early diagnosis made conservative treatment possible. Although the lesion was small, a considerable amount of hemorrhage was encountered during surgery. Adequate treatment was provided with ligation of external carotid arteries bilaterally in conjunction with curettage and packing. After an eight-year follow up, there has been no clinical or radiographic evidence of recurrence.
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- Oral Surgery