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Fig. 2

From: Craniofacial fibrous dysplasia associated with McCune-Albright syndrome: challenges in diagnosis and treatment: case reports

Fig. 2

a Radiograph of the chest (PA view) of case 1 showing bending of the spine to the right (scoliosis). (see arrows) b: A CT-scan (axial cut) of case 1 displaying a mixed density lesion with areas of ground glass appearance (which was deep peripherally and light centrally) that involves the maxilla, palate and zygoma. The anteromedial wall of the right maxillary sinus is compressed laterally reducing the size of the maxillary sinus. The vomer is displaced laterally to the left, and the right nostril is completely obliterated

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