Central giant cell granuloma: An uncommon presentation
This case report published in the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Cases reviews presentation and currently used therapies for Central Giant Cell Granuloma (CGCG) while describing a uncommon case of central giant cell granuloma occurring in a 45 year old female who presented with a swelling in relation to the left edentulous mandible.

Surgical curettage of the lesion along with reconstruction and local delivery of steroid in the cavity was done allowing for the best esthetic and functional result with no recurrence during follow up.

Case Highlights:
• Central giant Cell Granuloma is a benign, proliferative, intraosseous and non-odontogenic lesion of unknown etiology.

• Females have higher incidence with lesions occurring predominantly during the first 3 decades of life.

• This report describes a rare presentation occurring in a 45yr old female with an edentulous mandible.

• Various differential diagnoses were considered due to the unusual age, posing both a diagnostic and surgical challenge.

• A treatment consisting of surgical curettage with reconstruction and local delivery of steroid was done.

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