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A lingual mandibular bone concavity in the region of the left canine is described. The radiographic appearance of the concavity in this anterior location is an uncommon finding. Seven similar bone cavities with soft-tissue contents beneath the periosteum have been reported in the literature. Surgical exploration revealed this cavity to have no contents subperiosteally.
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