Cherub (photograph)

Case contributed by Dr Alexandra Stanislavsky

Image courtesy of Roland zh. Please see case description page for licence and original file information.

Case Discussion

The term cherubism implies cherub-like facies in patients with this condition.

 

Author: Roland zh

Original file: Wikimedia commons here

Modifications: square crop

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