Gardner syndrome

Case contributed by Dalia Ibrahim


History withheld.

Patient Data

Age: 25 years
Gender: Male

Multiple variably sized osteomas are arising from the frontal and pareital bones (more numerous on the right) and the facial bones, namely the maxillae and zygomata, the orbital roofs (larger on the left) and the mandible. The largest osteomas are arising from the mandible. Multiple osteomas are seen within ethmoidal air cells (more numerous on the left).

Multiple maxillary and mandibular supernumerary teeth are noted.

Annotated image

Multiple osteomas of the mandible, facial and skull bones.

Case Discussion

The patient has a history of Gardner syndrome, showing multiple osteomas especially of the mandible, facial and skull bones. Multiple supernumerary teeth are also evident.

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