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Odontogenic keratocyst related to a Gorlin syndrome: a case report

, : Odontogenic keratocyst related to a Gorlin syndrome: a case report. Archives de Pediatrie 15(4): 406-409

We are reporting here, the case of a 9 years old boy with Gorlin syndrome diagnosis. Current knowledge on this syndrome is reviewed.


PMID: 18325751

DOI: 10.1016/j.arcped.2008.01.009

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