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A localized mass of proliferating bone tissue within a bone. Radiographically it has a cotton wool appearance and can be distinguished from sclerosing osteitis in that it is separated from the tooth by a few millimetres of normal bone. The lesions are usually multiple.

Subjects: Dentistry.

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