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MARTINEZ-IRIAS, MR; LLAGUNO RUBIO, JM  e  ARRIOLA-GUILLEN, LE. Florid bone dysplasia: imaging signs reported in dental articles published between 2012 and 2021. Av Odontoestomatol [online]. 2023, vol.39, n.6, pp.266-271.  Epub 18-Mar-2024. ISSN 2340-3152.


Identify the characteristic imaging signs of florid bone dysplasia reported in articles published in dental journals indexed in the main source of health information (Medline) between 2012 and 2021.

Materials and methods:

An observational, cross-sectional and retrospective study was carried out evaluating the main dental journals found in publications between the years 2012 and 2021 through the electronic search in the Medline database via PubMed. Using the terms (cemento-osseus dysplasia) AND (radiology), we then proceeded to refine the sample following the stipulated selection criteria.


A total of 7 articles that met the selection criteria were evaluated, where information from 363 cases of florid bone dysplasia was collected. Finding this lesion on average at 51.88 years according to age, with a predominance in the female sex, on average 49.51 compared to 2.34 for the male. Depending on the location of the lesion, the articles show that it is more frequent in the mandible with an average of 28 cases, followed by both maxillae with 23.29 cases and very rare in the maxilla with 0.57 cases. Imagingly, the articles describe radiolucent or hypodense lesions in an average of 2.29 cases, mixed 36.57 cases, and radiopaque or hyperdense lesions in an average of 20.29 cases.


According to what has been described in the literature, florid bone dysplasia tends to occur more frequently in adult women, starting in the fifth decade of life, decreasing its incidence from the sixth decade onwards. Its most frequent location is in the mandible, secondly, in both jaws and very rarely only in the maxilla. Imaging, they present with a higher incidence with a mixed pattern.

Palavras-chave : Radiology; bone dysplasia; dental.

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