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A 22-year-old male patient was referred to the department of endodontics from the department of general surgery for a dental opinion. His chief complaint was intermittent pus discharge from an opening located on the right upper cheek area of size 11×13 mm since the past 1 month (figure 1). The patient had undergone multiple excisional surgeries for the same reason. Hence, cone beam CT (CBCT) with contrast was …
Acknowledgement The authors acknowledge Dr Vinod Bhandari and Dr Manjushree Bhandari, Chairperson, SAIMS for their guidance of the manuscript.
Contributors PMP: clinical case, literature search, figures. PJ: literature search, writing. MJP: writing, literature search, figures.
Competing interests None declared.
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