- Rare benign tumor that rarely affects the jaws.
- It can occur at any age, but more often in adolescents.
- Multilocular radiolucency (soap bubble or honeycomb appearance). Large lesions may have the sun ray appearance of an osteosarcoma.
- Root resoption of adjacent teeth is common. Developing teeth may be larger and erupt earlier.
- When the lesion involves the inferior dental canal, the canal can be enlarged.
- Aspiration of the lesion is an important diagnostic tool.