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Biological Potential of Bone Lesions

After the lesion is classified according to its geographic location, it is further classified as to its biological activity based on the analysis of the radiographs and the presenting clinical features. Biological activity is typically classified as benign latent, benign active, benign aggressive, or malignant.

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