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Figure 2: Panoramic radiographs of patient's younger brother (sibling II-3) at age 4 (a) and 6 years (b) showing stable, expansile, multilocular radiolucent lesions bilaterally. Note the anterior displacement of the second molars, which is characteristic for cherubism

Figure 2: Panoramic radiographs of patient's younger brother (sibling II-3) at age 4 (a) and 6 years (b) showing stable, expansile, multilocular radiolucent lesions bilaterally. Note the anterior displacement of the second molars, which is characteristic for cherubism