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Figure 8: (a-d) Submandibular approach exposing the expanded and bulbous right angle of mandible. Thin shell of overlying cortical bone, nibbled using rongeurs, exposing the soft spongy, vascular tumor mass, which was carefully excavated. (e-g) Vigorous curettage followed by trimming of bony edges and peripheral ostectomy of the base of the residual defect. (h and i) Chemical cauterization of the defect using Carnoy's solution. (j) Extirpated tumor mass. (k-n) Autologous platelet-rich fibrin prepared intraoperatively and place into the bony defect before closure of operated site

Figure 8: (a-d) Submandibular approach exposing the expanded and bulbous right angle of mandible. Thin shell of overlying cortical bone, nibbled using rongeurs, exposing the soft spongy, vascular tumor mass, which was carefully excavated. (e-g) Vigorous curettage followed by trimming of bony edges and peripheral ostectomy of the base of the residual defect. (h and i) Chemical cauterization of the defect using Carnoy's solution. (j) Extirpated tumor mass. (k-n) Autologous platelet-rich fibrin prepared intraoperatively and place into the bony defect before closure of operated site