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Figure 1: (a) Intraoral approach, mucuoperiosteal flap reflection and enucleation. (b) Enucleation of the keratocystic odontogenic tumor. (c) The inferior alveolar bundle (arrow) exposed and protected to be isolated during peripheral ostectomy and the application of Carnoy's solution. (d) Carnoy's solution. (e) Application of the Carnoy's solution in the bony defect after peripheral ostectomy. (f) When the 3 min of the application is elapsed, immediately before gauze removal, showing the change in the color of the gauze due to cauterization and fixation action of the solution. (g) Before wound closure. (h) Iodoform packing then suturing

Figure 1: (a) Intraoral approach, mucuoperiosteal flap reflection and enucleation. (b) Enucleation of the keratocystic odontogenic tumor. (c) The inferior alveolar bundle (arrow) exposed and protected to be isolated during peripheral ostectomy and the application of Carnoy's solution. (d) Carnoy's solution. (e) Application of the Carnoy's solution in the bony defect after peripheral ostectomy. (f) When the 3 min of the application is elapsed, immediately before gauze removal, showing the change in the color of the gauze due to cauterization and fixation action of the solution. (g) Before wound closure. (h) Iodoform packing then suturing