Maxillo-facial radiology case 110

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This eight-year-old child presented at the faculty with the main complaint of a swelling that has been increasing in size over the last nine months. He also mentioned that his lower right first molar tooth has not erupted. Clinical examination reveals a bony hard swelling of the lower right ramus. The primary molars on the same side show extensive caries. What are the most important radiological features and what is your provisional diagnosis?