Odontogenic keratocystic tumors (KCOT) are found over a wide range of age and are associated with syndromes when found in younger age and in multiple number. Only 5 % are non-syndromic cases. We are reporting a case of non-syndromic multiple KCOT in 58 year old patient.
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