I was diagnosed with FB a year ago. It runs from the temporal bone to...

The maxilla bone is part of the upper jaw and also partly surrounds the maxillary sinus. Therefore the fibrous dysplasia in your maxilla could lie adjacent to the maxillary sinus.

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