Asaumi et al. [14]

Zhang et al. [15]

Type I: Osteolytic expansile lesions with mild enhancement of the solid portion of the mass in the myxoma of the mandible

Type I: unilocular

Type II: Bony expansion and thinning of cortical plates with strong enhancement of the mass lesion in the anterior maxilla

Type II: multilocular (including honeycomb, soap bubble, and tennis racquet patterns)

Type III: A soft tissue mass with bone destruction and thinning, and strands of fine lace-like density representing ossifications in the maxillary sinus. Borders can also range from well-defined corticated borders to diffuse borders, with the majority being well-defined borders

Type III: involvement of local alveolar bone

Type IV: involvement of the maxillary sinus

Type V: osteolytic destruction

Type VI: a mix of osteolytic destruction and osteogenesis