In Breakthrough Clinical’s pathology case No. 10, healthy 11- and 14-year-old males present to the office for new-patient exams. Clinically, it was noted that the eruption patterns were not as they would typically be, primarily for the 2nd molars in the 14-year-old. A panoramic radiograph was taken, which revealed large radiopacities around the 2nd molars on the right side . . .