central odontogenic fibroma


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central odontogenic fibroma

a rare, benign tumor of the maxilla or mandible composed of odontogenic epithelium embedded in stroma.
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MAJ John Batson and former MAJ Frank Strickland provided a case report about an 18 year-old-patient who presented with central odontogenic fibroma, an extremely rare type of tumor, in his left mandible.
Central odontogenic fibroma (COF) is an extremely rare (approximately 50 examples in literature, representing approximately 0.
This report concerns a of a case of central odontogenic fibroma found in a young, male, posterior left mandible.
The lesion was determined to be a simple type central odontogenic fibroma.
Central odontogenic fibroma of the mandible: a case report.
Locally aggressive central odontogenic fibroma associated to an inflammatory cyst: a clinical, histological and immunohistochemical study.
Central odontogenic fibroma with features of central granular cell odontogenic tumor.
Hybrid central odontogenic fibroma with giant cell granuloma-like component: case report and review.

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