Other clinical entities such as ameloblastic fibroma, odontogenic myxoma, intraosseous mucoepidermoid carcinoma and central odontogenic fibroma
must be considered although they occur less frequently (20).
Concurrent central odontogenic fibroma
(WHO Type) and traumatic bone cyst: report of a rare case.
2) Central odontogenic fibroma (CODF) is an extremely rare benign tumor accounting for only 0.
The above histological features along with clinical and radiographic findings were suggestive of simple type of central odontogenic fibroma.
The central odontogenic fibroma (CODF) remains incompletely understood.
Central odontogenic fibroma has been classically divided into two histological varients namely the Simpe type and the WHO type.
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.
Nine cases (12%) had no information concerning radiographic characteristics: seven were odontoma (78%), one case was myxoma (11%), and one case was central odontogenic fibroma (COF, 11%).
Diagnoses n % Keratocystic odontogenic tumor 40 51 Ameloblastoma 18 23 Odontoma 13 17 Odontogenic myxoma 2 3 Calcifying cystic odontogenic tumor 2 3 Cementoblastoma 1 1 Central odontogenic fibroma 1 1 Calcifying epithelial odontogenic tumor 1 1 Total 78 100 Table 2--Cases diagnosed distributed by gender.
9) The term Peripheral Ossifying Fibroma is usually confused with Peripheral Odontogenic Fibroma, which is the rare peripheral counterpart of central odontogenic fibroma