myofibroma


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myofibroma

 [mi″o-fi-bro´mah]
myoma combined with fibroma.

my·o·fi·bro·ma

(mī'ō-fī-brō'mă),
A benign neoplasm that consists chiefly of fibrous connective tissue, with variable numbers of muscle cells forming portions of the neoplasm.

myofibroma

/myo·fi·bro·ma/ (-fi-bro´mah) leiomyoma.

myofibroma

Leiomyoma, see there.

my·o·fi·bro·ma

(mī'ō-fī-brō'mă)
A benign neoplasm that consists chiefly of fibrous connective tissue, with variable numbers of muscle cells forming portions of the neoplasm.

myofibroma

a myoma combined with a fibroma.
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To our knowledge, this is the first report of a solitary myofibroma of the oropharynx in an adult causing airway distress and requiring a tracheostomy.
Histopathology revealed the lesion to be a myofibroma (figure 2).
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6,9) Lesions that arise from the floor of the mouth--such as dermoid and epidermoid cysts, salivary gland tumors, fibromas, myofibromas, neurofibromas, ranulas, hemangiopericytomas, and desmoid tumors--should all be considered in the differential diagnosis.
Incisional biopsy revealed that the lesion was a myofibroma.
The prognosis is good for patients with a solitary myofibroma or multicentric myofibromatosis without visceral involvement because these lesions often regress spontaneously.
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