gigantiform cementoma

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gi·gan·ti·form ce·men·to·ma

the familial occurrence of cemental masses in the jaws; inherited as an autosomal dominant characteristic.
See also: sclerotic cemental mass.

gi·gan·ti·form ce·men·to·ma

(jī-ganti-fōrm sēmen-tōmă)
Familial occurrence of cemental masses in the jaws.
See also: sclerotic cemental mass

gigantiform cementoma

(jī″gan′tĭ-form″ sē″men″tō′mă) (′măt-ă) plural.cementomasplural.cementomata [ cementum + -oma]
A benign fibrous connective tissue growth containing small masses of cementum, usually found in the periodontal ligament near the apex of the tooth.

gi·gan·ti·form ce·men·to·ma

(jī-ganti-fōrm sēmen-tōmă)
Familial occurrence of cemental masses in the jaws.
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The 2005 WHO classification divides these bone-related lesions into periapical, focal, florid cemento-osseous dysplasias and familial gigantiform cementomas.
Benign processes include nasal polyps, mucoceles, meningoencephaloceles, chrondromas, osteomas, ossifying fibromas, and cementomas.
Las pruebas de vitalidad pulpar nos ofrecen la posibilidad, por un lado, de diferenciar los quistes radiculares de otras patologias periapicales no endodonticas, como cementomas, quistes globulomaxilares, donde la vitalidad de la pulpa esta conservada; y, por otro lado, diferenciar que dientes estan afectados por la patologia quistica y cuales no.
3) Benign neoplasms include nasal polyps, osteomas and chondromas, schwannomas and neurofibromas, ossifying fibromas and cementomas, and odontogenic tumors.