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cementoma

 [se″men-to´mah]
a mass of cementum lying free at the apex of a tooth, probably a reaction to injury.
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ce·men·to·ma

(sē-men-tō'mă),
Nonspecific term referring to any benign cementum-producing tumor; four types are recognized: periapical cemental dysplasia, central ossifying fibroma, cementoblastoma, and sclerotic cemental mass. When the type is not specified, cementoma usually refers to periapical cemental dysplasia.
[L. cementum, cement, + G. -ōma, tumor]
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ce·men·to·ma

(sē'mĕn-tō'mă)
Any benign cementum-producing tumor; four types are recognized: 1) periapical cemental dysplasia, 2) central ossifying fibroma, 3) cementoblastoma, and 4) sclerotic cemental mass; when type not specified, usually refers to periapical cemental dysplasia.
[L. cementum, cement, + G. -ōma, tumor]
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012

ce·men·to·ma

(sē'mĕn-tō'mă)
Nonspecific term referring to any benign cementum-producing tumor; four types are recognized: periapical cemental dysplasia, central ossifying fibroma, cementoblastoma, and sclerotic cemental mass. When the type is not specified, cementoma usually refers to periapical cemental dysplasia
[L. cementum, cement, + G. -ōma, tumor]
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The 2005 WHO classification divides these bone-related lesions into periapical, focal, florid cemento-osseous dysplasias and familial gigantiform cementomas. (3) These appear as single or multifocal, well-defined, cement-like sclerotic lesions in a periapical location with surrounding lucent halo (Figure 10).
Benign processes include nasal polyps, mucoceles, meningoencephaloceles, chrondromas, osteomas, ossifying fibromas, and cementomas. Vascular anomalies, including an internal carotid artery aneurysm, should also be considered, especially in the sphenoid sinus.
(3) Benign neoplasms include nasal polyps, osteomas and chondromas, schwannomas and neurofibromas, ossifying fibromas and cementomas, and odontogenic tumors.