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The background cellular neoplasm looks more like a cellular fibroma than anything else but in my admittedly still somewhat limited experience, they look slightly different.
Chondroblastoma and chondromyxoid fibroma. J Am Acad Orthop Surg 2013; 21: 225-33.
Cardiac fibromas can be also called as Fibroelastic hamartoma or Fibrous hamartoma.
Enchondromas and non-ossifying fibromas, which are commonly diagnosed with only radiographs, are benign lesions.
The differential diagnosis includes a wide range of lesion from benign lesions (fibrous dysplasia, bone cysts ossifying fibroma, and eosinophilic granuloma) to malignant lesions (osteosarcoma).
Goldblum, "Fibroma of tendon sheath," in Enzinger and Weiss's Soft Tissue Tumors, S.
Final histologic analysis indicated a diagnosis of ossifying fibroma (fibrous connective tissue with islands of calcifications similar to bone and cementum) (Figure 5).
2 Histopathologically, lesions are composed of loose fibrous connective tissue stroma having stellate-shaped fibroblasts with areas of myxoid degeneration resembling dental papilla covered by peripheral columnar epithelium which itself resembles inner enamel epithelium (covering of columnar epithelium is absent in odontogenic myxomas and odontogenic fibromas).
Ameloblastic fibroma is a rare, mixed odontogenic tumor composed of dental papilla-like odontogenic ectomesenchyme and odontogenic epithelium.
[6] It is interesting to note that the fibroma, a true neoplasm of connective tissue origin, is microscopically similar to the condition known as inflammatory hyperplasia, an increased bulk of connective tissue which forms as part of an inflammatory reaction.
Tumors of bones of jaw include odontogenic tumors, osteoma, fibroma, fibrosarcoma and myxomatous tumors.