Juvenile aggressive psammomatoid ossifying
fibroma: an interesting, challenging, and unusual case report and review of the literature.
fibroma is a disfiguring benign tumor of the jaw that affects young animals of several species (ROGERS & GOULD, 1998).
Histopathologically, the differential diagnoses include sclerosing epithelioid fibrosarcoma, calcifying fibrous pseudotumor of digits, malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumor, synovial sarcoma, ossifying
hematoma, and an ossifying
fibromas, these lesions also show temporal evolution in appearance from early lucent lesions to progressive increase in density.
The cells will be arranged in a circular shape around irregular mineralization foci and the calcified areas resemble cementum-like and bone-like ossifying
The histomorphologic spectrum of peripheral ossifying
Radiotherapy of a recurrent ossifying
fibroma in the paranasal sinuses of a horse.
Surgery of ossifying
fibroma of the sinuses (in Chinese).
A variant of ossifying
fibroma (OF) was first described as a cemento-ossifying
fibroma by Menzel in 1872; in 1927, Montgomery first used the term ossifying
tumor of infantile kidney: Report of two cases.
13) Cemento ossifying
fibroma is Included in the third category of non-odontogenic tumors since the 1992 World Health Organization classification.
3) These features seen in osteoma are challenging to differentiate from other diseases of bone, including ossifying
fibroma, fibrous dysplasia, and metaplastic ossification.