CEMENTIFYING FIBROMA PDF

E-mail: moc. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract The cemento-ossifying fibroma is classified as a fibro-osseous lesion of the jaws. It commonly presents as a progressively growing lesion that can attain an enormous size with resultant deformity if left untreated. A case of cemento-ossifying fibroma involving the left mandible is described in a 35 year old female patient.

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Moreover, confusion exists regarding its relationship to other similar entities with various definitions and debate as to whether it is of odontogenic or nonodontogenic osseous origin , although the WHO classification currently lists it as a "bone-related tumor" 7.

Occasionally, they are identified in children, in which case they are a more aggressive variant and are known as juvenile aggressive cemento-ossifying fibromas discussed separately 3,5. Teeth are often displaced by the growing mass.

Other locations within the head and neck have been described 1. However, in most cases both features are present, warranting the generic term cemento-ossifying fibromas 1. They are thought to arise from the periodontal ligament, accounting for the usual vicinity to teeth 3. Radiographic features Plain radiograph and CT Cemento-ossifying fibromas are usually well-circumscribed masses which expand the underlying bone.

They are usually small but can become large. This is particularly the case when they arise from the maxilla or paranasal sinuses because there is more room to expand They are initially lucent on x-ray with soft tissue attenuation on CT. They usually expand the bone without cortical breach 3. Following administration of contrast, the soft tissue component usually enhances on CT 1. MRI Although masses are composed of a mixture of calcified and non-calcified soft-tissue, as the later is predominantly fibrous, the whole mass is largely of low intensity on MRI 1.

Recurrence following complete excision is generally considered to be uncommon 1,6. Differential diagnosis The differential is essentially that of a lesion of the mandible or lesion of the maxilla depending on location and degree of mineralization. Some entities worth considering include

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Cemento-ossifying fibroma

Cemento-ossifying fibroma of the mandible A clinicopathological report Tapas K. E-mail: moc. Abstract Cemento-ossifying fibromas are rare fibro-osseous benign neoplasms that affect the jaws. They are included in the group of mesodermal odontogenic tumors and commonly present as a progressively growing lesion that might attain enormous size with resultant deformity, if left untreated. A confusion prevails on the terminology, which can only be confirmed by histopathologic evaluation.

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Cemento-ossifying fibroma of the mandible

Moreover, confusion exists regarding its relationship to other similar entities with various definitions and debate as to whether it is of odontogenic or nonodontogenic osseous origin , although the WHO classification currently lists it as a "bone-related tumor" 7. Occasionally, they are identified in children, in which case they are a more aggressive variant and are known as juvenile aggressive cemento-ossifying fibromas discussed separately 3,5. Teeth are often displaced by the growing mass. Other locations within the head and neck have been described 1. However, in most cases both features are present, warranting the generic term cemento-ossifying fibromas 1.

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Cementifying fibroma

It is very closely related to other fibro-osseous lesions like fibrous dysplasia, cemental periapical dysplasia and other calcifying odontogenic cysts and tumour. We report a case of this entity along with differentiating radiographic features that set it apart from other fibro-osseous lesions. Background Menzel in first described ossifying fibroma. Cementifying fibroma is designated as a benign form of fibro-osseous lesions with well circumscribed, slow growing and sharply defined margins with a radiolucent peripheral component.

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CEMENTIFYING FIBROMA PDF

Fenrilabar Please review our privacy policy. Occasionally, they are identified in children, in which case they are a more aggressive variant and are known as juvenile aggressive cemento-ossifying fibromas discussed separately 3,5. Cemento — ossifying fibroma is a benign fibro-osseous- tumor. Management of peripheral ossifying fibroma. Case presentation A year-old male patient figure 1 A reported to the outpatient department with a large swelling on the left side of upper back tooth region. Histopathology revealed microscopic diagnosis of cementifying fibroma and thus a final diagnosis of cementifying fibroma was given. Ameloblastoma occurs in the posterior part of the mandible, multilocular appearance and it may cause paraesthesia of lip.

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