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Test Razonado E Ilustrado de Medicina Bucal. E-book. Front Cover. MAD- Eduforma E-book. Publisher, MAD-Eduforma. ISBN, , Suelo de la boca. Paladar. Encía. Maxilares desdentados. Huesos maxilares. Quistes epiteliales maxilares. Tumores odontogénicos. Glándulas salivales. RESEÑA: Revisión histórica y bibliográfica de los tumores odontogénicos. Clasificación de los tumores odontogénicos. Descripción clínica de los tumores.
Their mean age was The tumor was located in the mandible in all the patients. Two cases involved only the body of the mandible; one, the body and angle; and two, the body, angle and ramus. The commonest symptoms presented were complaints of increased mandibular volume, i. Additional symptoms that were present in only two patients are: limitation of movement and formation of a fistula into the oral cavity with discharge of purulent and bloody content.
The time that had elapsed from the beginning of the symptoms to the consultation at HC-UFG ranged from one to eight years, for five patients who had not had any previous treatment. There was one specific case in which the symptoms started 24 years before the consultation in this hospital, but this was a differentiated case because the patient had already gone through two non-radical treatments curettage , with tumor recurrence.
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What Cholesterol Levels Mean. Correlating the clinical, histopathological and radiological findings, a concluding identification of ossifying fibroma was given. Treatment done was complete resection i. Keywords: ossifying fibroma, fibro-osseus lesion, maxillectomy Introduction Ossifying fibroma is a benign bone tumor, considered to be a type of fibro-osseous lesion.
Its origin is supposed to be from periodontal membrane. The inner structure shows mixed radiolucent—radiopaque appearance, with an outline that depends on the form and quantity of the calcified material that is present.
Mineralized masses of tissue conforming to osteoid material or cementum can also be seen inside fibrous stroma along with dystrophic calcification. For confirmatory diagnosis histopathological assessment is required. A relationship between clinical, imaging and histopathological features is the means for the beginning of precise diagnosis.
It is important to make an early diagnosis, utilize the suitable treatment and follow- up the patient over a long term. The tumour was treated by excision through marginal resection, in association with reconstruction and prosthetic rehabilitation. Case report A 22year old male patient reported in the Mid-City Hospital with a chief complaint of swelling in the upper anterior maxilla. The patient was conscious of the swelling since 5years.
The patient had no significant past medical or surgical history and all vital signs were normal.
History of loss of sensation was noted and no history of pus discharge. Because of huge size lesion, patients were suffering from paraesthesia of infra-orbital nerve, difficulty in chewing, speaking and swallowing. Marked alveolar asymmetry with a gross displacement of maxillary teeth was noted.
However, the associated teeth were firm, non- mobile and without any associated root resorption. The overlying mucosa was intact and normal in appearance.
No evidence of lingual cortical plate expansion or perforation was noted. There were no palpable lymph nodes and infra- orbital nerves were bilaterally intact.
Based on the clinical findings and history, a differential diagnosis of calcifying epithelial odontogenic tumor, osteoblastoma, ossifying fibroma and cementoblastoma were given. Radiographic assessment with OPG and CT scan of maxilla showed a mixed radio-opaque and radiolucent lesion with disperse foci of calcifications throughout the lesion Figure 2.
On CT scan a hyperdense mass involving both maxilla and extending posteriorly up to the pterygoid plates was observed with complete destruction of normal anatomy. The patient underwent through an incisional biopsy of the lesion for histological examination.