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Odontogenic fibroma — a case report

  • Rafał Koszowski EMAIL logo , Joanna Śmieszek-Wilczewska and Katarzyna Stęplewska
From the journal Open Medicine

Abstract

IThe present study outlines the case of a 30-year-old patient with central odontogenic fibroma. The tumour developed in the alveolar process of the maxilla in the area of 13–15. The study describes the clinical symptoms, the radiological image, treatment method and histopathological image of the tumour. The study also presents a one-year period of post-surgical observation.

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Published Online: 2014-2-13
Published in Print: 2014-4-1

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