Granular Ameloblastoma a Case Report
International Journal of Research and Reports in Dentistry,
Ameloblastoma usually presents as a painless, slow growing, locally aggressive swelling with expansion of the cortical bone, perforation of the cortical plates and infiltration of the soft tissues. It is a classic case of a true neoplasm of enamel organ tissue that lacks the potential to undergo differentiation. Granular cell ameloblastoma is a rare type of ameloblastoma being aggressive in nature with a marked propensity for recurrence and which can progress to metastasis.
This report discusses a case report of a 46 years old female patient diagnosed with granular cell ameloblastoma on the right side of mandible.
- jaw neoplasm
- mandibular disease
- odontogenic tumor
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