Unusual presentation of ossifying fibroma: a case report
Keywords:benign, maxilla, ossifying fibroma, unusual
Ossifying fibroma is a benign neoplasm which is characterised by replacement of normal bone by fibrous connective tissue and varying amounts of newly formed bone and/or cementum-like material. Despite of the large size of the lesion the occurrence of cortical breach in rare. We present a case of large ossifying fibroma of the maxilla with unusual clinical and radiological presentation in the form of cortical breach and its surgical management.
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