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Ossifying Fibroma of the Anteriormaxilla: A Case Report
Willy Bernadi, Agus Nurwiadh, Asri Arumsari, Kiki Ahmad R
Abstract: Ossifying fibroma is a benign tumor of connective tissue that resembles bone tissue, cementum or both that undergo a mineralization process with clear boundaries and usually no capsule. This tumor are generally found at mandible, only 7 % appears at maxilla and it may develop asymmetrical face appearance. Surgical management are enucleation, marginal or partial resection, or composite resection. This article reported a management of unusual occurrence of ossifying fibroma at the anterior of maxilla. A 20 years old male patient came with complaint of a gradual growth on his palate since 1 year before admission. Histopathology examination showed a calcifying fibroma. The patient treated with partial resection and placement of surgical obturator. 5 months follow up revealed no recurrence. Aggressive treatment of ossifying fibroma found to be effective but recurrence is unpredictable, therefore follow-up observation should be done over a long period of time.
Keywords: Maxilla, ossifying fibroma, partial resection
Country: Indonesia, Subject Area: Dental Science
Pages: 409 - 412
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 1, January 2019
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Willy Bernadi, Agus Nurwiadh, Asri Arumsari, Kiki Ahmad R, "Ossifying Fibroma of the Anteriormaxilla: A Case Report", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/archive/v8i1/ART20194181.pdf, Volume 8 Issue 1, January 2019, 409 - 412
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