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Epithelium Rich Type Central Odontogenic Fibroma in Maxilla: A Case Report and Review of Literature

Hanan G. Shanab, Nadia A. Enani

Oral Surgery, Oral Medicine, Oral Radiology. 2016, 4(1), 1-6 doi:10.12691/oral-4-1-1
  • Figure 1. (A) Extraoral examination of (bird’s view) showing the left zygomatic swelling and obliterated nasolabial fold and elevated left nostril. (B) Intraoral examination showing the swelling with buccal expansion
  • Figure 2. Ill defined mixed radio-opaque and radiolucent lesion in the upper left quadrant. Notice the impacted first premolar and divergent roots of the canine and second premolar
  • Figure 3. Intraoperative pictures (A), revealed 4x4 cm round, hard and well capsulated mass. (B), the impacted first premolar was exposed and removed following the removal of the mass
  • Figure 4. Five months post-op panoramic view. Notice the opacifications in the operated area indicates bone filling the area