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|Title:||Cementifying fibroma of the maxillary antrum.|
|Authors:||Santos, L D|
|Affiliation:||Department of Pathology, Royal Darwin Hospital, Casurina, Northern Territory..|
|Citation:||Pathology 1994-10; 26(4): 499-500|
|Abstract:||A 26 yr old Caucasian, previously healthy, noticed a painless swelling of the left palate of 2 mths duration. On examination, a left maxillary swelling was noted with extension into the cheek. The mass was compressible. The CT scan revealed a large expansive tumor. Histological diagnosis of the enucleated lesion was cementifying fibroma. We describe a case of cementifying fibroma of the maxilla, an unusual location for this tumor.|
Maxillary Sinus Neoplasms
|Appears in Collections:||NT Health digital library|
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