Eight cases of cementifying fibromas of the Jaws
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The age of the patients were distributed between 13 and 71 years with the average being 42.1.
All of tumors occured in the mandible, in 5 patients in the premolar-molar region and in 3 patients in the middle mandibular region.
The tumor has no characteristic roentgenographic features, but the roentgenographic appearance can be classifyied into 3 types, cystic, foggy, and mottled.
The features of aggressive ossifying-cementifying fibroma are aggresive and locally invasive growth, but there were no patients in this study showing such roentgenographic findings.
Key WordsCementifying fibroma ossifying fibroma cementoma
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