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  • Juvenile ossifying fibroma in a Nigerian boy: a rare case report. [Case Reports]
    AME Case Rep 2019; 3:20Animasahun BA, Kayode-Awe G, Kusimo OY
  • Cases of jaw masses abound in our environment which is a tropical one, with Burkitt lymphoma being the commonest aetiology. However rarer causes like juvenile aggressive ossifying fibroma should also be considered. It is a locally aggressive tumor with high recurrent potentials occurring in children and adolescent. Here we present the clinical features, physical findings and challenges in diagnos…
  • [Odontogenic tumors and odontogenic cysts: a clinical and pathological analysis of 4 181 cases]. [Journal Article]
    Zhonghua Kou Qiang Yi Xue Za Zhi 2019; 54(8):546-552Su YK, Wang J, … Zhang ZB
  • CONCLUSIONS: There was no gender preference for odontogenic tumors in Jilin Province area in the 57 years. The majority tumors occurred in the radicular. The most common pathological type was ameloblastoma. As for odontogenic cysts, males showed a higher incidence and the majority cysts occurred in the maxilla. The most common pathological type was radicular cysts.
  • Surgical treatment of cardiac fibroma in a child with left ventricular noncompaction. [Case Reports]
    J Card Surg 2019Sakurai Y, Kunii Y, … Koide M
  • Surgical treatment of cardiac fibroma is rare in patients with left ventricular noncompaction (LVNC). Although several case reports regarding cardiac fibroma have been published, resection in a patient with LVNC has not been described. Here, we describe the surgical treatment of left ventricular fibroma in a child with LVNC. We resected a cardiac fibroma in a 10-year-old boy with LVNC to control …
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