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A case of a patient with a palatal ulcer who was in a diabetic ketoacidotic coma is described. This ulcer proved to be the presenting sign of rhinocerebral mucormycosis. The patient had hemifacial swelling, ocular signs, and gross tissue destruction and died less than 4 weeks after she was first seen.
A rare case of unicystic ameloblastoma is reported, which clinically mimicked a 'globulo-maxillary' cyst. The cyst wall was lined by stratified squamous epithelium with scattered mucous cells. In one area a nodule of ameloblastic proliferation was present. The lesion was removed conservatively and there were no signs of recurrence after a 2-year follow-up(More)
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