M A Hsissen

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Fibrous dysplasia is a benign bone tumor. The cranio-facial localization concern 20% of fibrous dysplasia. A congenital etiology is evoked by all the authors. Our observations ask for the real etiology of this affection: Congenital? Familial? The diagnosis is done by anatomo-pathology, and surgery is the treatment for severe cases. Relapses are frequent.
The authors report their experience concerning the diagnostic and therapeutic approach of 38 cases of cysts and odontogenous bening tumors of maxillaries. They underline of following: the frequency of this pathology in young male adults (58%); the importance of standard radiology which permits a diagnostic approach in 20 cases (52.6%); the necessity of(More)
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