“Hybrid” lesion of the maxilla

Abstract

Juvenile ossifying fibroma is an uncommon benign but aggressive fibroosseous lesion that affects the craniofacial skeleton. Their distinct clinical and histopathological features warrant the lesion to be considered as a separate entity from other fibro-osseous group of lesions such as fibrous dysplasia and cemento ossifying fibroma. Concomitant development of secondary aneurysmal bone cyst may rarely occur, which makes the lesion more aggressive and difficult to treat. We report a case of a 6 year old girl who was diagnosed with aneurysmal bone cyst during her earlier presentation at a private hospital and was treated for the same. The lesion recurred within 6 months. The second incisional biopsy specimen revealed features of trabecular variant of juvenile ossifying fibroma along with areas of aneurysmal bone cyst.

DOI: 10.4103/0973-029X.86693

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@inproceedings{Sankaranarayanan2011HybridLO, title={“Hybrid” lesion of the maxilla}, author={Subha Sankaranarayanan and Shripriya Srinivas and Palanivelu Sivakumar and Reddy Sudhakar and Senthil Elangovan}, booktitle={Journal of oral and maxillofacial pathology : JOMFP}, year={2011} }