Juvenile ossifying fibroma. An analysis of eight cases and a comparison with other fibro-osseous lesions.


Juvenile ossifying fibroma (JOF) is a well-defined clinical and histological entity that has recently been separated from other fibro-osseous lesions, including cemento-ossifying fibromas. Its biological behaviour is well defined, but unexplained. Its behaviour, clinical and histological appearance, however, bears resemblance to osteofibrous dysplasia of… (More)


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