Multiple cemento-ossifying fibroma: report of an 18-year follow-up.

Abstract

Multiple cemento-ossifying fibroma is a very rare jaw lesion. A unique case is reported involving a 43-year-old Korean woman with rapidly growing, multiple cemento-ossifying fibromas in all four quadrants over an 18-year period which resulted in severe facial deformity and orbital compression.

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@article{Hwang2001MultipleCF, title={Multiple cemento-ossifying fibroma: report of an 18-year follow-up.}, author={E H Hwang and H W Kim and K D Kim and S R Lee}, journal={Dento maxillo facial radiology}, year={2001}, volume={30 4}, pages={230-4} }