Unusual myxomatous odontogenic tumour with calcification.

Abstract

A jaw tumour in a child presented diagnostic difficulties because of the presence of myxomatous elements and actively forming cementum-like calcified material. The 5-year follow-up suggests that this was an unusual benign odontogenic tumour.

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@article{Rennie1985UnusualMO, title={Unusual myxomatous odontogenic tumour with calcification.}, author={James S. Rennie and Dr. A. G. Macdonald and H A Critchlow}, journal={International journal of oral surgery}, year={1985}, volume={14 3}, pages={307-10} }