A variant of ossifying fibroma
(OF) was first described as a cemento-ossifying fibroma
by Menzel in 1872; in 1927, Montgomery first used the term ossifying fibroma
This report concerns a of a case of central odontogenic fibroma
found in a young, male, posterior left mandible.
11) The numerous terminologies used for these gingival lesions, such as peripheral odontogenic fibroma
, peripheral cementifying fibroma
(12) or calcifying fibroid epulis, (3) indicates that there is a lot of controversy regarding the classification.
Kitle Beyin Cerrahisi klinigi tarafindan transkranial girisimle eksize edilip histopatolojik incelemede ossifiye fibroma
In two individuals, fibromas
were found at this point that were formed from the tunica adventitia of the bile ducts, and one of the fibromas
had expanded throughout almost all of the analyzed area.
1,6,8) It has been suggested that fibrous dysplasia, ossifying fibroma
, and osteoma are progressive stages of one disease process, ultimately resulting in osteoma.
The WHO defines a desmoplastic fibroma
as a rare, benign bone tumour composed of spindle cells with minimal atypia and abundant collagen production (3).
Myxoma virus and Shope fibroma
virus encode dual-specificity tyrosine/serine phosphatases which are essential for virus viability.
Asi mismo, se ha encontrado lesiones extradigitales con cuerpos de inclusion similar a la FDI, como en un tumor filodes de mama y otras (1,9-12), e igualmente fibromas
digitales infantiles sin la presencia de cuerpos de inclusion (1).
El diagnostico diferencial incluye al granuloma piogeno, fibroma
periferico osificante, fibroma
irritativo, granuloma gravidatum, granuloma central de celulas gigantes y hemangioma (2,5,13,15).
This article reviews three of these hyperplastic lesions: the irritation fibroma
, the giant cell fibroma
and the peripheral ossifying fibroma
On postoperative physical examination there were ungual fibroma
and hypopigmented maculae (formerly known as ash-leaf spots) on the skin of her toes.