adamantinoma


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adamantinoma

[ad·ə‚man·tə′nōm·ə]
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These synonyms included melanotic progonoma, melanotic hamartoma, melanoameloblastoma, melanotic adamantinoma, congenital melanocarcinoma, and retinal anlage tumor.
Based on the radiographs, the differential diagnosis may include intramedullary osteosarcoma, osteofibrous dysplasia, adamantinoma, and solitary bone cysts.
Adamantinoma is a rare malignant bone tumor, accounting for approximately 0.1-0.5% of all primary bone tumors [1].
Adamantinoma is a low-grade, extremely rare primary malignant bone tumour suggested to be of epithelial lineage.
The differential diagnosis of fibrous dysplasia includes lesions like Paget's disease, Non ossifying fibroma, Simple bone cyst, Enchondroma, Adamantinoma, Aneurysmal bone cyst, Osteofibrous dysplasia, Diffuse sclerosing osteomyelitis and Giant cell tumour.
(1) This was described first time by Broca (1868) as Adamantinoma and then recoined by Churchill (1934).
[3] Adamantinoma of the long bones is a rare primary bone neoplasm accounting for 0.1% of all primary bone tumours.
Adenomatoid odontogenic tumor (AOT) was first described by Ghosh in 1934 [1] as an adamantinoma of the maxilla and was first recognised as distinct entity by Stafne in 1948 [2].
Ayirici tanida adamantinoma, fibroz displazi, dogustan sifiliz, histiyositoz X, dogustan psodoartroz (norofibromatoz) dusunuldu.
A Medline search was performed using different combinations of the key words ameloblastoma, odontogenic tumours, adamantinoma, sinus, sinonasal, frontal sinus.