odontoma


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odontoma

[‚ō‚dän′tō·mə]
(medicine)
A benign tumor representing a developmental excess, composed of mesodermal or octodermal tooth-forming tissue, alone or in association with the calcified derivatives of these structures.
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They were surprised at how many denticles were present, and believe it may be the most ever in a case of odontoma.
The patient's history and radiographic findings established a diagnosis of a complex odontoma of the nasal cavity.
Progressive increase in bone mass and development of odontomas in aging osteopetrotic c-src-deficient mice.
Other orodental findings include multiple odontomas, supernumerary teeth, and impacted teeth.
16, 2000), and the paper by Amling et al, "Progressive increase in bone mass and development of odontomas in aging osteopetrotic c-src-deficient mice" (Bone 27(5), Nov.
Among the benign tumors are calcified nasal polyps, ossifying fibromas, osteomas, chondromas, odontomas, calcifying angiofibromas, nasal gliomas, and septal desmoid tumors; malignant tumors include osteosarcomas, chondrosarcomas, and squamous cell carcinomas.
Other mesenchymal odontogenic tumors include fibromas, cementomas, and odontomas.