Research Article

Recurrent Peripheral Ameloblastoma of the Mandible: A Case Report

Angela Jordao Camargo*, Mayara Cheade, Celso Martinelli and Plauto Christopher Aranha Watanabe

Published: 01/30/2017 | Volume 1 - Issue 1 | Pages: 007-010


Ameloblastoma is the second most common odontogenic tumor being back only for the odontoma. An unusual case of recurrent peripheral ameloblastoma in the mandible from the site of previous occurrence, reducing oropharyngeal space due compression by lesion. Panoramic radiography not showed presence of lesion, except one step in left side of mandible angle. Multislice CT scans revealed presence of hypoattenuated image, well-defined, histopathological exam suggesting Ameloblastoma Follicular.

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