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Peripheral Ameloblas

Peripheral Ameloblastoma

Clinical Features of Peripheral Ameloblastoma -Innocuous, sessile, exophytic mass on gingiva -Doesn't show up on radiographs since confined to soft tissue -Can create cupping of cortical bone adjacent to lesion due to pressure -Asymptomatic, <1 cm in diameter
Demographics of Peripheral Ameloblastoma 1% of all Ameloblastomas are Peripheral Ameloblastomas
Microscopic Features of Peripheral Ameloblastoma -Looks similar to conventional Ameloblastomas -Contains surface epithelium with underlying fibrous ameloblastic connective tissue
Differential Diagnosis of Peripheral Ameloblastoma -Pyogenic granuloma -Peripheral ossifying Fibroma -Peripheral Giant Cell Granuloma
Treatment for Peripheral Ameloblastoma -Conservative surgical removal and histological examination
Created by: sarahosseini