What is Ameloblastoma?

A benign odontogenic epithelial neoplasm that histologically mimics the embryonal enamel organ but does not differentiate from it to the point of forming dental hard tissues; it behaves as a slowly growing expansile radiolucent tumor, occurs most commonly in the posterior regions of the mandible and tends to recur if inadequately excised.

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Hi , i have just had a an ameloblastoma removed from the right side of my jaw about 7 weeks ago. I have lost the feeling in my lower lip , it...

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I have gone through your query and can understand your concerns..

As per your complain loss of sensation after...

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Want to confirm on histopath report whether this malignant or benign

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There is no HistoPathology report attached here..

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Hello, Welcome back to HCM,

Well I've reviewed the attached report...

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I have a knot on the inside of my right cheek in my mouth , in which I have had it removed once already and it came right back. The actual knot...

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hello, the lesion u had is most probably a dento-alveolar lesion: most common is abscess from infected tooth esp third molar, any cyst or jaw...

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