Ameloblastic fibroma

Ameloblastic fibromas, appear as unilocular lucent mandibular lesions, most frequently in the posterior mandible and are usually associated with impacted teeth, centred on the un-erupted crown. They therefore appear very similar to unilocular ameloblastomas. They are composed of enamel and embryonic connective tissue.

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rID: 876
Section: Pathology
Tags: mandible, stub
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