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《Journal of Practical Stomatology》 2011-01
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The difference between fibrous dysplasia and ossifying fibroma of the jaw

ZHANG Yanxi1,GAO Li1,ZHOU Hong1,Banchiamlak2,WU Haoyang1,CAO Xuanping1.1.450052,Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery,Zhengzhou University,Stomatological College,China;2.Addis Ababa University Dental Center  
Fibrous dysplasia(FD) and ossifying fibroma(OF)of the jaw are two normal Benign Fibro-osseous lesions(BFOLs).Comparative analysis on one typical case of FD and one typical case of OF were carried out in clinic,radiology and pathology.FD is a developmental malformation,while OF is a true neoplasm with a significant growth potential.The radiographic pattern of FD is diffuse expand,the margins blending imperceptibly into the adjacent normal bone,and that of OF is locally expanded,rotundity or ellipse,which is easy to be defined and to be excised.
【CateGory Index】: R782.2
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