miércoles, 10 de agosto de 2022

Ameloblastoma in a pediatric patient - Characteristics, treatment and clinical case

Oral Surgery

Ameloblastoma is an odontogenic tumor, non-malignant but locally aggressive, with high recurrence, and is evidenced as a facial swelling, or sometimes as a radiographic finding.

The patient refers symptoms such as pain, dental mobility, malocclusion and others. Treatment is surgical, and can be conservative or radical, and the technique to be used will depend on the pathological and radiographic evaluation of the tumor.


We share a review on ameloblastoma and its clinical and radiographic characteristics, as well as surgical treatment, regarding the presentation of the case in a pediatric patient.

Oral Surgery

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Belardo, Edgar, Velasco, Ignacio, Guerra, Andrés, & Rosa, Edwin. (2012). Mandibular Ameloblastoma in a 10-year-old Child: Case Report and Review of the Literature. International journal of odontostomatology, 6(3), 331-336. https://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-381X2012000300016

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