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Ameloblastoma of the maxilla

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Abstract

Ameloblastoma or Adamantinoma arises from the epithelium of the Odontogenic tissue. Although it commonly involves the mandible, it is an unusual tumour of the maxilla.

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Das, S.K., Chakraborty, P. Ameloblastoma of the maxilla. Indian J Otolaryngol 29, 83–84 (1977). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02991265

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Keywords

  • Maxillary Antrum
  • Adamantinoma
  • Enamel Epithelium
  • Premolar Tooth
  • Correct Preoperative Diagnosis