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An unusual case of ameloblastic fibroma of the mandible has been presented. The age of this patient, the rate of development of the lesion, perforation of a large amount of cortical bone, and the size of the lesion make this a rare ameloblastic fibroma. Conservative surgical procedures were followed on the basis of the reported benign nature of this neoplasm and to preserve the continuity of the mandible. To date there has been no recurrence. The conservative approach in this case does not obviate the possibility of further surgical intervention if the neoplasm should reappear on follow-up examination.
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