Abstract| Volume 119, ISSUE 3, e196, March 2015

Ameloblastic Fibro-Odontoma: Case Report

      Ameloblastic fibro-odontoma (AFO) is rare benign mixed odontogenic tumour. It is only observed 3.1% of all odntogenic tumors. It occurs usually children and young adults, in posterior portion of the maxilla or mandible. AFO appears as a well –encapsulated, slow –growing expansive tumour. It is defined as a tumour with ameloblastik fibroma but olso contains enamel and dentine. We present a case of an 11 years old boy, referred our hosbital painless swelling left side of the mandibula. Our diagnoses were AFO. The patient was treated with conservative surgical excision.. After one years of follow-up no recurrence was detected.
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