Case Report
Copyright ©The Author(s) 2019.
World J Clin Oncol. Apr 24, 2019; 10(4): 192-200
Published online Apr 24, 2019. doi: 10.5306/wjco.v10.i4.192
Figure 1
Figure 1 Clinical image shows a diffuse swelling over left side of the face causing facial asymmetry.
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Figure 2 Intraoral view shows a swelling of approximately 7 cm × 5 cm in size over maxillary left region obliterating the buccal vestibule.
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Figure 3 Computed tomography scan shows mixed radiopaque radiolucent lesion over left maxillary region.
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Figure 4 Computed tomography scan shows expansion, thinning and perforation of buccal cortical plate with multiple intermittent radiopaque flecks within the radiolucent area.
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Figure 5 Histopathological image shows odontogenic epithelium with tall columnar basal cell layer, stellate reticulum like cells and ghost cells (H and E, ×100).
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Figure 6 Clinical image of the intraoperative site showing segmental resection being carried out.
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Figure 7 Histopathological image shows aggregates of eosinophilic ghost cells with irregular calcifications in the epithelium along with large areas of dentinoid seen in the subjacent connective tissue (H and E, ×40).
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Figure 8 Histopathological image. A: It shows dystrophic calcification in epithelium and pinkish areas demonstrating dentinoid seen on special staining (van Gieson, ×100); B: Yellow area showing aggregates of ghost cells (van Gieson, ×100).