FAMILIAL GIGANTIFORM CEMENTOMA PDF

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Very few cases of gigantiform cementoma have been reported, and those associated with a positive family history are especially rare. Confusion exists about the relationship of gigantiform cementoma to florid osseous dysplasia, cementifying fibroma, and diffuse chronic sclerosing osteomyelitis. It has been unclear whether gigantiform cementoma should be accorded the status of a separate entity.

This pedigree consists of 55 members. Significant heterogeneity in expression of this trait was noted. The pattern of occurrence of the trait is consistent with an autosomal dominant mode of inheritance with variable expressivity of the phenotype. We suggest that familial gigantiform cementoma should be recognized as a separate entity.

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Cite Favorites. Abstract Very few cases of gigantiform cementoma have been reported, and those associated with a positive family history are especially rare. Similar articles Gigantiform cementoma: report of two cases mother and son. Cannon JS, et al. J Oral Surg. PMID: No abstract available. Familial gigantiform cementoma: distinctive clinical features of a large Chinese pedigree. Wang HW, et al. Br J Oral Maxillofac Surg. Epub Oct 3. PMID: Gigantiform cementoma affecting a Caucasian family.

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Familial gigantiform cementoma is an exceedingly rare but distinct subtype of cemento-osseous-fibrous lesion. Undocumented radiographic changes and related bone metabolism disorder are herein hypothesized and discussed. We present an adolescent case with recurrent familial gigantiform cementoma who received surgical intervention in our hospital. Apart from typical multiquadrant and expansile abnormalies involving both jaws, he also suffered from several times of fractures in lower extremity. Furthermore, radiographic examinations of calvaria, pelvis, femoris, tibia, and fibula all revealed radiolucent areas signifying diffuse osteopenic bone losses. Some of his consanguineous relatives bore the same burden of fractures during pubertal period. Familial gigantiform cementoma FGC is a distinct and uncommon fibro-cemento-osseous lesion with unknown etiology.

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Very few cases of gigantiform cementoma have been reported, and those associated with a positive family history are especially rare. Confusion exists about the relationship of gigantiform cementoma to florid osseous dysplasia, cementifying fibroma, and diffuse chronic sclerosing osteomyelitis. It has been unclear whether gigantiform cementoma should be accorded the status of a separate entity. This pedigree consists of 55 members. Significant heterogeneity in expression of this trait was noted. The pattern of occurrence of the trait is consistent with an autosomal dominant mode of inheritance with variable expressivity of the phenotype.

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Familial Gigantiform Cementoma

We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. Familial gigantiform cementoma FGC is a rare autosomal dominant, benign fibro-cemento-osseous lesion of the jaws that can cause severe facial deformity. True FGC with familial history is extremely rare and there has been no literature regarding the radiological follow-up of FGC. After repeated recurrences and subsequent surgeries, the growth of the tumor had seemed to plateau on recent follow-up CT images.

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