Unusual pattern of growth in buccal mucosa - fibroma

Shady AM Negm

Abstract


Fibroma is a benign and tumor-like growth made up mostly of fibrous or connective tissue mass, with an unusual pattern of growth. This paper reports a case of fibroma in an Egyptian old man with a very bad oral hygiene and hopeless teeth condition.


Keywords


Fibroma, Fibromas, Benign Tumor or Tumor like growth

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