Central Odontogenic Fibroma of the Mandible
Authors: Morales RD, Mendoza AG, Luces C, Abreu EB, Romero G, Pérez G, Russo L Abstract Aggressive fibromatosis comprises connective tissue tumours that represent 0.03% of all bodily neoplasms, occurring more often in the abdominal wall, mesentery, and extremities; its location in the breast constitutes a very infrequent type of lesion. Its pathogenesis is diverse and its relationship with augmentation mastoplasty is still unclear. Four cases of aggressive breast fibromatosis following augmentation mastoplasty are reported in this article. PMID: 29910830 [PubMed]
Although ventricular fibromas are a rare, they are the second most common type of cardiac tumor in children. While histologically benign, they have a propensity to cause malignant arrhythmias, with cardiac arrest often being the first presentation.;
In conclusion, the pathology diagnosis of sex cord-stromal tumors continues to be difficult, and reticulin staining remains a valuable tool as an initial step in the diagnostic work-up. Individual pericellular reticulin pattern essentially rules out adult granulosa cell tumor, while cases with indeterminate or nested patterns can be subjected to FOXL2 mutation testing to aid the diagnosis.
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Desmoid-type fibromatosis is a benign mesenchymal neoplastic process. It exhibits an uncertain growth pattern and high recurrence rate. Previously radical surgical resection was the mainstay of treatment, but ...
CONCLUSION: No significant difference was noted between single cardiac tumours and multiple tumours regarding the degree of fetal heart damage. Cardiac rhabdomyoma is the most common cardiac tumour in fetus. The correlation between cardiac rhabdomyoma and TSC is high regardless of the presence of single or multiple tumours. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved. PMID: 29877000 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
We report a case of a 6-year-old female presenting with ventricular tachycardia secondary to cardiac fibroma. After diagnosis of recurrent jaw keratocysts, she was clinically and molecularly diagnosed with NBCCS. Identification of a cardiac fibroma should prompt careful assessment of past medical and family history with consideration of a diagnosis of NBCCS.Mol Syndromol