PMID: 9631613Jun 19, 1998Paper

Intrabony neurilemmoma: diagnosis and management

The Journal of the American Dental Association
E M SadeghiD Clark

Abstract

The authors present a case of a mandibular neurilemmoma discovered on routine radiographic examination of an asymptomatic young woman. The lesion was surgically removed and there was no radiographic evidence of recurrence. A review of the literature is presented and the differential diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of this benign neurogenic tumor are discussed.

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