Intraosseous schwannoma of mandibular symphysis: case report

Brazilian Dental Journal
Suzie Aparecida de LacerdaLuiz Antônio Salata

Abstract

Schwannoma (neurilemmoma) is a benign neoplasm originated from the neural sheath and occurring most frequently in the head and neck. Intraosseous schwannomas are rare. The mandible is the most common site of occurrence for these lesions. This article reports the case of an intraosseous schwannoma located in the mandibular symphysis of an 11-year-old boy. The lesion was surgically removed and no radiographic evidence of recurrence was observed after 5 years.

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