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Recurrent ameloblastoma in an autogenous bone graft after 28 years: a case report



Recurrent ameloblastoma in an autogenous bone graft after 28 years: a case report



New Zealand Dental Journal 91(403): 12-13



The growth characteristics of ameloblastoma is such that recurrence can occur regardless of treatment method, although recurrence rates following a block resection are considerably less than that following enucleation and curettage. A small number of recurrences in autogenous bone grafts have been reported in the literature. This report describes a recurrent ameloblastoma in an autogenous bone graft occurring 28 years following resection and reconstruction.

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