Malignant Transformation of Ameloblastoma – An Unusual Presentation

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Malignant Transformation of Ameloblastoma – An Unusual Presentation

Anjum Khawar* and Jawwad Ahmad**
* Associate Professor, ENT Department, Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences, Islamabad.
** Senior Registrar, ENT Department, Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences, Islamabad.
Case Report
A 55 years old male presented with history of
swelling on left side of face of two months duration.
The swelling had enlarged rapidly over a period of 15
days reaching its current size. It was associated with
history of blood stained discharge from oral cavity of
two months duration. Mouth opening was also
restricted. Patient did not complain of headache,
earache, visual loss or any swelling in the neck, but his
major complaint was disfiguring huge swelling on left
side of face.

         

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