Primary Intraosseous Carcinoma of Mandible: A Case Report

Kirty Nandimath, Venkatesh G Naikmasur, Medha Babshet


Primary de novo intraosseous carcinoma is a rare neoplastic lesion which commonly occurs in the jaws. It is an epithelial odontogenic malignancy arising from odontogenic epithelial residues in the bone rather than from a preexisting epithelial lesion. In the present case report, the clinical, radiological and histological features of primary de novo intraosseous carcinoma are discussed and its aggressiveness and local invasiveness are highlighted.

Keywords: Mandible, Primary intraosseous carcinoma, Squamous cell carcinoma.

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