Definition of Odontomas
1. odontoma [n] - See also: odontoma
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Literary usage of Odontomas
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Tumours, innocent and malignant: Their Clinical Features and Appropriate by John Bland-Sutton (1911)
"Epithelial odontomas.—These tumours occur, as a rule, in the mandible, but they have been observed in the maxilla. They have a fairly firm capsule, ..."
2. Differential Diagnosis and Treatment of Disease: A Text-book for by Augustus Caillé (1906)
"Epithelial odontomas arc encapsulated tumors, more often in the mandible, and are made up of a congeries of variously shaped cysts. ..."
3. Neoplastic Diseases: A Treatise on Tumors by James Ewing (1922)
"Since the enamel organ almost completely surrounds the developing tooth (v. Brunn), the inclosure of many odontomas in an epithelial cyst is readily ..."
4. The International Journal of Orthodontia and Oral Surgery (1919)
"Of special interest to the dental surgeon are odontomas, or benign tumors ... Epithelial odontomas, derived from the enamel, occur usually in the mandible ..."
5. The Surgery of Oral Diseases and Malformations: Their Diagnosis and Treatment by George Van Ingen Brown (1912)
"COMPOSITE odontomas.—These are abnormal growths of all the elements of tooth ... COMPOUND FOLLICULAR odontomas.—The follicle wall becomes thickened into a ..."