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spicules of mature mineralized bone or cementum surrounded by inflammation and thick, undulating fronds of presumed neoplastic epithelial cells. Findings were consistent with a diagnosis of squamous cell carcinoma. Recommendations to the owner included

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temporomandibular joint: study by gross dissection, vascular injection and section . Equine Vet J 2006 ; 38 : 143 – 147 . 11. Perrier M Schwarz T Gonzalez O , et al. Squamous cell carcinoma invading the right temporomandibular joint in a Belgian

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skeletal osteosarcoma, canine acanthomatous ameloblastoma, fibrosarcoma, squamous cell carcinoma, amelanotic malignant melanoma, other oral tumors, and severe localized osteomyelitis. Given the clinical appearance of the mass and its location in the rostral

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earliest radiographic appearance of a neoplastic lesion within a bony cavity. 1 Differential diagnoses that were considered for the oral mass in this cat included osteomyelitis, nonodontogenic tumors (eg, squamous cell carcinoma), and odontogenic tumors

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tumors such as malignant melanoma, squamous cell carcinoma, fibrosarcoma, and osteosarcoma or a locally invasive odontogenic tumor such as acanthomatous ameloblastoma. The periodontal ligament spaces of the right maxillary third incisor tooth and left

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ameloblastoma or malignant squamous cell carcinoma. 7 Appropriate treatment and monitoring is dependent upon the histopathologic diagnosis. Previous surgical treatment of this dog was unsuccessful. Similar conservative treatment has been shown to be

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Press , 1999 ; 145 – 146 . 3. DuPont GA DeBowes LJ . Atlas of dental radiography in dogs and cats . St Louis : Saunders Elsevier , 2009 ; 134-171 , 221 – 228 . 4. Kermer C Poeschl PW Wutzl A , Surgical treatment of squamous cell

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differential diagnoses included primary intraosseous squamous cell carcinoma, conventional ameloblastoma, and amyloid-producing odontogenic tumor. The 3-D CBCT images provided substantially better information to allow spatial evaluation of the intraosseous

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