Analogous feature of cemento-ossifying fibroma and bone pathology: a clinico-pathological correlation
Keywords:Bony pathology; cemento-ossifying fibroma; clinicopathological correlation
Intra-osseous pathology of the craniofacial region is microscopically characterized by hypercellular fibroblastic stroma with a variable amount of bone or cementum like calcified structures. The overlapping histopathological features are not limited to lesions under one classification of similar origin rather it imbricates the lesions of entirely different origin as well. The only possible way out then becomes the clinicopathological correlation. Hence, in an out of entire clinical, a radiographic, surgical, and histopathological feature reframes the building block for confirmatory diagnosis of a bone lesion.