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Anatomical context of Odontoma


Gene context of Odontoma

  • All of the benign cases were of the cystic variety and further subclassified into non-proliferative subtype (NPS; four cases); proliferative subtype (PS; eight cases); and COC associated with odontoma (COCaO, nine cases) [14].


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