Uncommon case of a recurrent juvenile ossifying fibroma of the lumbosacral backbone.
J Neurosurg Backbone. 2018 Mar 09;:1-7
Authors: Dalle Ore CL, Lau D, Davis JL, Safaee MM, Ames CP
Juvenile ossifying fibroma (JOF) is a uncommon benign bone tumor that happens most steadily within the craniofacial bones of kids and younger adults. There are few case studies that describe its involvement outdoors the craniofacial skeleton, particularly inside the spinal column. Whereas JOF is assessed as a benign lesion, it might be regionally aggressive and exhibit a excessive propensity for recurrence, even after resection. Definitive surgical administration could also be difficult in naive instances, however it’s significantly difficult in recurrent instances and when in depth spinal reconstruction is warranted. On this report, the authors describe the prognosis and surgical administration of a 29-year-old man who introduced with a big recurrent sacral trabecular-subtype JOF. A evaluation of literature concerning JOFs, administration of recurrent main spinal tumors, and sacral reconstruction are mentioned.
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