Neurofibroma

ICD-O:9540/0

Solitary neurofibromas are relatively uncommon in the orofacial region and tend to affect people in the 20-40 years age group [189]. Most tumours are sporadic, but the possibility of neurofibromatosis type 1 should always be considered when dealing with these lesions. They usually form small, painless, expansile submucosal nodules. The tongue is the most common intraoral site, but occasionally they develop on the inferior dental nerve and appear as a fusiform ra-diolucent area along the course of the inferior dental canal.

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