Metastatic Tumors Of Jaw - A Review
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 708-711
AbstractMetastasis is a condition that begins with detachment of tumor cells from the fundamental tumor, spreading to different tissues or likely organs, which attacks through the lymphovascular structures followed by their perseverance in the disseminaion. Metastatic tumors to the oro-facial district are exceptional and may occur in the oral soft tissues or jawbones. The clinical presentation of metastatic tumors can be variable, which may incite erroneous finding or may make logical bind. Subsequently, they should be considered in the differential analysis of provocative and receptive lesions that are fundamental to the oral region.
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