AMELOBLASTOMA – HISTOPATHOLOGY
AUTHOR: Sanketh DS, MDS
There are six different patterns of manifestation for ameloblastoma under the microscope.
This pattern is the most common type and shows several islands consisting of a central mass of cells surrounded by a peripheral layer of cells. The cells in the centre are angular to polyhedral in shape and resemble the stellate reticulum of the enamel organ.
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