fibroma

Fibroma of the oral cavity

What is a fibroma of the oral cavity? A fibroma is a very common non-cancerous growth in the oral cavity. Fibromas often stick out from the surface of the tissue. Other names for this type of growth are irritation fibroma and traumatic fibroma. What causes a fibroma in the oral cavity? Most fibromas in the …
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Mitotically active cellular fibroma of the ovary

What is a mitotically active cellular fibroma? A mitotically active cellular fibroma is a non-cancerous type of ovarian tumour. It develops from the stromal cells normally found inside the ovary. These tumours can range in size from less than 1.0 cm to over 20 cm. Large mitotically active cellular fibromas can cause symptoms such as …
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Ovarian fibroma

What is an ovarian fibroma? Ovarian fibroma is a non-cancerous type of ovarian tumour. It develops from the stromal cells normally found inside the ovary. These tumours can range in size from less than 1.0 cm to over 20 cm. Large ovarian fibromas can cause symptoms such as pain or abdominal pressure. Continue reading to …
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