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Articles by J. Salehinejad
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  M. Amirchaghmaghi , J. Salehinejad , M. Basirat , Z. Delavarian , A. Javadzade and A. Forouzanfar
  Schwannoma is usually a solitary slow growing and encapsulated soft tissue or intrabony lesion. This tumor is often associated with the nerve sheath. Only a few ancient schwannomas have been reported in different parts of head and neck and in the gingiva, this tumor is very rare. In this report, a 14-year-old male patient with an ancient schwannoma of gingiva discussed. he was referred to oral medicine department of Mashhad dental school with Chief complaint of an asymptomatic enlargement of gingiva and histopathologic examination recommended. Based on clinical, histologic and immunohistochemical findings, the diagnosis of ancient schwannoma was made Ancient schwannoma is very rare in gingiva but the dentist must note the clinical presentation of periodontitis and any gingival enlargement should not be considered periodontitis. The purpose of this study is report of a rare case of ancient schwannoma in gingiva and a review of ancient schwannomas in literature.
  M. Sanatkhani , P. Mosannen-Mozaffari , J. Salehinejad , M. Amirchaghmaghi and M. Mokhtari
  This case report is an interesting pigmented lesion presenting as a melanoma like appearance, with synchronous occurrence of calcifying hyperplastic dental follicle. A 13-year-old boy was referred to Oral Medicine Department of Mashhad Dentistry School complaining of a dark growing pigmentation lasting from two years ago. Recently rapid growth and pain was emerged. Plaques like, gray-black pigmentation (1.2x1 cm diameter) on maxillary gingiva overlying semi-erupted right permanent canine with firm consistency and non-homogenous color and irregular margins was observed in clinical examination. Periapical radiography showed no abnormal finding. Oral malignant melanoma was notified as the first diagnosis and biopsy was performed. On histopathologic examination a nevus like lesion penetrating to deep portions (e.g., reduced enamel epithelium of semi-erupted canine) beside a calcifying component (type A and B calcifications) was seen. A diagnosis of synchronous occurrence of deep penetrating nevus and single calcifying hyperplastic dental follicle was established.
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