Injuries and diseases of the jaws . Fig. 89.. Forget {op. cit.). It occurred in the practice of M. Maison-neuve, and in the person of a man aged forty. The tumouroccupied the left side of the lower jaw, causing both itssurfaces to project, but especially the outer. At the smaller 192 TUMOURS CONNECTED WITH THE TEETH. end of the tumour was a decayed molar tooth, and uponextracting this the tumour came away with it. The growth,which was larger than a pigeon^s egg, was attached to thetooth by a kind of pedicle, a section showing a line ofseparation between it and the root of the tooth. Under them

Injuries and diseases of the jaws . Fig. 89.. Forget {op. cit.). It occurred in the practice of M. Maison-neuve, and in the person of a man aged forty. The tumouroccupied the left side of the lower jaw, causing both itssurfaces to project, but especially the outer. At the smaller 192 TUMOURS CONNECTED WITH THE TEETH. end of the tumour was a decayed molar tooth, and uponextracting this the tumour came away with it. The growth,which was larger than a pigeon^s egg, was attached to thetooth by a kind of pedicle, a section showing a line ofseparation between it and the root of the tooth. Under them Stock Photo
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Injuries and diseases of the jaws . Fig. 89.. Forget {op. cit.). It occurred in the practice of M. Maison-neuve, and in the person of a man aged forty. The tumouroccupied the left side of the lower jaw, causing both itssurfaces to project, but especially the outer. At the smaller 192 TUMOURS CONNECTED WITH THE TEETH. end of the tumour was a decayed molar tooth, and uponextracting this the tumour came away with it. The growth, which was larger than a pigeon^s egg, was attached to thetooth by a kind of pedicle, a section showing a line ofseparation between it and the root of the tooth. Under themicroscope the specimen was seen to contain no dentine, but to consist exclusively of osseous tissue. In April, 1863, Mr. Tomes exhibited to the OdontologicalSociety an extraordinary specimen of so-called exostosis, shown in the illustration (fig. 90), which I have been per- FiG. 90.

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