. Tumours, innocent and malignant; their clinical characters and appropriate treatment. Fig. 115.—Follicular odontomas from the mandible. in the museum of the Royal College of Surgeons, is a goodexample of this condition.) Hopewell Smith found that a tooth from a follicularodontome had no Nasmyths membrane, and suggests thatthe fluid within these tumours is probably formed from thedegeneration and liquefaction of the stellate reticulum.. Fig. 116.—Follicular odon-tome from the right halfof a mandible, removedfrom a boy aged 14years, by Wormald, 1850.{Museum of the Royal Col-lege of Surgeons.)

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. Tumours, innocent and malignant; their clinical characters and appropriate treatment. Fig. 115.—Follicular odontomas from the mandible. in the museum of the Royal College of Surgeons, is a goodexample of this condition.) Hopewell Smith found that a tooth from a follicularodontome had no Nasmyths membrane, and suggests thatthe fluid within these tumours is probably formed from thedegeneration and liquefaction of the stellate reticulum.. Fig. 116.—Follicular odon-tome from the right halfof a mandible, removedfrom a boy aged 14years, by Wormald, 1850.{Museum of the Royal Col-lege of Surgeons.) Stock Photo
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. Tumours, innocent and malignant; their clinical characters and appropriate treatment. Fig. 115.—Follicular odontomas from the mandible. in the museum of the Royal College of Surgeons, is a goodexample of this condition.) Hopewell Smith found that a tooth from a follicularodontome had no Nasmyths membrane, and suggests thatthe fluid within these tumours is probably formed from thedegeneration and liquefaction of the stellate reticulum.. Fig. 116.—Follicular odon-tome from the right halfof a mandible, removedfrom a boy aged 14years, by Wormald, 1850.{Museum of the Royal Col-lege of Surgeons.)
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