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ameloblastoma. A common early symptom is swelling. The underlying cause of the cancer is not well understood.Ameloblastic carcinoma is a rare oral cancer that commonly develops towards the back of the lower or upper jaw. The cancer can develop spontaneously or arise from a preexisting
Last updated: 10/19/2011
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