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The Earliest Case of Neoplastic Bone Lesion in Tetrapods

I. V. Novikov, P. A. Haiduk, A. V. Gribanov, A. N. Ivanov, A. V. Novikov, I. A. Starodubtseva
The results of analysis of a bone tissue neoplasm on the mandible of an Early Mesozoic temnospondyl amphibian Benthosuchus korobkovi Ivachnenko from the Tikhvinskoe locality (upper reaches of the Volga River, Yaroslavl oblast (Region); Lower Triassic, Lower Olenekian substage) are presented. The use of multispiral computed tomography enabled a rather well justified conclusion of the neoplastic (tumor) character of this pathological formation. Non-odontogenic osteoma is the most likely diagnosis, but hemangioma and fibrotic dysplasia cannot be ruled out either.

Publisher URL: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1134/S0031030120010074

DOI: 10.1134/S0031030120010074

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