- Ameloblastoma with classic benign histology and metastases (regional lymph nodes and lung) with benign histology
- Diagnosis made only after detection of metastases
- Primary tumor often occurs at younger age than nonmetastatic tumors
Cellular masses with palisaded columnar cells
End of Mandible-Maxilla > Malignant tumors > Malignant ameloblastoma
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