- Malignant cartilaginous tumor arising in a bone or soft tissue.
- Peak age of occurance is in the 3rd and 4th decade.
Most common sites: anterior maxilla, symphysis, coronoid, and condylar process.
- Swelling, pain, loose teeth, migration of teeth.
- Oral mucosa may have a normal appearance.
- Chronic Osteomyelitis (mixed)
- Fibrous dysplasia (mixed)
- Metastatic tumors (mixed)
- Osteogenic sarcoma (mixed)