A case report on a 26-year-old male with odontogenic myxofibroma of the left side mandible was presented.
The patient was referred to our department with chief complaints of slight pain and swelling of the left side mandible.
Radiographs revealed a large unilocular and radiolucent lesion in the left side mandible.
An incisional biopsy examination was performed and a diagnosis of myxofibroma was then made.
The tumor was well circumscribed showing apparent encapsulation.
Microscopic sections disclosed an odontogenic epithelium composed mainly of large myxomatous tissue.
The final diagnosis was myxofibroma of the odontogenic tissue in origin.