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Juvenile aggressive ossifying fibroma is a rare variant of fibro-osseous lesion occurring primarily in children and young adults. It is a benign, but osteogenic neoplasm of bony origin with a potentially aggressive nature. On the account of age of onset, site of occurrence, clinical presentation, histological feature, aggressive nature and increased tendency for recurrence, it is differentiated from the larger group of ossifying fibroma as a separate entity. This article reports a case ofdoi:10.18535/jmscr/v7i2.133 fatcat:3cz5wb4f6zb4zogx65s6frna3e