Ewing sarcoma is a lesion of bone, described in small round cell neoplasm. This tumour resembles primitive neuroectodermal tumour both clinically and histologically. Major difference between these two is that the former arises in the bone and the later in soft tissue. It appears most frequently in males at the age range of of 5–25 years, 80% of which occurs within first two decades of life. Males are more commonly affected than females. Present paper reported with a case report of male patient with 24-year-old showing Ewing’s sarcoma of right maxilla.
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Contributors Concepts and design: MA and SS. Intellectual content: SS. Literature search: MA, AM and BSM. Data acquisition and analysis: SS, AM and MA. Manuscript preparation: MA, SS and AM. Manuscript editing and review: AM and BSM.
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