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Figure 2a, b — Follow up at two weeks and six months respectively. No recurrence was noted. Figure 3a — An erythematous 1.0 cm x 0.8 cm gingival lesion located interproximally between teeth #6 and #7. Figure 3b — Follow up at two months. No recurrence was noted. scattered blood vessels. Chronic inﬂammatory inﬁltrate was noted as well (Figure 4). What is the most likely diagnosis? A. Fibroma B. Pyogenic granuloma. C. Peripheral ossifying ﬁ broma. D. Peripheral giant cell granuloma Figure 4 — Microscopic evaluation revealed a dense ﬁ brous stroma, osteoid trabeculae and chronic inﬂammatory inﬁltrate (H&E, magniﬁcation 40x). See Page 46 for answer and discussion JOURNAL OF THE MICHIGAN DENTAL ASSOCIATION • APRIL 2016 45