By Mervyn Shear, Paul Speight(auth.)
Cysts of the Oral and Maxillofacial areas is a seminal textual content for these operating in oral pathology, oral drugs, oral & maxillofacial surgical procedure and radiology. This fourth variation displays advances in immunohistochemistry, molecular biology and human genetics, that have contributed to the certainty of the etiology, pathogenesis, pathology and therapy of those lesions.
This booklet is a entire treatise on cysts taking place within the oral and maxillofacial areas, protecting scientific beneficial properties, epidemiology, radiology, pathogenesis and pathology.Content:
Chapter 1 class and Frequency of Cysts of the Oral and Maxillofacial Tissues (pages 1–2):
Chapter 2 Gingival Cyst and Midpalatal Raphe Cyst of babies (pages 3–5):
Chapter three Odontogenic Keratocyst (pages 6–58):
Chapter four Dentigerous Cyst (pages 59–75):
Chapter five Eruption Cyst (pages 76–78):
Chapter 6 Gingival Cyst of Adults, Lateral Periodontal Cyst, Botryoid Odontogenic Cyst (pages 80–93):
Chapter 7 Glandular Odontogenic Cyst (Sialo?Odontogenic Cyst) (pages 94–99):
Chapter eight Calcifying Odontogenic Cyst (Calcifying Cystic Odontogenic Tumour) (pages 100–107):
Chapter nine Nasopalatine Duct (Incisive Canal) Cyst (pages 108–118):
Chapter 10 Nasolabial (Nasoalveolar) Cyst (pages 119–122):
Chapter eleven Radicular Cyst and Residual Cyst (pages 123–142):
Chapter 12 Inflammatory Paradental Cysts (pages 143–149):
Chapter thirteen Aneurysmal Bone Cyst (pages 150–155):
Chapter 14 Solitary Bone Cyst (pages 156–161):
Chapter 15 Cysts linked to the Maxillary Antrum (pages 162–170):
Chapter sixteen Cysts of the Salivary Glands (pages 171–180):
Chapter 17 Developmental Cysts of the pinnacle and Neck (pages 181–191):
Chapter 18 Parasitic Cysts (pages 192–195):
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CT images, on the other hand, revealed features such as areas of thinning, perforation and cortical loculation. A lesion that might appear on panoramic views to be multilocular may show no internal septation on a CT image. In differential diagnosis from the OKC, the authors were confident about excluding most cases of ameloblastoma and other cystic lesions not containing keratin, such as dentigerous and radicular cysts. In another publication, Hisatomi et al. (2003) also reported on the use of MRI and contrast-enhanced imaging to distinguish different jaw cysts from one another, and concluded that they were able to obtain more information from these images than from conventional radiographic findings.
There may be no expansion of bone at all, but in a substantial proportion of cases, particularly at the angle or in the ramus, expansion may occur (Browne, 1970; McIvor, 1972; Smith and Shear, 1978; Forssell, 1980). Expansion is Fig. 9 Gross specimen of the odontogenic keratocyst shown in Fig. 8 shows the irregular growth responsible for the scalloped margins. usually slight but may be considerable in children. Both buccal and lingual expansion occur (Browne, 1970; McIvor, 1972). Downward displacement of the inferior alveolar canal and resorption of the lower cortical plate of the mandible may be seen as well as perforation of bone (Smith and Shear, 1978; Forssell, 1980; Voorsmit, 1984), and pathological fractures may occasionally occur (Voorsmit, 1984).
Et al. Correlative MRI and CT imaging of the odontogenic keratocyst: a review of twenty-one cases. ) There is now little evidence to support such an origin for the OKC. Forssell (1980) has pointed out that the frequency of aplasia of the teeth is relatively high when compared with that of OKCs and that the site distributions of these cysts and supernumerary teeth differ greatly from each other. It is clear from many reported series that only a small number of OKCs can have developed at a site where a tooth is missing but has not been extracted.
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