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The aim of this study is to review cysts of the oro-facial region seen at a tertiary health centre in Ibadan and to categorize these cases based on Lucas, Killey and Kay and WHO classifications. Materials and Methods: All histologically diagnosed oro-facial cysts were retrieved from the oral pathology archives.
Information concerning cyst type, topography, age at time of diagnosis and gender of patients was gathered. Data obtained was analyzed with the SPSS Results: A total of 92 histologically diagnosed oro-facial cysts comprising 60 The age range was 4 to 73 years with a mean age of The peak incidence was in the third decade.
Conclusion: This study showed similar findings in regard to type, site and age incidence of oro-facial cysts compared to previous studies and also showed that the WHO classification protocol was the most comprehensive classification method for oro-facial cysts. Advanced Search. Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology. Cysts of the oro-facial region: A Nigerian experience. J Oral Maxillofac Pathol ; Table 1: Various Classifications of jaw cysts Click here to view.
Materials and Methods. Figure 1: Frequency of Oro-facial cysts. Click here to view. Figure 2: Age group distribution of Oro-facial cysts Click here to view. Table 2: Oro-facial cysts distribution according to Killey and Kay classification Click here to view.
Table 3: Oro-facial cysts distribution according to Lucas classification Click here to view. Shear M, Speight P. Cysts of the Oral and Maxillofacial regions. Singapore: Blackwell; Cysts of the maxillofacial region. Epithelial jaw cysts: Analysis of Nigerian cases. Afr Dent J ; Yazdani J, Kahnamouii S. Cysts of Oro-facial region : A Nigerian experience.
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Patiala, Punjab, India. Evaluation of clinical presentation of cystic lesions of the maxillofacial region, their relation to radiological picture, and treatment planning so as to plan and execute a patient need based treatment modality after co-relating it to the eventual histopathological diagnosis. The patients were followed up for at least 3 months months. An attempt was made to underline patient and lesion related variables having a bearing on the choice of treatment modality in each case. Two were ameloblastomas. No recurrences were observed. Radiological presentation of lesions and patient's age were found to be the two most important radiological and clinical variables affecting treatment planning.
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The aim of this study is to review cysts of the oro-facial region seen at a tertiary health centre in Ibadan and to categorize these cases based on Lucas, Killey and Kay and WHO classifications. Materials and Methods: All histologically diagnosed oro-facial cysts were retrieved from the oral pathology archives. Information concerning cyst type, topography, age at time of diagnosis and gender of patients was gathered. Data obtained was analyzed with the SPSS Results: A total of 92 histologically diagnosed oro-facial cysts comprising 60 The age range was 4 to 73 years with a mean age of The peak incidence was in the third decade.
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The aim of the study was to determine the distribution of histologically diagnosed nonodontogenic cysts nOCs over a year period in a Brazilian population. Biopsy records from patients with nOC from the files of the Oral Pathology Service during the period of — were evaluated. Among 10, oral biopsies, 58 met the criteria of nOCs. The most frequent nOCs were nasopalatine duct cysts
A cyst is a pathological epithelial lined cavity that fills with fluid or soft material and usually grows from internal pressure generated by fluid being drawn into the cavity from osmosis hydrostatic pressure. The bones of the jaws, the mandible and maxilla , are the bones with the highest prevalence of cysts in the human body. This is due to the abundant amount of epithelial remnants that can be left in the bones of the jaws.
Radicular cyst is believed to be derived from the epithelial cell rests of Malassez. The associated tooth is nonvital, usually asymptomatic, and may result in swelling, tenderness, tooth mobility, or other problems with rare possibility of neoplastic transformation of its epithelial lining. The treatment options include endodontic procedure, extraction of offending tooth, enucleation with primary closure, and marsupialization. The present report describes the case of a radicular cyst of anterior maxillary region in a year-old male patient, with a detailed description of clinical, radiographic, histopathologic features, pathogenesis, and its surgical management.
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