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Odontogenic keratocyst : Pathogenesis ,feature and Treatment

Odontogenic keratocyst : Pathogenesis ,feature and Treatment

Odontogenic keratocyst : Pathogenesis ,feature and Treatment Pathogenesis: 1. The tooth germ is destroyed or liquefied by certain stimulation before formation of crown or calcification. 2. So, the tooth germ is missing leading to missing teeth. Clinical feature: 1. Age: 20-30 years 2. Sex: No predilection 3. Site: Mandible in 75% cases 4. Grows around […]

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Keratocyst: Definition, Diagnosis & Management

Keratocyst: Definition, Diagnosis & Management

Keratocyst: Definition, Diagnosis & Management Definition: The cyst is thought to arise from the epithelium of the tooth prirnordium (dental lamina) or its residues. Diagnosis: The odontogenic keratocyst has a characteristic though not pathognomic, radiological appearance. Of keratocysts 70% appear in the mandible. Normally at the mandibular angle and ascending ramus_ The radiographic appearance is […]

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