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Orofacial Cysts at Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, Ghana  [PDF]
Alexander Acheampong Oti, Peter Donkor, Osei Owusu-Afriyie
Surgical Science (SS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ss.2013.41011
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Background: Information about orofacial cysts from African populations is scarce and there are only a few studies available regarding the prevalence of these lesions in the West African sub-region. The purpose of the present study is to determine the distribution and prevalence of all histologically diagnosed orofacial cysts in Kumasi, Ghana. Aim: To determine prevalence, sex, age and anatomic distribution of orofacial cyst seen at the oral and maxillofacial unit in Komfo Anokye Teaching hospital (KATH). Method: This is a retrospective study, which examined histologically diagnosed lesions including orofacial cysts. The study duration was from 1999 to 2010 September inclusive. Results: There were 37 odontogenic cysts constuting 6.5%, of all orofacial lesions. There were 18 non-odontogenic cysts i.e. 3.1% of all lesions diagnosed during the study period. The odontogenic cysts comprised 19 (51.4%) developmental cysts and 18 (48.6%) inflammatory cysts. Male-to-female ratio for the orofacial cysts was 1:1 and the mean age was 36.7 years. Conclusion: There is low prevalence of the odontogenic cysts, which is consistent with findings from other African studies. Although radicular cysts accounted for the majority of orofacial cysts in this study, the prevalence of radicular cysts is low compared to reports from developed countries.

Pattern of occurrence of jaw cysts and cyst-like lesions at the University of Nairobi Dental Hospital: A 10-year histopathologic audit  [PDF]
Cyrus S. Micha, Mark L. Chindia, David O. Awange, Elizabeth Dimba, Tom M. Osundwa, Josiah G. Otwoma
Open Journal of Stomatology (OJST) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojst.2012.22025
Abstract: Background: Jaw cysts and cyst-like lesions cause facial deformity, destruction of dental tissues and affect masticatory and phonation functions. These ad-versely erode patients’ psycho-social status; create low self-esteem and may change one’s facial identity and appearance. Objective: To determine the histo-pathologic characteristics, variants and demographic pattern of jaw cysts and cyst-like lesions at the University of Nairobi Dental Hospital. Material and Me-thod: This was an analytical and verification study that involved microscopic re-examination of all available incisional/excisional biopsy samples from January 2000 to December 2009 for histo-pathological diagnosis at the University of Nairobi Dental Hospital. Results: 187 jaw cysts and cyst-like lesions were diagnosed at the University of Nairobi Dental Hospital over the ten-year period. Keratocystic odontogenic tumours constituted 28%, dentigerous cysts 25%, nasopalatine duct cysts 19%, radicular cysts 15%, while calcifying odontogenic cysts comprised 4% of all the lesions. The rest of the lesions were between 1% and 3% of all the lesion entities. Conclusion: Keratocystic odontogenic tumours and dentigerous cysts were the most common developmental odontogenic cysts diagnosed in the ten-year period.
Quiste de Gorlin asociado a Odontoma: reporte de un caso con su tratamiento quirúrgico
Villarroel Castro,P.; Fari?a Sirandoni,R.; Espinoza Santander,I.;
Revista Espa?ola de Cirugía Oral y Maxilofacial , 2005, DOI: 10.4321/S1130-05582005000600005
Abstract: gorlin cyst is an odontogenic cyst that may appear as two types, one cystic and surrounded by epithelium of a benign nature, and the other a locally aggressive neoplasm. the case is presented of an 18-year-old female that had experienced an increase in facial volume in the left infraorbital area that was painless. total exeresis of the lesion was carried out. the histopathologic study provided the definitive diagnosis of gorlin cyst associated with odontoma. after a follow-up of three years, facial symmetry was reestablished, there was adequate regeneration of bone and of the adjacent tissue, and there were no signs of relapse.
Calcifying cystic odontogenic tumour manifesting in the maxillary antrum: Case report  [PDF]
Eunice Kihara, Richard Owino, Josiah Otwoma, Elizabeth Dimba, Mark Chindia
Open Journal of Stomatology (OJST) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojst.2013.39082
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A case is presented of a 15-year-old boy who manifested the calcifying cystic odontogenic tumour (CCOT) in the left maxillary antrum of an unknown duration. In addition, the patient had a high arched palate and multiple impacted teeth of the normal series and supernumerary type including mesiodens as demonstrated in an orthopantomograph.

Klestadt’s Cyst: Case Report  [PDF]
Kartik Parelkar, Smita Nagle, Mohan Jagade, Reshma Hanwate, Madhavi Pandare, Devkumar Rangaraja, Kiran Kulsange, Bandu Nagrale, Arpita Singhal
International Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery (IJOHNS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ijohns.2015.43036
Abstract: Klestadt’s cyst, more commonly known as the nasolabial cyst, is an uncommon, non-odontogenic, and soft tissue cyst. It is classified as a fissural cyst, found outside the bone, and on the region corresponding to the nasolabial furrow and alar nose. Following its description first by Zukuerkandl in 1882, only 267 cases have been found in English literature. In spite of the low occurrence of nasolabial cysts, it is important to recognize the clinical characteristics of this lesion. The purpose of this report is to review the literature and discuss the histomorphology and etiology of this condition, and also its management by surgical excision. As per our experience, sublabial approach is the best for complete and scarless excision of this cyst.
Quiste de Gorlin asociado a Odontoma: reporte de un caso con su tratamiento quirúrgico Gorlin cyst associated with odontoma: Case report with surgical treatment
P. Villarroel Castro,R. Fari?a Sirandoni,I. Espinoza Santander
Revista Espa?ola de Cirugía Oral y Maxilofacial , 2005,
Abstract: El quiste de Gorlin es un quiste odontogénico que puede presentarse en dos variedades, una quística rodeada por epitelio y de carácter benigno, y una neoplásica localmente agresiva. Se presenta elcaso de una mujer de 18 a os con aumento de volumen facial indoloro en región infraorbitaria izquierda. Se realiza la exéresis total de la lesión. Con el estudio histopatológico se obtiene el diagnóstico definitivo de quiste de Gorlin asociado a odontoma. Luego de controles por 3 a os, se observa el restablecimiento de la simetría facial, una adecuada regeneración ósea y de los tejidos adyacentes, sin signos de recidiva. Gorlin cyst is an odontogenic cyst that may appear as two types, one cystic and surrounded by epithelium of a benign nature, and the other a locally aggressive neoplasm. The case is presented of an 18-year-old female that had experienced an increase in facial volume in the left infraorbital area that was painless. Total exeresis of the lesion was carried out. The histopathologic study provided the definitive diagnosis of Gorlin cyst associated with odontoma. After a follow-up of three years, facial symmetry was reestablished, there was adequate regeneration of bone and of the adjacent tissue, and there were no signs of relapse.
Odontogenic keratocyst: a 31- year retrospective study in the oral and maxillofacial pathology department, Faculty of Dentistry, Tehran University of Medical Sciences
Eshghyar N.,Jalayer Naderi N.,Sarraf P
Journal of Dental Medicine , 2005,
Abstract: Statement of Problem: Odontogenic keratocyst is a developmental odontogenic cyst which arises from dental lamina. One of the important features of odontogenic keratocyst is strong tendency to recurrence. Purpose: The purpose of this study was the statistical evaluation of age and gender of patient as well as area of involvement in odontogenic keratocysts in the oral and maxillofacial pathology department of dental faculty of Tehran University of Medical Sciences from 1971-2002. Materials and Methods: This study was a cross sectional, descriptive one. Medical records were reviewed and variables such as age, gender and site of involvement were recorded. The data were analyzed with SPSS software. Results: The relative frequency of odontogenic keratocyst was 36%. 66% of cysts were in men and 34% in women. 68% of lesions affected the lower jaw and 32% the upper jaw. Regarding the site of involvement, 48% of lesions involved the molar region of mandible and 42%, the anterior part of maxilla. The occurrence of keratocysts was higher in this sites. Most of the cases were diagnosed in the third decade. Conclusion: Based on the findings of this study, odontogenic keratocyst was more prevalent in men, mandible and the third decade. The posterior part of mandible and anterior region of maxilla were involved most frequently.
Queratoquiste odontogénico con cartílago en la pared: Presentación de un caso
Vicente-Barrero,Mario; Báez Marrero,Oswaldo; Alfonso Martín,Juan Luis; Knezevic,Milan; Báez Acosta,Beatriz; Camacho García,Maria del Carmen; Montenegro Dámaso,Társila;
Medicina Oral, Patología Oral y Cirugía Bucal (Ed. impresa) , 2004,
Abstract: there are seven published cases in world literature on cartilage in the walls of odontogenic keratocysts. herein is presented one further case with keratin inclusions in the cystic wall, which also bears a cartilaginous component. x-rays, clinical images and pathohistological images are included.
Quiste odontogénico calcificante asociado con odontoma complejo: Presentación de un caso y revisión bibliográfica
Gallana Alvarez,Silvia; Mayorga Jimenez,Francisco; Torres Gómez,Francisco Javier; Avellá Vecino,Francisco Javier; Salazar Fernandez,Clara;
Medicina Oral, Patología Oral y Cirugía Bucal (Ed. impresa) , 2005,
Abstract: we report a calcifying odontogenic cyst associated with odontoma (cocao) and an included permanent canine in the superior maxilla, in a 19 year-old-man. the calcifying odontogenic cyst (coc) was first described as a distinct entity by gorlin et al in 1962. the lesion is a mixed odontogenic benign tumor, and although most of the cases present cystic characteristics, a few are of the solid type (15%), and its rare malignant transformation is well documented. the coc may occur in association with other odontogenic tumors, the most common is the odontoma, occurring in about 24% of the cases. for this association the term odontocalcifying odontogenic cyst has been suggested. radiographically is a well defined mixed lesion and histologically consists of a large cyst. in the central area of the cyst enamel and dentin deposits can be found, irregularly distributed in areas and in other parts it takes on a well defined organoid aspect. a thorough review of literature takes place and the pathogenesis is discussed.
Presentación inusual de un quiste dentigero en paciente pediatrico: Reporte de un caso y revisión de la literaturaRomero Yulis, Jiménez Cecilia. Hernández
Alexis Ganai,Patricia;
Acta Odontológica Venezolana , 2007,
Abstract: the denture quiste it is the most frequent to surround the tooth, it affect the upper caninos and third below molars, the most affected is the male sex, between the second and third decade of life. it is showed a clinic case of a dental jaw quiste with an unusual apparience that suggest a garre?s osteomyelitis cronic in a 7 year female patient, with an evolution of two months. patient was subject to clinical, radiography and hystopatology test to confirm the final diagnostics of the lesion, and its described the clinical approachment in order to become the definitive diagnosis.
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