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Path Ch. 5 Cysts
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an abnormal, pathologic sac or cavity lined by epithelium and surrounded by fibrous connective tissue
the MOST common cyst in the oral cavity and caused by pulpal inflammation. Dev. from preexisting periapical granuloma found at the apex of a nonvital tooth. ALWAYS assoc. with nonvital tooth.
Radicular cyst (periapical cyst)
Periapical cyst that remains AFTER extraction of the offending tooth
Related to tooth development
not related to tooth development
oral cysts that are within the bone
cysts that occur in soft tissue
Name odontogenic cysts that are intraosseous?
Lateral periodontal cyst
Name 2 odontogenic cysts that are extraosseous?
eruption cyst and gingival cyst
Name 4 nonodontogenic cysts that are intraosseous?
Nasopalatine duct cyst
Median palatal cyst
Median mandibular cyst
AKA Follicular Cyst; forms around the crown of an unerupted or developing tooth. 2ND MOST COMMON odontogenic cyst
Similar to a dentigerous cyst; Found in soft tissue around the crown of the erupting tooth. Can be seen in decidous teeth and permanent teeth, but MOST COMMONLY associated with the first permanent molars and incisors
This cyst is MOST COMMONLY found in place of the 3rd molar or posterior to an erupted 3rd molar.Originates from remnants and degeneration of the enamel organ. Most often seen in the young adult.
Odontogenic deveopmental cyst that is characterized by its unique histologic appearance and frequent recurrence
Cyst Developmental nonagressive cystic lesion lined by odontogenic epithelium that closely resembles the epithelium of the odontogenic tumor called an ameloblastoma. Has a characteristic feauture of GHOST CELLS
It is named for its location; Most often seen in the mandibular cuspid and premolar area. Presents as an aymptomatic, unilocular or multiocular radiolucent lesion located on the lateral aspect of the tooth root
Lateral Periodontal Cyst
Exhibits the same type of epithelial lining as the lateral periodontal cyst and is located on soft tissue of the same area. Appears as a SMALL BULGE or swelling of the attached gingiva or inter-dental papillae
AKA incisive canal cyst, located withing the nasopalatine canal or the incisive papilla. Referred to as the cyst of the palatine papilla (often radiolicent heart shaped)
Nasopalatine canal cyst
appears as a well-defined uniocular radiolucency and is located in the midline of the hard palate (more posterior form of nasopalatine canal cyst)
median palatine cyst
PEAR shaped radiolucency found between the roots of the maxillary lateral incisor and cuspid
Rare lesion, located in the midline of the mandible. Treated by surgical removal and prognosis is good and recurrence is rare
median mandibular cyst
Soft tissue cyst with no alveolar bone involvement
AKA branchial left cyst, located on the lateral neck at the anterior border of the sternocleidomastoid muscle.
CERVICAL LYPHOEPITHELIAL CYST
Raised nodule in the skin of the face or neck
not a true cyst bc its not a pathologic cavity and is not lined with epithelium often referred to as pseudocyst
static bone cyst aka lingual mand. bone concavity or Stafne bone defect
Pseudocyst that consists of blood-filled spaces surrounded by mutinucleated giant cells and fibrous connective tissue. This radiolucent lesion had a multiocular appearance like a" honeycomb" or a "soap bubble"
Aneurysmal bone cyst
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