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Odontogenic Keratocyst

Chandler NCC - MedPix

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Affiliation: Tripler Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Odontogenic Keratocyst

History: 26 year old female with a history of possible "maxillary cyst" that causes intermittent drainage into her posterior oral cavity. Prior oral surgery workup was negative by report.

Findings: Axial and coronal CT imgages demonstrate an expansile, cystic lesin within the left maxillary sinus. This lesion has areas of dense calcification (tooth-like) and soft tissue components. The lesion has caused bony remodeling of the sinus walls and has expanded into the osteomeatal unit, and protruding into the nasal cavity. Mucoperiosteal thickening is also present in the left ethmoid, sphenoid and left frontal sinuses.

Ddx: Odontogenic cysts -Follicular cysts -Periodontal cysts -Odontogenic keratocysts -Calcifying odontogenic cysts Fissural Cysts Odontogenic tumors -ameloblastoma -odontoma -fibromyxoma

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cystic lesion within the left maxillary sinus with dense calcification (tooth-like) and soft tissue components. The lesion has caused bony remodeling of the sinus walls and has expanded into the osteomeatal unit, protruding into the nasal cavity
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Odontogenic Keratocyst

Chandler NCC - MedPix

cystic lesion within the left maxillary sinus with dense calcification (tooth-like) and soft tissue components. The lesion has caused bony remodeling of the sinus walls and has expanded into the osteomeatal unit, protruding into the nasal cavity
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MPX1472_synpic19582: cystic lesion within the left maxillary sinus with dense calcification (tooth-like) and soft tissue components. The lesion has caused bony remodeling of the sinus walls and has expanded into the osteomeatal unit, protruding into the nasal cavity

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Tripler Army Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Odontogenic Keratocyst

History: 26 year old female with a history of possible "maxillary cyst" that causes intermittent drainage into her posterior oral cavity. Prior oral surgery workup was negative by report.

Findings: Axial and coronal CT imgages demonstrate an expansile, cystic lesin within the left maxillary sinus. This lesion has areas of dense calcification (tooth-like) and soft tissue components. The lesion has caused bony remodeling of the sinus walls and has expanded into the osteomeatal unit, and protruding into the nasal cavity. Mucoperiosteal thickening is also present in the left ethmoid, sphenoid and left frontal sinuses.

Ddx: Odontogenic cysts -Follicular cysts -Periodontal cysts -Odontogenic keratocysts -Calcifying odontogenic cysts Fissural Cysts Odontogenic tumors -ameloblastoma -odontoma -fibromyxoma

Exam: N/A

No MeSH data available.