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The effectiveness of decompression for patients with dentigerous cysts, keratocystic odontogenic tumors, and unicystic ameloblastoma.

Park HS, Song IS, Seo BM, Lee JH, Kim MJ - J Korean Assoc Oral Maxillofac Surg (2014)

Bottom Line: However, there was a statistically meaningful relationship between the initial size of the lesion and the absolute velocity of shrinkage in the DC group (P=0.02, R=0.65) and the KTOC group (P=0.02, R=0.56).There was also a significant relationship between the age of the patient and the absolute velocity of shrinkage in the KTOC group (P=0.04, R=0.45) and the UA group (P=0.04, R=0.46).However, the age of the patient and the initial size of the lesion showed a significant relationship with the velocity of shrinkage.

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Affiliation: Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Dental Research Institute, Seoul National University Dental Hospital, Seoul, Korea.

ABSTRACT

Objectives: The aim of this study was to verify the clinical effectiveness of decompression in decreasing the size of a cyst. In addition to the different types of cysts, we tried to reveal what effect host factors, such as the initial size of the lesion and the age of the patient, have on the velocity of cyst shrinkage.

Materials and methods: With the aid of a panoramic view, we measured the size of the cysts before and after decompression in 13 dentigerous cysts (DCs), 14 keratocystic odontogenic tumors (KTOCs), and 5 unicystic ameloblastoma (UA) cases. The velocity of shrinkage in the three cystic groups was calculated. Relationships between the age of the patient, the initial size of the cyst, and the shrinkage velocity were investigated.

Results: The three types of cysts showed no inter-type differences in their velocity of shrinkage. However, there was a statistically meaningful relationship between the initial size of the lesion and the absolute velocity of shrinkage in the DC group (P=0.02, R=0.65) and the KTOC group (P=0.02, R=0.56). There was also a significant relationship between the age of the patient and the absolute velocity of shrinkage in the KTOC group (P=0.04, R=0.45) and the UA group (P=0.04, R=0.46).

Conclusion: There was no difference in the decrease in size due to decompression among the different types of cysts. However, the age of the patient and the initial size of the lesion showed a significant relationship with the velocity of shrinkage.

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The relationship between the age of patients and the velocity of shrinkage in the two cystic lesion groups. A. Relationship between the age and the relative velocity of shrinkage in the UA group (P=0.04, R=0.46). B. Relationship between the age and the absolute velocity of shrinkage in the KTOC group (P=0.04, R=0.45). (UA: unicystic ameloblastoma, KTOC: keratocystic odontogenic tumor)
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Figure 3: The relationship between the age of patients and the velocity of shrinkage in the two cystic lesion groups. A. Relationship between the age and the relative velocity of shrinkage in the UA group (P=0.04, R=0.46). B. Relationship between the age and the absolute velocity of shrinkage in the KTOC group (P=0.04, R=0.45). (UA: unicystic ameloblastoma, KTOC: keratocystic odontogenic tumor)

Mentions: Some of the host factors seemed to contribute to the process of healing after decompression. The age of the patient showed a statistically significant correlation with the relative velocity of shrinkage in the UA group only (P=0.04, R=0.46).(Fig. 3. A) In the KTOC group, the absolute velocity of shrinkage was significantly associated with the age of the patient (P=0.04, R=0.45).(Fig. 3. B)


The effectiveness of decompression for patients with dentigerous cysts, keratocystic odontogenic tumors, and unicystic ameloblastoma.

Park HS, Song IS, Seo BM, Lee JH, Kim MJ - J Korean Assoc Oral Maxillofac Surg (2014)

The relationship between the age of patients and the velocity of shrinkage in the two cystic lesion groups. A. Relationship between the age and the relative velocity of shrinkage in the UA group (P=0.04, R=0.46). B. Relationship between the age and the absolute velocity of shrinkage in the KTOC group (P=0.04, R=0.45). (UA: unicystic ameloblastoma, KTOC: keratocystic odontogenic tumor)
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Figure 3: The relationship between the age of patients and the velocity of shrinkage in the two cystic lesion groups. A. Relationship between the age and the relative velocity of shrinkage in the UA group (P=0.04, R=0.46). B. Relationship between the age and the absolute velocity of shrinkage in the KTOC group (P=0.04, R=0.45). (UA: unicystic ameloblastoma, KTOC: keratocystic odontogenic tumor)
Mentions: Some of the host factors seemed to contribute to the process of healing after decompression. The age of the patient showed a statistically significant correlation with the relative velocity of shrinkage in the UA group only (P=0.04, R=0.46).(Fig. 3. A) In the KTOC group, the absolute velocity of shrinkage was significantly associated with the age of the patient (P=0.04, R=0.45).(Fig. 3. B)

Bottom Line: However, there was a statistically meaningful relationship between the initial size of the lesion and the absolute velocity of shrinkage in the DC group (P=0.02, R=0.65) and the KTOC group (P=0.02, R=0.56).There was also a significant relationship between the age of the patient and the absolute velocity of shrinkage in the KTOC group (P=0.04, R=0.45) and the UA group (P=0.04, R=0.46).However, the age of the patient and the initial size of the lesion showed a significant relationship with the velocity of shrinkage.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Dental Research Institute, Seoul National University Dental Hospital, Seoul, Korea.

ABSTRACT

Objectives: The aim of this study was to verify the clinical effectiveness of decompression in decreasing the size of a cyst. In addition to the different types of cysts, we tried to reveal what effect host factors, such as the initial size of the lesion and the age of the patient, have on the velocity of cyst shrinkage.

Materials and methods: With the aid of a panoramic view, we measured the size of the cysts before and after decompression in 13 dentigerous cysts (DCs), 14 keratocystic odontogenic tumors (KTOCs), and 5 unicystic ameloblastoma (UA) cases. The velocity of shrinkage in the three cystic groups was calculated. Relationships between the age of the patient, the initial size of the cyst, and the shrinkage velocity were investigated.

Results: The three types of cysts showed no inter-type differences in their velocity of shrinkage. However, there was a statistically meaningful relationship between the initial size of the lesion and the absolute velocity of shrinkage in the DC group (P=0.02, R=0.65) and the KTOC group (P=0.02, R=0.56). There was also a significant relationship between the age of the patient and the absolute velocity of shrinkage in the KTOC group (P=0.04, R=0.45) and the UA group (P=0.04, R=0.46).

Conclusion: There was no difference in the decrease in size due to decompression among the different types of cysts. However, the age of the patient and the initial size of the lesion showed a significant relationship with the velocity of shrinkage.

No MeSH data available.


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