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Gorlin – Goltz syndrome: An often missed diagnosis

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Gorlin-Goltz syndrome due to its high variability in expression are often not diagnosed as the syndrome and often managed same as that of odontogenic keratocyst. But a more careful approach for the syndrome is needed as there is high chance of malignant changes owing to improper management of the syndrome. In this manuscript a case report of Gorlin-Goltz syndrome with the diagnostic features of the same in Indian population along with the difference in treatment protocol from treating an odontogenic keratocyst is described with review of literature

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Figure 9: Cone beam computed tomography-three-dimensional view

Mentions: Cone beam computed tomography taken for the patient revealed the maxillary lesions extending almost half of the maxillary sinus with penetration of the posterior antral wall in the right side [Figures 7–9].


Gorlin – Goltz syndrome: An often missed diagnosis
Cone beam computed tomography-three-dimensional view
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Figure 9: Cone beam computed tomography-three-dimensional view
Mentions: Cone beam computed tomography taken for the patient revealed the maxillary lesions extending almost half of the maxillary sinus with penetration of the posterior antral wall in the right side [Figures 7–9].

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

ABSTRACT

Gorlin-Goltz syndrome due to its high variability in expression are often not diagnosed as the syndrome and often managed same as that of odontogenic keratocyst. But a more careful approach for the syndrome is needed as there is high chance of malignant changes owing to improper management of the syndrome. In this manuscript a case report of Gorlin-Goltz syndrome with the diagnostic features of the same in Indian population along with the difference in treatment protocol from treating an odontogenic keratocyst is described with review of literature

No MeSH data available.