Pindborg

Pind·borg

(pind'bōrg),
Jens J., Danish oral pathologist, 1921-1995. See: Pindborg tumor.
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The keratocystic odontogenic tumour (KCOT) was first described by Philipsen in 19561 and its attributes were outlined by Pindborg and Hansen.
Later in 1955, Dutch pathologist Jens Jorgen Pindborg recognized it as a distinct entity.
12) When features are not classical, the tumor can mimic ameloblastoma, Pindborg tumor, fibrous dysplasia, ossifying fibroma and even osteosarcoma when the tumor perforates the cortex with the formation of multiple, radiating spicules giving a sunburst appearance.
Andreasen JO, Pindborg JJ, Hjorting Hansen E, Axell T.
Se destaca el estudio de Pindborg (18), quien presenta la primera clasificacion de las manifestaciones orales, agrupadas para esa epoca segun el agente etiologico en infecciones fungicas, bacterianas, virales, trastornos neurologicos, lesiones neoplasicas y un gran grupo de lesiones de etiologia desconocida, donde se colocaban todas aquellas entidades hasta ahora desconocidas (5,17).
OSCCs were graded as well, moderate and poorly differentiated using Smith and Pindborg criteria.
Histopathologically the tissue was fixed, processed and graded according to Sirsat and Pindborg (1967)6 classification by a panel of three oral pathologists.
Pindborg described 4 stages of oral submucous fibrosis based on histological findings: very early stage, early stage, moderately advanced stage and advanced stage3.
Effiom et al, reportaron que histologicamente presenta tejidos de estructuras dentales, constituido por epitelio con un estroma fibroso, mostrando variaciones dentro lo cuales se reportan: ameloblastoma folicular, plexiforme, acantomatoso, de celulas granulosas y basales, (12) Reichart et al, en un estudio describen una clasificacion segun la Organizacion Mundial de la Salud la cual lo clasifica histologicamente en: desmoplasico, uniquistico, multiquistico o solido, extraoseo o periferico, (13) Los diagnosticos diferenciales a considerar frente al ameloblastoma implican el quiste dentigero, tumor odontogenico queratoquisitico, mixoma, tumor de Pindborg, granuloma central de celulas gigantes, carcinoma ameoblastico, entre otros (14,15)
1,2,3,4) En 1963, Pindborg, Philipsen y Herriksen establecieron criterios histologicos y caracterizaron su comportamiento clinico especifico.
Dabelsteen E, Roed-Petersen B, Smith CJ, Pindborg JJ.