Lateral periodontal cystlike lesion--a discussion on the so-called botryoid odontogenic cyst.
Case report: diagnosis and treatment of a botryoid odontogenic cyst found in the maxillary anterior region.
Analysis of outcome by histologic type for all patients with localized disease (n = 1674) shows improved EFS for patients with botryoid (80%; 95% confidence interval [CI], 74%-84%) and spindle cell (83%; 95% CI, 77%-87%) RMS compared with typical embryonal RMS (73%; 95% CI, 71%-75%) (P < .
Among patients with high-risk embryonal RMS (n = 234), only 4 were classified as having a botryoid pattern and 5 as having a spindle cell pattern.
In one of these birds (C6), characteristic botryoid
inclusions were detected in the thymus, and the other (C7) exhibited nodular lymphoid hyperplasia and a small number of cytoplasmic inclusion body-like structures in the villous intestinal cells.
variations of lateral periodontal cyst would present with multilocular appearance.
5 Short arm of chromosome 11 abnormalities PAX3/FKHR and PAX7/FKHR fusion transcripts uncommonly present Botryoid
variant of embryonal RMS Deletion of short arm of chromosome 1 Trisomies of chromosomes 13 and 18e Spindle cell RMS No data regarding cytogenetic abnormalities Alveolar RMS t(2;13)(q36;q14) translocation: most cases t(1;13)(p36;q14) translocation: minority of cases PAX3/FKHR fusion transcript (80%-90% of cases) PAX7/FKHR fusion transcript (10%-20% of cases) Table 6.
Some brown-white color-banded chalcedony has been found in the upper workings, as well as green botryoids
with cinnabar inclusions which may be pseudomorphs after melanophlogite.
The Sioux Ajax mine, Mammoth, Juab County, Utah has recently given up about 50 miniature to cabinet-size specimens of aragonite--very pretty ones too, with lustrous, white to colorless acicular crystals of aragonite in delicate sprays to 3 cm perched on pearly white botryoids
of the same species.
Isolated cornwallite botryoids
have also been found with malachite on enargite at the Leonard mine (RJ).
1 mm) black botryoids
of a manganese oxide occur on rock surfaces with apjohnite and destinezite.
Also new from Noril'sk is a white fibrous mineral that occurs in botryoids
up to 1 cm, associated with blocky, colorless to mint-green fluorapophyllite crystals to 5 cm.