odontogenic tumors

odontogenic tumors,

n.pl See tumors.
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Primordial odontogenic tumor (POT) has been included as a new entity in a recent WHO (2017) classification of odontogenic tumors under benign mixed mesenchymal and epithelial tumors.
Lesion location and distribution within the jaw is also important, as odontogenic tumors are in approximation with the root apex or crown of a tooth and are more focal.
We found a statistically significant difference in the ratio of Ki67-positive cells in the entire layer between the keratocystic odontogenic tumors and both the dentigerous cysts and the radicular cysts.
8% of all odontogenic tumors, ranking them third among odontogenic tumors (3).
Odontogenic tumors in Mexico: a collaborative retrospective study of 349 cases Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol Endod 1997; 84: 672-5.
8] The peripheral odontogenic fibroma must be differentiated histologically from POF, which is a reactive lesion, and from the peripheral ameloblastoma and the calcifying epithelial odontogenic tumor which are benign odontogenic tumors.
Based on the diagnostic criteria, biological behavior and diversity of the odontogenic lesions, different classification plans have been established however, the World Health Organization's histological typing of odontogenic tumors, updated in 2005, has an upper edge over the other and still in use for classification of odontogenic lesions.
Purpose: The aim of this retrospective study is to determine the radiological features of keratocystic odontogenic tumors (KCOT) using cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT).
It has been speculated that odontogenic tumors are associated with development of mandibular permanent incisors because they appear at an early age (Tetens et al.
The disruptions in the BMP expression may lead to the formation of odontogenic tumors, including denticles [13].
Objective: To determine calretinin expression by immunohistochemistry in ameloblastoma and keratocystic odontogenic tumors (KCOT) and to document the use of calretinin as a differentiating marker between the two lesions.
They detail developmental and acquired abnormalities of the teeth, the pathology of dental caries, periodontal diseases, inflammatory disorders of the jaw, cysts of the oral and maxillofacial region, odontogenic tumors, fibrocemento-osseous lesions and related conditions, soft tissue and bone tumors, diseases of the maxillary antrum, salivary gland disorders, xerostomia, potentially malignant disorders, oral cancer, recurrent oral ulceration, vesiculobullous disorders, infections of the oral mucosa, connective tissue diseases, chronic facial pain, temporomandibular joint disorders, forensic dentistry, laboratory investigations and their interpretation, imaging, and tobacco use prevention and cessation.