inclusion cyst

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inclusion cyst

[in′klü·zhən ‚sist]
(medicine)
A cyst formed by the implantation of epithelial tissue into another structure.
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Retrorectal developmental cysts in adults: Clinical and radiologic histopathologic review, differential diagnosis, and treatment.
Age Number Developmental cyst Inflammatory cyst DC KOC GC BOC LPC RadC ResC 0-10 14 8 -- -- -- -- 6 -- 11-20 52 11 1 1 -- -- 39 -- 21-30 42 3 6 -- -- 1 31 1 31-40 21 6 -- -- 1 -- 13 1 41-50 16 1 1 -- -- -- 13 1 51-60 2 -- -- -- -- -- 1 1 61-70 4 2 -- -- -- -- 1 1 71-80 1 -- -- -- -- -- 1 -- 80-90 1 -- -- -- -- -- 1 -- Total 153 31 8 1 1 1 106 5 Data are reported as numbers.
5) the other affirms that the lesion is a developmental cyst arising from the remnant of the embryonic nasolacrimal duct due to histopathological similarity to the later.
It appears to represent an uncommon but consistent group of odontogenic developmental cysts that cannot be classified as other established types and should therefore constitute its own clinical entity.
Dentigerous cyst is the most common developmental cyst, estimated to be about 20% of all jaw cysts while radicular cyst is the most common inflammatory jaw cyst.
Odontogenic keratocyst (OKC) is a developmental cyst with specific histopathologic features and clinical behavior.
The clinical presentation is variable, depending on the size and therefore mass effect of the developmental cyst and the presence of infection in the cyst.

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