periapical cyst


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periapical cyst

[¦per·ē′ap·ə·kəl ′sist]
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Gupta, "A usual site of AOT presenting as periapical cyst: a rare case report," JIAOMR, vol.
Jones, "Pseudostratified ciliated epithelium in a periapical cyst," Journal of Endodontics, vol.
Residual periapical cyst was included in the entity of periapical cyst (Figure 1).
A clinical diagnosis of periapical cyst was made and lesion was enucleated along with curettage and sent for biopsy.
Periapical cyst formation seems to be induced by an acute inflammatory reaction, (4) although mononuclear cells are commonly found in the inflammatory infiltrate.
Unilocular OKCs can be located periapically, simulating periapical cysts. Surrounding the crown of unerupted teeth, simulating dentigerous cysts; between the roots of teeth, simulating lateral periodontal cysts or lateral radicular cysts; or in the maxillary midline, simulating nasopalatine duct cysts.
By radiographic examination a circumscribed lesion in the apical region of the maxillary right central incisor with presumed periapical cyst and an incomplete apical root formation was observed (Figure 1).
Endoscopically assisted enucleation of a large mandibular periapical cyst. Baltic Dent and Maxillofac J 2011; 13: 128-31.
Differential diagnostic includes dentigerous cyst, periapical cyst, osteo-radio necrosis all these cases excluded by radiology examination mention above.
The radicular cyst, also known as the periapical cyst, is the most common inflammatory cyst.