Histological Typing of Odontogenic Tumours (WHO. World by Ivor R.H. Kramer

By Ivor R.H. Kramer

This new version is largely illustrated with photomicro- graphs in color, including medical radiographs and images of operation specimens the place those aid to teach the targeted positive factors of varied lesions.

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At the margins the tumour sometimesextendsirregularlyinto the bone,so that the lesion appears invasive, but recurrence is very rare. Only a few malignantexampleshavebeenreported. A small number of casesof an apparentlyidentical tumour have been reported in the mandible and in severalother parts of the body. 1 "Gingival Cysts" of Infants (Epstein Pearls) Small cystsarisingfrom epithelialcell restsin the alveolarmucosaof infants. They are white or yellow nodulesand are found over the future tooth-bearins areaof the alveolarmucosa.

The cyst doesnot arisewithin the bone,but may causesuperficial erosion of the outer surfaceof the maxilla. Radiographically,it may not be recognizedunlessdemonstratedby injection of radiopaque material. The most likely origin of the nasolabialcyst is thought to be remnants of the embryonic nasolacrimalduct or the lower anterior portion of the mature duct. There may be localizedareasof squamous epithelium or cuboidal epithelium. Now, however, it is generally believed that the grooves between the processesare not eliminated by side-to-side fusion, and that epithelium is unlikely to become trapped.

At the margins the tumour sometimesextendsirregularlyinto the bone,so that the lesion appears invasive, but recurrence is very rare. Only a few malignantexampleshavebeenreported. A small number of casesof an apparentlyidentical tumour have been reported in the mandible and in severalother parts of the body. 1 "Gingival Cysts" of Infants (Epstein Pearls) Small cystsarisingfrom epithelialcell restsin the alveolarmucosaof infants. They are white or yellow nodulesand are found over the future tooth-bearins areaof the alveolarmucosa.

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