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Odontogenic keratocysts: a clinical and histologic comparison of the parakeratin and orthokeratin variants.
Four hundred forty-nine cases of odontogenic keratocyst (OKC) were separated into three histologic categories: parakeratinized, orthokeratinized, or a combination of the two types. Demographic andExpand
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Comparison between the peripheral ossifying fibroma and peripheral odontogenic fibroma.
This study presents previously unreported data on a series of 400 peripheral ossifying fibromas (POFs) and 13 peripheral odontogenic fibromas (PODFs). The differences between the two lesions areExpand
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Actinic cheilitis: a review of 152 cases.
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to determine whether any clinical or histopathologic variables are associated with the severity of epithelial change in lesions of actinic cheilitis. STUDYExpand
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Nasopalatine duct cyst: an analysis of 334 cases.
The nasopalatine duct cyst (NPDC) is the most common cyst of nonodontogenic origin in the maxilla. However, the information reported about this lesion consists primarily of small surveys and isolatedExpand
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Healing of periapical radiolucencies after nonsurgical endodontic therapy.
Eighty-nine periapical radiolucencies treated by nonsurgical endodontic therapy were evaluated to better understand the healing rates of these lesions. After at least 3 months after treatment,Expand
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Central cementoossifying fibroma of the maxillary sinus: a review of six cases.
We present the radiographic findings of six patients with central cementoossifying fibromas of the maxilla. CT typically demonstrated large, spherical tumors in the maxillary alveolar ridge, fillingExpand
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Intraexaminer and interexaminer reliability in the diagnosis of oral epithelial dysplasia.
OBJECTIVES Pathologists differ in their definition of "dysplasia." This study was done to test the hypothesis that experienced oral pathologists are consistent in diagnosing epithelial dysplasia. Expand
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Cherubism: diagnosis, treatment, and comparison with central giant cell granulomas and giant cell tumors.
An extensive case of cherubism in a 17-year-old girl with no apparent familial history is presented. The rationale for treatment is presented and is compared with previous reports that have advocatedExpand
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Leukoplakia, dysplasia, and malignant transformation.
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Pneumatization of the articular eminence of the temporal bone: prevalence, development, and surgical treatment.
Routine panoramic radiographs of 784 patients were evaluated retrospectively for the presence of pneumatization of the articular eminence of the temporal bone (PAT). The radiographs of eight patientsExpand
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