Lotfi Benslama

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Non odontogenic epithelial cyst, again called fissurary cyst, are dysembryophasic cyst of maxillary, they are born throughout the sutures line of faces. Their diagnosis is raising again association of clinic symptom, especially complementary examination and in particular dental vitality test. Their treatment is surgical. Around 14 cysts fissurary have been(More)
BACKGROUND Lymphomatoid Papulosis (LP) is a chronic dermatosis progressing by flare-up. According to the WHO-EORTC classification, LP is a form of CD30+ primitive cutaneous lympho-proliferation. Mucosal lesions are rare, with 15 published cases. We report two new cases of oral localizations, without any cutaneous involvement. PATIENTS AND METHODS Two(More)
Pain, a major symptom of stomatological disease, usually leads to a specialist consultation. Most commonly it is caused by dental caries and differs in nature and in intensity according to the stage of disease: dentinitis, pulpitis, desmodontitis and dental abscess. Added to this is peridental pain and the pre- and post-operative pains related to these(More)
Infectious stomatitis is bacterial essentially when of dental origin, the viral forms most often causing a vesicular and erosive stomatitis, and fungal secondary to a modification of the oral commensal flora. The diagnosis is often clinical with the lesions being of characteristic appearance and arising in a suggestive context. When the appearance is less(More)
INTRODUCTION Kimura's disease is an inflammatory and autoimmune disease that is endemic in Middle East and Asian countries but remains rare in Europe. It usually presents as subcutaneous nodules combined with cervical lymphadenopathies in the cervicofacial region. The oral mucosa localization is extremely rare. We report for the first time a case of hard(More)