Nasolabial cyst: diagnosis mainly based on topography?

@article{Graamans1983NasolabialCD,
  title={Nasolabial cyst: diagnosis mainly based on topography?},
  author={Kees Graamans and M E van Zanten},
  journal={Rhinology},
  year={1983},
  volume={21 3},
  pages={
          239-49
        }
}
The nasolabial cyst is described in three patients and literature is shortly reviewed. The condition manifests itself by a smooth, fluctuating swelling in the nasolabial fold next to the ala of the nose. This clinical manifestation represents the most important criterion for diagnosis. Histopathology and cytologic findings are of minor importance for diagnostic purposes. Etiology is still uncertain. According to the most accepted theory the lesion has to be classified among the fissural cysts… CONTINUE READING

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