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Odontogenic Lesions

  • Odontogenic Lesions

      Odontogenic infections, consisting primarily of dental caries and periodontal disease (gingivitis and periodontitis), are common and have local (eg, tooth loss) and, in some cases, systemic implications.  476 of the 500 lesions (95.2%) were directly attributed to impaired blood flow in the jawbone, tooth, or both, according to histopathological analysis and confirming Cavitat (bone ultrasound) examination. 88 patients were admitted with head and neck infections of which 48 (55 per cent) had an odontogenic origin. Thirty-nine (81 per cent) were of pulpal origin and nine (19 per cent) of pericoronal origin. 


  • Odontogenic Lesions

     Treatment options for odontogenic lesions vary, depending on the type of lesion and stage of growth. In some cases, medications may help, but odontogenic lesions usually require surgical removal. A pathologist examines the removed tissue during surgery and reports a diagnosis within a few minutes, so that the surgeon can act on this information immediately. Current Researches focusing on Evaluation of Amelotin Expression in Benign Odontogenic Tumors, Evaluation of Neoplastic Nature of Keratocystic Odontogenic Tumor Versus Ameloblastoma.


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