Clinical Cases. Gurminder Sidhu BDS, DDS, MS, Diplomate of ABOMR Director of Radiology services Dept. of Dental Practice. CASE 1. 30 year old female presented for regular dental check up. On Radiographic examination You find…. CASE 1.
Gurminder Sidhu BDS, DDS, MS, Diplomate of ABOMR
Director of Radiology services
Dept. of Dental Practice
for regular dental check up.
On Radiographic examination
Can have three stages radiolucent,
mixed or completely radiopaque.
Common in middle aged women specially
Afro-American. Associated teeth are vital.
Periapical Cemento-osseous dysplasia.
radiolucent and radiopaque stage with simple bone cyst arising within the lesions of cemento-osseous dysplasia.
Submandibular salivary gland fossa
Dentigerous cyst: The epicenter of dentigerous cyst is coronal to the crown of
the involved tooth. The cyst is attached at CEJ but when it enlarges the tooth appears
to be within the cyst. Dentigerous cyst is completely radiolucent and is well
defined and corticated. It can resorb and displace adjacent teeth. Usually displace the
associated tooth in an apical direction. 3rd molars may be displaced to the condylar or
coronoid process or to the inferior border of the mandible.
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35 year old male presented with rapidly growing swelling in mandibular posterior area. On clinical exam the teeth in the area are loose and overlying mucosa is erythematous with small area of ulceration. Pt. complains of pain in the area.
54 year old male presents with the chief complaint of loose teeth. On radiographic examination there is a radiolucent area present in the mandibular right premolar-molar area.
58 year old female complains of pain of 2 years duration. Pain is not relieved by any pain medication. Intra-oral examination WNL.
82 year old patient with a history of breast cancer presents for routine dental exam.