Cysts regardless of origin once cysts develop in oral maxillofacial region tend to slowly increase in size possibly in response to a slightly elevated hydrostatic luminal pressure 4 cysts of oral region 1 odontogenic cysts 2 non odontogenic cysts 5. First edition published as cysts of the oral regionsby butterworth heinemann 1976 second edition 1983 third edition 1992 fourth edition with amended title published 2007 by blackwell munksgaard library of congress cataloging in publication data shear mervyn cysts of the oral and maxillofacial regions mervyn shear and paul speight 4th ed. Cysts of the oral region study play true cyst a pathological cavity lined by epithelium containing fluid or semi solid material odontogenic cysts dental lamina cyst of the newborn adult gingiva cyst lateral periodontal cyst defunct enamel organ primordial cyst reduced enamel epithelium. Oral and dental cysts come in many varieties here are the four most common periapical cyst also called a radicular cyst this type of dental cyst forms at the base of a tooth as a side effect of untreated tooth pulp infection and nerve death infectious material from the inside of the tooth leaks out into the surrounding tissue causing . Cysts of oral mucosa have similar historical and clinical features as benign mesenchymal and salivary gland tumors and are often included in the differential diagnosis of these benign tumors cysts are typically well circumscribed compressible non tender and slowly growing the overlying mucosa is normal unless traumatized
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