Diagnosis and treatment of the unicystic ameloblastoma.

Abstract:

:Two cases of unicystic ameloblastoma are presented. The lesions were pain-free and expanded the mandible. They were removed by curettage. Recurrent lesions had similar clinical appearances and histological pictures compared to the original lesions. The unicystic ameloblastoma manifested itself as a cystic cavity without solid neoplastic features, which differs from the solid ameloblastoma with regard to the age of the patients and the rate of recurrence. The behavior of the unicystic ameloblastoma was similar to that of the primordial cyst. Despite the obvious risk of recurrence, conservative treatment with enucleation and curettage seemed to be justified in preference to mutilating radical surgery.

authors

Isacsson G,Andersson L,Forsslund H,Bodin I,Thomsson M

doi

10.1016/s0300-9785(86)80119-3

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

1986-12-01 00:00:00

pages

759-64

issue

6

eissn

0901-5027

issn

1399-0020

journal_volume

15

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