Minimally invasive surgical approach in a large mandibular solitary cyst: case report and review of the literature.

A. E. Borgonovo, C. M. Tafuro, R. Censi, P. Poli, C. Maiorana

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Solitary bone cyst (SBC) is an intraosseus radiolucent lesions that defers from real cysts for the fact that peripheral epithelial lining is totally absent. It could be classified as a psudocyst and occurs most frequently in young patients. In most cases SBC doesn't cause symptoms and it is often diagnosed accidentally during routine radiographic examination. A right diagnosis of this disease is also complicated because there are no pathognomonic radiographic signs and symptoms: so this form of pseudocyst is often misdiagnosed as a common odontogenic cyst. Despite numerous studies, the pathogenesis of the SBC is not yet established: the most widely accepted theory is that it could be the result of an intramedullary necrosis determined by a trauma. In this article we report a case of SBC in child treated with a minimal surgical approach. This new kind of treatment is much more conservative than the traditional one, it can be performed as outpatients, under local anesthesia and with few postoperative discomfort: For these reasons this minimal invasive technique appears to be particulary suitable for pediatric patients.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)239-245
Number of pages7
JournalMinerva Stomatologica
Volume61
Issue number5
Publication statusPublished - May 2012

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Bone Cysts
Odontogenic Cysts
Local Anesthesia
Diagnostic Errors
Signs and Symptoms
Cysts
Necrosis
Outpatients
Pediatrics
Wounds and Injuries

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Minimally invasive surgical approach in a large mandibular solitary cyst : case report and review of the literature. / Borgonovo, A. E.; Tafuro, C. M.; Censi, R.; Poli, P.; Maiorana, C.

In: Minerva Stomatologica, Vol. 61, No. 5, 05.2012, p. 239-245.

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