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Radiology: Exam #2

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Ameloblastic Fibroma

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Ameloblastoma

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Ameloblastoma

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... Ameloblastoma

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This is just what a buccal bifurcation cyst looks like.


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A benign neoplasm
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Ameloblastoma but could say it is a Giant Cell Granuloma or an Odontogenic Keratocyst

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Aggressive periodontal disease classifications?

- Juvenile periodontitis - Papillon-Lefevre syndrome* - Hypophosphotasia - Neutropenias* - Leukocyte adhesion deficiency - Chediak-Higashi syndrome - Down's syndrome

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Amelogenesis imperfecta

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Calcifying cystic odontogenic tumor

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Amelogenesis imperfecta

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cemental dysplasia cementoma cementoosseous dysplasia

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Amelogenesis imperfecta
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cementoosseous dysplasia cemental dysplasia cementoma

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Basal cell nevus syndrome Gorlin-Goltz syndrome Nevoid Basal Cell Carcinoma Syndrome Bisphosphonate associated osteonecrosis

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cementoosseous dysplasia cemental dysplasia cementoma It seems like there is a mixture of class I, class III and maybe even a class III.

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Chondrosarcoma

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Complex odontoma

Similar to osteosarcoma, but it has less calcification 1:1 Mandible:Maxilla Mandible: Symphysis, coronoid or condyle Maxilla: Septal Area Has scattered appearance
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Complex odontoma

Chronic periapical inflammation

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Compound odontoma

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Complex Odontoma

Condensing Osteitis sclerosing osteitis periostitis

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Complex odontoma
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If you see this the tooth is dead or dying and needs endo treatment Condensing Osteitis Sclerosing Osteitis periostitis

Root tip may be resorbed with this type of defect

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Defeine: 1-walled defect Define: 2-walled defect Define: 3-walled defect Define: advanced adult periodontitis

When both plates have been lost When 1 of the plates has been resorbed Surrounded by 3 bony walls when buccal and lingual cortical plates remain LOA >6mm PD > 6mm Horizontal and vertical alveolar bone loss > 5mm Class II and III furcation Significant tooth mobility

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Dentigerous cyst

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Dentigerous cyst

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Dens evaginatus

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Dentin Dysplasia

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Dens in Dente

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Dentinogenesis imperfecta

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Dentinogenesis imperfecta

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Dens in dente

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Diagnosis of periodontitis includes _________ and __________. Dilaceration

clinical; radiographic findings

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Dilaceration

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Features of mild adult periodontitis? Features of moderate adult periodontitis?

LOA <3mm (20%) PD 3-5mm Alveolar crestal bone loss <2mm Class I furcation LOA 4-5mm Horizontal and vertical bone loss 3-5mm Class II furcation Mobile teeth Possible interdental craters

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Florid cementoosseous dysplasia

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Does the earliest mild destructive lesions in bone cause a sufficient change in detectable density? Enamel Pearl Enameloma

No

Note the multiple mixed radiopaque and radiolucent lesions extending across both the maxilla and mandible
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Gemination

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exostosis

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Giant Cell Granuloma

Focus on the radiopacities in the lower right of the screen


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External root resorption


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Giant cell Granuloma

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External root resorption

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Giant cell granuloma

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Hypodontia

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Giant Cell Granuloma but could also say ameloblastoma

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Idiopathic osteosclerosis

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Hypercementosis Defect where dense bone forms for no apparent reason


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Incisive canal cyst

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Hypercementosis

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Hyperdontia

Incisive canal cyst Nasopalatine Canal Cyst

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Hyperdontia Most cases of this between 40-50 yrs. old Occasionally root resorption occurs
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Internal root resorption

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Internal root resorption

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Macrodont

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Lateral Periodontal cyst


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Mesiodens

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Lateral periodontal cyst

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Microdont

75% are in the premolar region of the mandible


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Mucoepidermoid Carcinoma

Lateral periodontal cyst This seldom will displace teeth twice as likely in the mandible as in the maxilla
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Odontogenic Keratocyst

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Lymphoma

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Odontogenic keratocyst

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Osteomyelitis

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Osteonecrosis

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Odontogenic Keratocyst but could say it is a Giant Cell Granuloma or Ameloblastoma

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Osteosarcoma

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Odontogenic Myxoma Note the sunray spicules on the left picture suggesting this is a malignant neoplasm
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Osteosarcoma

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Odontogenic Myxoma
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Male more than femal Mandible more than Maxilla Periapical granuloma

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Ossigying periostitis or periapical rarefying osteitis

Synonyms for chronic periapical inflammation

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Periapical granuloma

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Periapical radiolucency

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Principles of bitewing radiographs? Progression of periodontitis Radicular Cyst

1. no overlapping proximal contacts 2. no overlapping roots of adjacent teeth 3. no overlapping of buccal and lingual molar cusps 1. Inflammation 2. CT breakdown 3. Alveolar bone loss

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Periapical scar

Epicenter is at the base of the tooth


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Radicular Cyst

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Periodontal abscess

This is the most common cyst in the jaws They arise from non-vital teeth They arise from rest of malassez Asymptomatic unless secondary infection occurs
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Periodontal abscess

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Radicular cyst Dental Cyst Periapical Cyst

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Presence of ___________ indicates good supporting bone; it's absence _________ signify pathology Prevalence of periodontitis in the US:

lamina dura; doesn't always

60% of these are in maxilla around the incisors and the tooth is non-vital 23%

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Regional odontodysplasia

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Supraeruption

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Regional odontodysplasia

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Supraeruption

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Residual cyst

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Taurodontism

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Residual Cysts

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Taurodontism

Left behind after the tooth is taken out


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Socket sclerosis

This is an early ameloblastoma Differential Diagnosis: Lateral Periodontal cyst Radicular Cyst Other odontogenic tumors

Name all of the differential diagnosis that could apply here

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Transposition

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What are early radiographic changes seen in periodontitis?

1. Blunting of interdental septae on the anteriors 2. Loss of "crestal cortication" 3. Loss of sharp angles from crest to lamina dura 0.5-2.0mm

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What is the proper height of alveolar crest to the CEJ? Widening of PDL

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