A Rare Case of Glandular Odontogenic Cyst With a Breif Review Of Literature


A Rare Case of Glandular Odontogenic Cyst With a Breif Review Of Literature


1Dr. Priyadarshini, 2Dr. Prashant Patil, 3Dr. Vajendra Joshi, 4Dr. Kiran Kumar K R, 5Dr. Shilpa R T, 6Dr. Satyanarayana P
1Oral Medicine & Radiology Navodaya Dental College Raichur.Karnataka. India; 2Professor & Head. Oral Medicine & radiology Navodaya Dental College Raichur.Karnataka. India; 3Professor Oral Medicine & radiology Navodaya Dental College Raichur.Karnataka. India; 4Oral Medicine & radiology Navodaya Dental College Raichur.Karnataka. India; 5Oral Medicine & radiology Navodaya Dental College Raichur.Karnataka. India; 6Reader. Oral Medicine & radiology Navodaya Dental College Raichur.Karnataka. India


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Glandular odontogenic cyst (GOC) is an extremely rare cyst of jaw bone with only 182 cases documented so far in the English literature. GOC is considered to be a locally aggressive lesion with high rate of recurrence. Anterior mandible is the most common site of involvement for GOC, involvement of the maxillary bone which is a rare occurrence. The clinical and radiographic finding of GOC are varied & often pathognomic. As clinical & radiographic findings are overlapping with those of other odontogenic cyst, a careful histopathological examination is needed to arrive at a definite diagnosis of GOC. In the present paper we reported a rare case of GOC in a 23yrs old male involving maxillary bone along with a review of literature focussing on clinical & radiological presentation and treatment outcome.


Keywords: Odontogenic Cyst, Glandular Odontogenic Cyst, Jaws.

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Priyadarshini, Prashant Patil,Vajendra Joshi, Kiran Kumar K R, Shilpa R T, Satyanarayana P. A Rare Case of Glandular Odontogenic Cyst With a Breif Review Of Literature. International Journal of Case Reports, 2019 4:95. DOI: 10.28933/ijcr-2019-07-2906


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