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CEOTs are most often seen as a painless, slow growing swelling.
After digital radiography and MDCT evaluation, we made our first consideration of intraosseous (central) calcified epithelial odontogenic tumour (CEOT).
The CEOT is a rare odontogenic tumor, with an occurrence frequency of 0.1 to 1.8%.
They can originate fromvarious sources, including salivary gland tumors, metastatic renal cell carcinoma, melanotic tumors, and other odontogenic tumors, such as ameloblastoma and CEOT .
Other lesions had a lower incidence, such as myxoma (3%), CCOT (3%), cementoblastoma (2%), COF (1%), and CEOT (1%).
Based on these findings, a histopathologic diagnosis of CEOT was made.
The selected tumors were four cases of follicular ameloblastomas (FA), four of ameloblastic fibro-odontomas (AFO), four of adenomatoid odontogenic tumors (AOT), four of calcifying epithelial odontogenic tumors (CEOT) and four of odontogenic myxomas (OM).
(3) Universidade do Algarve, Faculdade de Ciencias e Tecnologia, Edificio 2, CEOT, Campus de Gambelas, 8005-139, Faro, Portugal
Sin embargo, debemos senalar que no hay unidad de criterio con relacion al CEOT, llegandose incluso a criticarla por contener concepciones eclecticas (Massiris Cabeza 2002).
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The most common pathologies were Dentigerous cyst .Dentigerous cyst which was the most common pathology associated with the impacted mandibular 3rd molar 37.2%, among the cystic lesions OKC was the second most frequently occurring Pathology 30.2%, Ameloblastoma 13.9%, CEOT 6.9%, AOT 4.6%, Odontogenic myxoma 4.6%, Complex Odontome 2.3%.
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