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* In the present case, provisional diagnose was keratocystic odontogenic tumor (KCOT); an odontogenic tumor.
KCOT surgical treatment may cause the patient to have functional and aesthetic problems.
Radiological differential diagnosis of adenomatoid odontogenic tumor, dentigerous cyst, calcifying odontogenic cyst KCOT calcifying odontogenic tumor, and unicystic ameloblastoma was considered.
The study population included adult patients who underwent mandibular KCOT enucleation involving endoscopy with preoperative virtual 3D mandibular images between May and October 2009.
The lesion was presumed to be a unicystic ameloblastoma and differential diagnoses of dentigerous cyst and KCOT were given.
However, the expression of YAP/TAZ and its downstream proteins in KCOT is still not clear.
Materials and Methods: CBCT images of 28 patients who had histopathologically-confirmed KCOT were retrospectively reviewed from the archives of the Department of Dentomaxillofacial Radiology, Gazi University Faculty of Dentistry.
The ultimate goal of the KCOT branding campaign is to raise awareness of Kane County's wide range of tourism offerings, including its close proximity to three national parks, five national monuments, a renowned National Recreational Area, two state parks and two national forests.
Materials and Methods: Twenty cases each of Ameloblastoma and KCOT were retrieved from the record files along with their paraffin embedded blocks.
Keratocystic odontogenic tumor (KCOT; formerly known as odontogenic keratocyst) is a distinct developmental odontogenic cyst that may be locally aggressive and may be part of the nevoid basal cell carcinoma syndrome (NBCCS, or Gorlin syndrome).
For these reasons, OKC was revised to keratocystic odontogenic tumor (KCOT) in the 2005 WHO classification of head and neck tumours [5] to fit its biologic behavior.
Squamous cell odontogenic carcinomas (WHO1.2.1) are subdivided into 3 subcategories: (1) primary intraosseous carcinomas (WHO1.2.1.2)--solid, (2) carcinomas arising from epithelial lining of odontogenic cyst, and (3) carcinomas arising from benign epithelial odontogenic tumour like KCOT. The exclusionary diagnosis of primary intraosseous squamous cell carcinoma of the mandible is made only after no distant primary site is identified 6 months after treatment [1].