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Cystic luminal area is filled with areas of hemorrhage and inflammatory cells. Tell me about the treatment

my wife was suffering from dentigerous cyst and the biopspy show hte basal cells of the epithelium show columnarto cuboidal shape.the superficial cells show abnormal keratinization with formation of ghost cells . The cystic luminal area is filled with areas of hemorrhage and inflammatory cells
Asked On : Mon, 24 May 2010
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Dentigerous cysts develop from follicular epithelium, and follicular epithelium has greater potential for growth, differentiation, and degeneration. Occasionally, other more ominous lesions arise within the walls of the dentigerous cyst, including mucoepidermoid carcinoma arising from mucous cells within the cyst walls, ameloblastoma and squamous cell carcinoma. dentigerous cysts also can become quite large and can place the patient at risk for pathologic jaw fracture. Please follow your surgeon's advise regarding surgery. Surgery becomes necessary keeping in mind the complications of the cyst if left untreated.
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