kli at MEDI.NET.HK
Tue Sep 24 02:48:06 PDT 2002
The 3 images are of three different cases.
At 2002/9/24 01:03 AM, you wrote:
>what about eosinophilic granuloma??
>Dr. Pelin Gurdal
>--- AktiStom <aktistom at HOL.GR> wrote:
> > Dear Ken
> > I would not say that this is a cyst or
> > odontogenic tumor. The radiographs
> > show the typical features of malignancy (e.g.
> > squamous cell carcinoma,
> > adenocarcinoma):
> > - destruction of the periodontal bone support
> > around the molars
> > - loss of the antral floor
> > -replacement of bone by soft tissue
> > Dr. Kostas Syriopoulos
> > Dept. of Oral Radiology
> > ACTA, Amsterdam
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Ken LI" <kli at MEDI.NET.HK>
> > To: <ORADLIST at listserv.ucla.edu>
> > Sent: Saturday, September 21, 2002 9:27 PM
> > Subject: Your opinions
> > > Lesions for your opinions:
> > > Attached three radiographs for your opinions,
> > please give some
> > differential
> > > dx just based on the x-ray appearance.
> > > They are supposed to be some kind of
> > odontogenic tumours or cysts.
> > > Many thanks.
> > > Ken
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