Odontogenic Cysts

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Inflammatory Radicular cyst (Apical, lateral, and residual cyst) Paradental cyst (Inflammatory collateral, mandibular infected buccal, or buccal bifurcation) Developmental Dentigerous (follicular) cyst Eruption cyst Gingival cysts of infants (newborn) Calcifying…

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Sarcoma: Bony Lesion

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Fig. 40.1 Frequency of primary sites of osteosarcoma according to age. (Data obtained from SEER 17 database) [30] Clinical Presentation When all HNOS, pediatric and adult, are considered together, tumors…

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Retinoblastoma

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Fig. 37.1 3-year-old boy presenting with left leukocoria A small proportion of patients with bilateral disease (5–6 %) carry a deletion involving the 13q14 locus, which is large enough to be…

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Salivary Gland Tumors

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Primary author (year of publication) Study duration (years) Pediatric malignancies (number) Castro 1972 34 19 Dahlqvist 1982 22 9 Byers 1884 37 26 Baker 1985 25 13 Shikhani 1988 30…

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Venous Malformations

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Fig. 45.1 Venous malformation, neck. a Intramuscular VM composed of large, irregular, thin-walled channels. A phlebolith is indicated by arrows. b The channels vary in size and are arranged back…

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Dermoid: Head and Neck

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Fig. 14.1 Dermoid age presentation Embryology Three proposed etiologies [1, 3] Acquired implantation. Traumatic implantation of skin into the deeper layers resulting in formation of a dermal cyst lined with…

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Langerhans Cell Histiocytosis

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Fig. 26.1 Typical involvement of the scalp by LCH in a young child, showing an erythematous plaque with significant desquamation and scaling Children under 3 years of age are more…

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Thyroid Tumors

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Fig. 44.1 Histopathology of papillary carcinoma. a Distinct branching papillae with delicate fibrovascular cores and occasional psammoma bodies (arrow). b Nuclei are typically large, crowded (on top of each other),…

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Hemangiomas

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Fig. 24.1 Types of vascular tumors. a Two-month-old female child with a superficial infantile hemangioma (IH) of the cheek. b Five-month-old female child with a deep IH without overlying skin…

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