Radiographic revelation of an unusual inflammatory odontogenic cysts of mandible
Inflammatory odontogenic cysts are group of lesions which has propensity to occur in any jaw, at the site of persisting odontogenic infection with radicular cysts and periodontal cysts as its common entity. However, most of them share a common treatment modalities like removal of pulpal or periodontal pathologies followed by surgical enucleation or marsupilization of the cysts where radiographic and histopathological evaluation plays a promising role not only in treatment planning but also to evaluate prognosis. Here, in these article we are presenting such an unusual occurrence of two adjacent inflammatory and non-specific inflammatory odontogenic cysts.
Keywords: Inflammatory odontogenic cysts, Non-specific inflammatory odontogenic cysts, OPG, Adjacent occurrence, Enucleation, Endodontic treatment.