Cystic Expansile Masses of the Maxilla: Differential ...

Twenty cases of maxillary sinus mucoceles (17 cases of postoperativemucoceles after Caldwell-Lucprocedures, 2 cases of mucocelesthat arose inseptated compartments of the maxillary sinuses, and 1 case of maxillary antral mucocele secondary to ostialob-struction), 4 cases ofodontogenic cyst (2 dentigerous ...


OD17-17/2 Page 1 CHAPTER 17 MAXILLARY SINUS Four pairs of paranasal sinuses surround the nasal cavities and are named from the bones in which they are located: maxillary, frontal, sphenoid, and ethmoid sinuses.

Maxillary Sinusitis of Dental Origin. A Case Report and ...

5 INTRODUCTION The maxillary sinus is an inflammatory and/or infectious process originating by bacterial, fungal, or viral infection developed in the maxillary sinus.

Mucous Retention Cyst of Maxillary Sinuses

Vol. 57/No. 2Summer 2008 15 14 Journal ofthe Massachusetts Dental Society Diseases of maxillary sinuses, like mucosal thickenings and mucous retention cysts, are fairly common occurrences. 2,3 Part of or the entire maxillary sinus may be visualized on dental radiographs, and with mucous ...

Antrochoanal Polyps

Theantrochoanal polyp, usually a solitary benign growth, arises from the maxillary antrum of a nonatopi c patient. It grows by extension from the antrum through its ostium into th e middle meatus, then into the posterior choana and may extend int o the nasopharynx.

Organized Hematoma of the Maxillary Sinus: CT Findings

W370 AJR:188, April 2007 AJR 2007; 188:W370-W373 0361-803X/07/1884-W370 © American Roentgen Ray Society — 3/1/07 Lee et al. CT of Maxillary Sinus Hematoma Head and Neck Imaging•Clinical Observations Organized Hematoma of the Maxillary Sinus: CT Findings Ho Kyu Lee 1 Wendy ...

Lawrence Kotlow DDS

Lawrence Kotlow DDS. 340 Fuller Road. Albany, New York 12203. Practice limited to pediatric dentistry. WWW.KIDDSTEETH.COM. Why can’t my baby breastfeed: The effects of an abnormal maxillary frenum attachment

Pathologic conditions of the maxillary sinus

Editor: Allan G. Farman, BDS, PhD (odont.), DSc (odont.), Diplomate of the American Board of Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology, Professor of Radiology and Imaging Sciences, Department of Surgical and Hospital Dentistry, The University of Louisville School of Dentistry, Louisville, KY.

Traumatic Subluxation of the Globe into the Maxillary Sinus

Traumatic Subluxation of the Globe into the Maxillary Sinus RonW. Pelton, A. Melinda Rainey, and Andrew G. Lee Summary: We reportacaseof complete traumatic sublux-ationoftheglobe into the maxillary sinus as documented byCT.

Growth and remodeling of the human maxilla

Present knowledge of normal maxillary structure and growth is the re- sult of many diverse studies representing a variety of biologic areas and methods,

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