Table 1

The clinical information of conventional CEOT
Case Age (year)/sexa Duration (month) Locationb Symptom Oral examination Association with impact teeth Radiographic feature Resorption of teeth root Treatment and follow-upc
1 22/M 10 Max, R6 to tubera Swelling Swelling, no loose teeth Yes Unilobular, radiolucent and radiopaque No Enucleation, 7 year after surgery, NER
2 20/M 12 Mand, L6-8 Swelling Swelling, no loose teeth No Unilobular, radiolucent No Enucleation, 7 year after surgery, NER
3 39/M 2 Mand, L3-5 Swelling Swelling, loose teeth No Multilobular, radiolucent No, displace of 4,5 Enucleation, lost to follow-up
4 37/F 0 Mand, L6 to retramolar region No symptom Swelling, no loose teeth No Unilobular, radiolucent and radiopaque No Segmental resection, 4 year after surgery, NER
5 41/F 3 Mand, L4-6 Swelling Swelling, no loose teeth Yes Unilocular, radiolucent No Curretage, 2 year after surgery, NER
6 12/F 1 Mand, L4-R5 Swelling Swelling, no loose teeth Yes Unilocular, radiolucent and radiopaque No Currettage, no follow-up information

aM = male, F = female; bmax = maxilla, mand = mandible, R = right, L = left; cNER = no evidence for recurrence.

Chen et al.

Chen et al. Diagnostic Pathology 2014 9:37   doi:10.1186/1746-1596-9-37

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