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Idiopathic Mandibular Bone Cavity

Idiopathic Mandibular Bone Cavity Abstract The idiopathic mandibular bone cavity (IMBC) usually occurs as a discrete radiolucent lesion near the angle of the mandible below the inferior alveolar nerve canal. In most cases, it is discovered fortuitously during routine radiographic examination, and there are no other signs or symptoms. The cause of the condition has been a matter of speculation and case reports of this condition have been published under a variety of names—mandibular embryonic defect, latent bone cyst, static bone cyst, static bone cavity, and aberrant salivary gland defect. An IMBC was discovered during routine dental examination. The diagnosis was made with the aid of sialography. References 1. Stafne EC: Bone cavities situated near the angle of the mandible . J Am Dent Assoc 29:1969-1972, 1942. 2. Bergenholtz A, Persson G: Idiopathic bone cavities . Oral Surg 16:703-712, 1963.Crossref 3. Harvey W, Noble HW: Defects on the lingual surface of the mandible near the angle . Br J Oral Surg 6:75-83, 1968.Crossref 4. Boerger WG, Waite DE, Carroll GW: Idiopathic bone cavities of the mandible: A review of the literature and report of case . J Oral Surg 30:506-509, 1972. 5. Seward GR: Salivary gland inclusions in the mandible . Br Dent J 108:321-325, 1960. 6. Fordyce GL: The probable nature of so-called latent hemorrhagic cysts of the mandible . Br Dent J 101:40-42, 1956. 7. Killey HC, Kay LW: Benign Cystic Lesions of the Jaws: Their Diagnosis and Treatment . London, E & S Livingstone Ltd, 1966, pp 107-110. 8. Richard EL, Ziskind J: Aberrant salivary gland tissue in mandible . Oral Surg 10:1086-1090, 1957.Crossref 9. Stoll HC, Marchetta FC: Tumors of salivary gland origin presenting as primary jaw tumors . Oral Surg 10:1262-1267, 1957.Crossref 10. Camilleri G: Salivary gland inclusion in the mandible . Br Dent J 114:515-516, 1963. 11. Palladino V, Rose S, Curran T: Salivary gland tissue in the mandible and Stafne's mandibular 'cysts.' J Am Dent Assoc 70:388-393, 1965. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Otolaryngology American Medical Association

Idiopathic Mandibular Bone Cavity

Archives of Otolaryngology , Volume 99 (4) – Apr 1, 1974

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1974 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
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0003-9977
DOI
10.1001/archotol.1974.00780030274007
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Abstract

Abstract The idiopathic mandibular bone cavity (IMBC) usually occurs as a discrete radiolucent lesion near the angle of the mandible below the inferior alveolar nerve canal. In most cases, it is discovered fortuitously during routine radiographic examination, and there are no other signs or symptoms. The cause of the condition has been a matter of speculation and case reports of this condition have been published under a variety of names—mandibular embryonic defect, latent bone cyst, static bone cyst, static bone cavity, and aberrant salivary gland defect. An IMBC was discovered during routine dental examination. The diagnosis was made with the aid of sialography. References 1. Stafne EC: Bone cavities situated near the angle of the mandible . J Am Dent Assoc 29:1969-1972, 1942. 2. Bergenholtz A, Persson G: Idiopathic bone cavities . Oral Surg 16:703-712, 1963.Crossref 3. Harvey W, Noble HW: Defects on the lingual surface of the mandible near the angle . Br J Oral Surg 6:75-83, 1968.Crossref 4. Boerger WG, Waite DE, Carroll GW: Idiopathic bone cavities of the mandible: A review of the literature and report of case . J Oral Surg 30:506-509, 1972. 5. Seward GR: Salivary gland inclusions in the mandible . Br Dent J 108:321-325, 1960. 6. Fordyce GL: The probable nature of so-called latent hemorrhagic cysts of the mandible . Br Dent J 101:40-42, 1956. 7. Killey HC, Kay LW: Benign Cystic Lesions of the Jaws: Their Diagnosis and Treatment . London, E & S Livingstone Ltd, 1966, pp 107-110. 8. Richard EL, Ziskind J: Aberrant salivary gland tissue in mandible . Oral Surg 10:1086-1090, 1957.Crossref 9. Stoll HC, Marchetta FC: Tumors of salivary gland origin presenting as primary jaw tumors . Oral Surg 10:1262-1267, 1957.Crossref 10. Camilleri G: Salivary gland inclusion in the mandible . Br Dent J 114:515-516, 1963. 11. Palladino V, Rose S, Curran T: Salivary gland tissue in the mandible and Stafne's mandibular 'cysts.' J Am Dent Assoc 70:388-393, 1965.

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Archives of OtolaryngologyAmerican Medical Association

Published: Apr 1, 1974

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