Romanian Journal of Anatomy
These often lead papilloma cystic lesion deformities in the jaw area. Cases are specific by framing pathological rarity, etiology, pathogenesis and clinical symptoms.
Considering the large entity of cystic formations that can be found in the maxilla region, we selected two patients with cystic formations of the upper jaw, which were papilloma cystic lesion of different pathological etiology categories, with special rarity occurring, evolutionary appearance and difficult to classify papilloma cystic lesion terms of pathognomonic signs.
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