3 Path- Cysts

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simple form of cystic teratoma, develops from remnants of embryonic skin, capsule contains skin appendangesDermoid cyst
cyst that develops from hair follicles, capsule has no skin appendanges, lesions usually develop in hairy skinEpidermoid (Follicular) cyst
intraosseous cyst in the anterior midline of maxillaNasopalatine duct cyst (Incisive CANAL cyst)- develops from epithelial remnants of the nasopalatine duct
extraosseous cyst in the anterior midline of maxilla, not evident radiographicallyIncisive Papilla cyst
intraosseous cyst that develops in the posterior midline of maxillaMedian Palatine cyst develops from epithelial remnants of the palatal processes
extraosseous cyst in the anterior maxillary mucobuccal fold beneath ala of noseNasolabial cyst (Klestadt Cyst)
A cyst lined by keratinized stratified squmaous epithelium w/ the capsule containing lymphoid follicles & mature lymphocytesLymphoepithelial Cyst
cyst located in the lateral aspect of the neck, anterior to sternomastoid muscleCervical Lymphoepithelial Cyst (Branchial cleft cyst), Differential dx- HIV-associated intraparotid cystic lymphoid hyperplasia
an implantation cyst derived from sinus lining epithelium (ciliated pseudostratified columnar epithelium), occurs with traumatic implantation or inatrogenically from LeFort or Caldwell-Luc proceduresSurgical ciliated cyst of the maxilla
Differential diagnosis for Globulomaxillary cystInflammatory radicular cyst, Developmental odontogenic cyst (keratocyst, lateral periodontal cyst)- biopsy and pulp testing are needed for diagnosis